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Unread 05-18-2006, 11:49 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by BBQchef33
Also, fairly recently, i had a dented can of chicken broth. Small dent on the side, no crease, did not look like much. The can was dated for 2008. When opened the broth smelled a little "off".. i dumped it and checked inside the can and where the dent was was the can liner was compromised and there was a visable reaction taking place at the site of the break. Even though no crease was present, there was still something going on. NO more dented cans for me.
Thanks, Phil - that's exactly why I shy away from dented cans!
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