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Does anyone eat sardines on a regular basis?

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created April 13, 2011 at 5:49 PM

Sardines seem like the perfect Paleo food, but I don't hear much about them. Do you eat sardine? What brands?

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(10611)

on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

Big problem for me is getting the oil on my fingers, then all over keyboard, screen, any papers lying around, clothes...pretty soon everything in the carrel smells like sardines.

De1095b2ba29c1035f00428cbfe3cc7c

(777)

on February 28, 2013
at 04:01 PM

You serious? I know this is a paleo forum but theres this thing called a fork :)

782d92f4127823bdfb2ddfcbcf961d0e

(5231)

on December 21, 2012
at 07:46 PM

I eat Wild Planet sardines...water packed, in EVOO, and in EVOO with lemon.

194d8e8140425057fe06202e1e5822a7

(3979)

on August 05, 2012
at 11:45 PM

But that's the best part of the fish!

94480caec9fbbaacc386d86a45efa720

(1007)

on August 05, 2012
at 06:46 PM

Crown Prince has a variety of seafood in BPA free tins: http://www.crownprince.com/bpa-free-cans.htm

1edb06ded9ccf098a4517ca4a7a34ebc

(14952)

on July 07, 2012
at 02:15 PM

^ The quality of the olive oil would be included in the price. So if it is bad (good) olive oil, you will be purchasing cheaper (more expensive) sardines.

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(10611)

on July 07, 2012
at 01:37 PM

King Oscar 2 layer for me. I was raised on Tiny Tots.

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(10611)

on July 07, 2012
at 01:35 PM

Tuna works just as well and costs less. My desk smells like the cat food carrel.

Bf57bcbdc19d4f1728599053acd020ab

(5043)

on July 07, 2012
at 10:45 AM

I can't find canned wild salmon where I live, so sardines are a good alternative.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on April 13, 2012
at 10:23 PM

Well my verdict is they were quite tasty but a little strong tasting for me probably because I have not eaten sardines in well over 5 years. No belly ache.

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on April 13, 2012
at 12:45 PM

I eat a few cans a week, mostly on Fridays. I don't get anything fancy, whatever's cheapest, so I stay away from the ones in oil, since it's soybean. I don't care for the combination of fish and tomatoes, so I stick to the ones packed in water or mustard sauce. They're handy, tasty, and nutritious -- hard to beat that.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 12:16 PM

Just ate them now. Over a euro per can. Seems expensive for 5 little sardines.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 09:21 AM

+1 for "Even though my co-workers don't always appreciate the odor!"

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on January 04, 2012
at 01:58 AM

Sorry. That looks nasty. We need a balance of opinion here. :)

4164a77c7ccf4839ec7f1e665d27cc6d

(1085)

on January 04, 2012
at 01:29 AM

Ohhhhh man. I know this all too well; my office shares a vent with a co-worker across the hall...unfortunately for her ;)

0382fa263de4c83328dc34a56e25437f

(4238)

on October 31, 2011
at 07:12 PM

Coming late to this conversation, I know, but +1 anyway -- this is absolutely the best recipe I've found on Paleohacks. So satisfying!

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 15, 2011
at 12:17 AM

once you take it out of the oven, the eggs still keep cooking, so it's plenty hot. so you can add butter then. also tabasco sauce :)

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 15, 2011
at 12:11 AM

at the end. so it melts beautifully on top

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:59 PM

Ha, I did that too. Terrible!

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:59 PM

A market nearby sells them 'fresh'... I've passed them over a number of times, but I figure they've got to be better than the canned version I have no troubles slurping down.

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:58 PM

I keep a bottle of Tabasco at my desk to kick up some spice in my sardines (and/or tuna).

7b494127ac67e85e572c5222aaee9b4d

(668)

on April 14, 2011
at 01:27 PM

When/where do you add the butteR?¿

3c49f67b3c8c0b580e89fdba0b95a8e8

(211)

on April 14, 2011
at 12:25 PM

Yep, definitely the best way! But I skip the head, guts and spines:)

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 14, 2011
at 06:02 AM

i put em in whole. no need to chop em up, i like breaking into them with my fork. oh and don't forget the last step= LOAD ON THE KERRYGOLD, PEOPLE

A68f24168bc0de414a038037e287b581

(4896)

on April 13, 2011
at 10:09 PM

I will definitely try it!

A6b2325aefabe3e40c89646e40223f6f

on April 13, 2011
at 09:28 PM

Looks great, I will definitely try this... thanks for sharing! Do you chop up the sardines or keep them whole? They look kind of chopped up in the pics...

7b494127ac67e85e572c5222aaee9b4d

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on April 13, 2011
at 09:08 PM

Here in Catalunya, "Sardinades" or Sardine BBQs are a summertime tradition. I can't wait. I can easily down a dozen. The heads are actually the tastiest part, and the first bite- always.

