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Fallout 3Pork n' Beans
Fallout: New VegasPork n' Beans
Irr. Pork n' Beans
Fallout 4Pork n' Beans
Fallout 76Pork n' Beans
 
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Pork n' Beans are canned food items in Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4 and Fallout 76.

BackgroundEdit

The "Greasy Prospector" Improved Pork And Beans is a nutritious meal, composed of beans stewed in a tomato sauce with chunks of pork belly cured and cooked in hickory smoke (i.e. bacon) forming an integral part of the dish. The tin has a distinctive brown color with a red label wrapped around it. Like most pre-War foods, it was prepared to remain edible for hundreds of years.

VariantsEdit

Greasy Prospector Pork n' BeansEdit

FO3 Pork n' Beans
Gameplay articles: Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas

Pork n' Beans come in a small brown and orange tin, with a label which reads "Greasy Prospector Improved Pork And Beans," healing a number of Hit Points and irradiating the player character.

Irradiated Pork N' BeansEdit

FO3 Pork n' Beans
Gameplay article: Fallout: New Vegas

A tin of Pork n' Beans that has absorbed a heavy dose of radiation.

Pork n' BeansEdit

Fallout4 Pork n' Beans
Gameplay articles: Fallout 4, Fallout 76

These Pork n' Beans come in a small corroded can with a stay-on-tab. The paper label glued to the can is now dirty and torn, exclaiming nothing more than "Pork N Beans" over a bowl of the product and a fork. It heals a number of Hit Points while irradiating the player character.

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