Definition of luncheon meat in English:

luncheon meat

Line breaks: lunch|eon meat

noun

[mass noun]
Finely minced cooked pork mixed with cereal, sold in a tin and typically eaten cold in slices.
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  • Fresh meat is lower in sodium than luncheon meat, bacon, hot dogs, sausage and ham.
  • Other useful baits are pastes such as minced luncheon meat stiffened with crumb, this can then be flavoured if desired.
  • For most of his life he ate mainly raw meat, and would often carry luncheon meat and sausages in his pocket, pulling them out whenever he was hungry.

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