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    sardines

    thought id try them out, high in omega-3's and protein, mixed a can of them with some brown rice, tastes pretty good, didnt realize they come pretty much guts and spine included until i started eating, so i had to pick through it lol

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    you eat the whole fish, bones included, at least i do
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    haha really, i guess i can try that next time lol
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    Originally Posted by beerbaron105 View Post
    thought id try them out, high in omega-3's and protein, mixed a can of them with some brown rice, tastes pretty good, didnt realize they come pretty much guts and spine included until i started eating, so i had to pick through it lol

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    Yeh, they are pretty good, definetly one of my favourite kinds of fish on a bulk due to their convenience along with salmon that is.
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    Haha yeah I found them pretty good, I too was surprised to find the bones included the first time I tried them out. It is a nice break from tuna and salmon though.
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    If you want some more variety in your canned fish, try smoked herring. Crown Prince kipper snacks have really grown on me.
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    I eat a can of greenseas boneless sardine fillets in oil every day.

    If you dont like the guts and chewy muck, these are the way to go.
    I also loved smoked kippers, and aldi have some great sardines in tomato sauce. Only 60c per can or something.
    Marinated herring in the jar is also damn good!
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    Originally Posted by Aindreas View Post
    If you want some more variety in your canned fish, try smoked herring. Crown Prince kipper snacks have really grown on me.
    You can also get them in other flavors like tomato & basil, hotsauce, mustard, lemon and cracked pepper etc. My favorite is tomato & basil.
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    Originally Posted by leblanc View Post
    You can also get them in other flavors like tomato & basil, hotsauce, mustard, lemon and cracked pepper etc. My favorite is tomato & basil.
    I can't remember what brand it was, but I got some sardines in lemon infused olive oil which sounds like it would be really good, but somehow the combination of fishiness and lemon in the olive oil was gaggable, I dunno...
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    Sardines are underrated IMO, great source of protein, calcium and omega 3's. If you can stand the bones, eat them too, they contain the calcium. The only downside as far as I can see is the smell of it, its reserved for eating in private.
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    Originally Posted by Aindreas View Post
    If you want some more variety in your canned fish, try smoked herring. Crown Prince kipper snacks have really grown on me.
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    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Sardines are awesome. I eat 4 cans a day.
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    grilled/broiled sardines are yum! even the ones packed in water go all crispy eat them whole or mush them up with mustard and avocado and eat in a light wrap with salad....
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    Originally Posted by beerbaron105 View Post
    thought id try them out, high in omega-3's and protein, mixed a can of them with some brown rice, tastes pretty good, didnt realize they come pretty much guts and spine included until i started eating, so i had to pick through it lol

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    My God! stop being a girl and eat everything !! they put everything edible in that tin to be eaten!
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    I eat brunswick sardines in mustard and dill sauce. They claim 1.5g o-3/serving.

    I eat the whole thing.
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    yea i eat brunswick in tomato <- tastes good when u mixx in some egg whites and veg lol
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    i actually chaged all my tuna meals into sardine, cant stand tuna anymore.i tried getting back into it a few weeks ago, couldn't finish the can.
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    Try Brisling Sardines as well. 3 times more omega 3 fatty acids, and great on salads.
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    Originally Posted by Shylock View Post
    My God! stop being a girl and eat everything !! they put everything edible in that tin to be eaten!
    haha thanks, ill eat it all next time
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    Originally Posted by BigJonMud View Post
    I eat a can of greenseas boneless sardine fillets in oil every day.

    If you dont like the guts and chewy muck, these are the way to go.
    I also loved smoked kippers, and aldi have some great sardines in tomato sauce. Only 60c per can or something.
    Marinated herring in the jar is also damn good!
    i bought some kipper, its damn tasty, i like it more then the sardines!
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