Potted meat, or Longneck Lukowski's canned meat, is made by Theodore Collins. At first he planned on using meat bought from traders, but when the first trader delivered too early, the meat that was delivered became spoiled. Theodore came up with the idea to mix it with mole rat meat and did. He had a high demand for the product and traders were not able to quickly deliver him new meat. So, Theodore started using more and more mole rat meat until he couldn't keep up with the demand. He decided to use the meat of other wasteland creatures, including mongrels, radroaches, radstag, yao guai, brahmin, bloodbugs and eventually feral ghouls, including a glowing one.[Non-game 1]
Eating irradiated meat eventually caused sickness, and Collins tried to hide it from his customers. For example, a wastelander can be encountered in a random encounter that says to tell Longneck Lukowski he hopes he "dies in a goddamn fire" and Collins says it may have "been a bad batch."
A small can made of tin. The can is stuffed with meat from many different wasteland creatures.
It can be purchased from Theodore Collins in Longneck Lukowski's Cannery. 46 cans can also be found throughout the location, but are marked as stealing.
↑All different meats can be found in the meat freezer and on the conveyor belt of Longneck Lukowski's Cannery. Feral ghouls can be found cut up on a table, near the chained door.
↑Fallout 2d20 Rulebook p.156: "A small metal tin of mixed processed meat, typically containing mixtures of meat from brahmin, radstags, mole rats, mongrel dogs, and anything else the maker can get their hands on (some of which may not be fit for human consumption)."