Hey all. I've been trying to get more protein lately, and though I've been getting a lot of it from canned tuna I'm starting to get bored and am looking for other sources of protein in easy ways, i.e. cans. Lately I've been considering sardines and I've come to the realization that they actually have about the same if not more protein than tuna. They also pack on a lot more iron than tuna, and seem to be richer in vitamins and amino-acids. I've been comparing the two in nutrition websites and I've come to the conclusion that sardines are just as good if not better than tuna for quick protein, which brings me to the following question:
Why do people choose tuna over sardines?
I'm thinking it could be the taste, but since protein shakes taste like sweat running off the devil's asscrack and we all drink them anyway, I disregarded that possibility... But it's still there. Is that it? Or is there another underlying reason I haven't considered?
Thanks in advance.
Thread: Sardines Vs. Tuna