Why We Eat: Spam Musubi

Sheldon Simeon from Tin Roof in Maui breaks down the history of Spam Musubi. This handheld snack of seasoned spam, sushi rice, and nori is a staple in Hawaii, where it was introduced during WWII. Sheldon prepares his own Spam Musubi while recounting the historical and social shifts that led to its popularity.

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