There are several different flavors of Spam products, including:
- Spam Classic – original flavor
- Spam Hot & Spicy – with Tabasco flavor
- Spam Jalapeño
- Spam Less Sodium – "25% less sodium"
- Spam Lite – "33% less calories and 50% less fat" – made from pork shoulder meat, ham, and mechanically separated chicken
- Spam Oven Roasted Turkey
- Spam Hickory Smoke flavor
- Spam Spread – "if you're a spreader, not a slicer ... just like Spam Classic, but in a spreadable form"
- Spam with Bacon
- Spam with Cheese
- Spam Garlic (see photos below)
In addition to the variety of flavors, Spam is sold in tins smaller than the twelve-ounce standard size. Spam Singles are also available, which are single sandwich-sized slices of Spam Classic or Lite, sealed in retort pouches.
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... Several varieties of grape are known to have originated in Hungary ... Hárslevelű Irsai Oliver Cserszegi Fűszeres Királyleányka Other varieties of grape that may have originated in Hungary include Furmint Juhfark Kéknyelű ...
... from forms of sloe, perhaps via the round-fruited varieties known as bullaces, and that the cherry plum did not play a role in its parentage ... damson" is sometimes used to refer to them in English, but many of the English varieties from which the name "damson" was originally taken have both a different typical flavour and pear-sh ... As time progressed, a distinction developed between the varieties known as "damascenes" and the (usually smaller) types called "damsons", to the degree that by 1891 they were the subject of a lawsuit ...
... General characteristics of family members include a compressed body, ridges and/or spines on the head, one or two spines on the operculum, and three to five spines on the preopercle ... The dorsal fin will have 11 to 17 spines, often long and separated from each other, and the pectoral fins will be well-developed, with 11 to 25 rays ...
... The clustered flowers of the acidic varieties are purplish tinted from outside, but the sweet ones are white-yellowish ... The acidic varieties include the Florentine and Diamante citron from Italy, the Greek citron and the Balady citron from Israel ... The sweet varieties include the Corsican and Moroccan citrons ...
... Over the following centuries, new grape varieties were brought in from Italy and France ... in 1699, the Germanic influence was felt with the introduction of grape varieties such as Blauer Portugieser ... of Blaufränkisch (Kékfrankos) and the Bordeaux varieties in red wine districts, and of Furmint, Muscat and Hárslevelű in Tokaj ...
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“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who activates all of them in everyone.”
—Bible: New Testament, 1 Corinthians 12:4-6.