I always keep Kirkland canned salmon in the RV.
It’s always good to have non-perishable, shelf-stable food like Kirkland’s wild-caught Alaska salmon in your pantry. It’s a great source of protein that doesn’t need to be refrigerated, which is super convenient if you’re camping or if you live in a motor home with a tiny fridge.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve whipped up salmon salad in a pinch and served it with crackers. Just drain the canned salmon and combine it with mayonnaise, diced onion, diced jalapeno, salt, and lemon juice.
Six 6-ounce cans of salmon cost $16.49 at Costco and, not that it matters, but the packaging is adorable.