A0b8c4cc369f93ee987ce15b1bf323fe

on April 13, 2011
at 08:56 PM

that's hardcore! +1

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(5639)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:49 PM

That sounds amazing! Gotta try it.

535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:22 PM

Yes, I would pass on the soybean and canola oil.

535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:20 PM

Wow! That looks good!

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on April 13, 2011
at 06:44 PM

I tend to eat canned wild salmon in this situation, but thanks for reminding me that there's another option!

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(15976)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:40 PM

i try and do one packet of the wild planets per week. ones packed in extra virgin olive oil.

Da681d976130df15aac3984013aaad6d

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on April 13, 2011
at 06:17 PM

glass and paper, yes. I bought organic kale the other day and it smelled and tasted like plastic, surely because it had been in some sort of plastic and left in the sun or heat, totally permeated it. Gross!

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(5136)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:11 PM

yeah, wouldn't it be nice if everything were still packaged in glass?

535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

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on April 13, 2011
at 06:08 PM

I have seen them packaged in mustard and hot sauce. It sounds good to me.

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(12379)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:01 PM

Me too - they are great snacks! Even though my co-workers don't always appreciate the odor!

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Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 13, 2011
at 06:17 PM

yup. I do Fisherman's Eggs regularly, makes for a great brunch. Trader Joes has some nice ones tinned in olive oil. watch out for the other varieties in soybean oil or canola. they're marked on the package.

i love the combo of fat and salt in sardines.. they are a nice slow-burning fatty fish, and the umami is out of this worlddoes-anyone-eat-sardines-on-a-regular-basis?

you can try this recipe for Fisherman's eggs. Easy and very tasty. Try them for breakfast, or pair with a leafy salad for a quick supper. Serves 4. Adapted from The Silver Spoon.

Heat the oven to 500??F and preheat an ovenproof serving dish for five minutes. Place a can of sardines, a small sliced shallot, a few sprigs of chopped parsley, and two cloves of finely chopped garlic in the warm dish. Add some black pepper and put the dish back in the oven for six minutes. Remove the dish from the oven, break four eggs into a bowl, and pour them gently on top of the sardine mixture. Season with salt and pepper and put the dish back in the oven for seven minutes, until the egg whites are cooked but still jiggly. Remove the dish and let it sit for five minutes (the eggs keep on cooking even out of the oven). Serve with hot sauce.

these complete my Sunday mornings :)

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(5639)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:49 PM

That sounds amazing! Gotta try it.

A68f24168bc0de414a038037e287b581

(4896)

on April 13, 2011
at 10:09 PM

I will definitely try it!

535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:22 PM

Yes, I would pass on the soybean and canola oil.

535633b57c4a4940d1e913e7a12ee791

(1013)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:20 PM

Wow! That looks good!

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 15, 2011
at 12:11 AM

at the end. so it melts beautifully on top

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 14, 2011
at 06:02 AM

i put em in whole. no need to chop em up, i like breaking into them with my fork. oh and don't forget the last step= LOAD ON THE KERRYGOLD, PEOPLE

A6b2325aefabe3e40c89646e40223f6f

on April 13, 2011
at 09:28 PM

Looks great, I will definitely try this... thanks for sharing! Do you chop up the sardines or keep them whole? They look kind of chopped up in the pics...

7b494127ac67e85e572c5222aaee9b4d

(668)

on April 14, 2011
at 01:27 PM

When/where do you add the butteR?¿

Bf72f771a19f3a3789f7fdf24c86daef

on April 15, 2011
at 12:17 AM

once you take it out of the oven, the eggs still keep cooking, so it's plenty hot. so you can add butter then. also tabasco sauce :)

0382fa263de4c83328dc34a56e25437f

(4238)

on October 31, 2011
at 07:12 PM

Coming late to this conversation, I know, but +1 anyway -- this is absolutely the best recipe I've found on Paleohacks. So satisfying!

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on January 04, 2012
at 01:58 AM

Sorry. That looks nasty. We need a balance of opinion here. :)

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7b494127ac67e85e572c5222aaee9b4d

(668)

on April 13, 2011
at 08:47 PM

Fresh sardines.

Grilled until the skin is crispy and then drizzled with high-quality olive oil mixed with fresh garlic and chopped parsley.

True Mediterranean delight.

Eat them whole. Heads, guts, spines and all.

Thank me later.

A0b8c4cc369f93ee987ce15b1bf323fe

on April 13, 2011
at 08:56 PM

that's hardcore! +1

7b494127ac67e85e572c5222aaee9b4d

(668)

on April 13, 2011
at 09:08 PM

Here in Catalunya, "Sardinades" or Sardine BBQs are a summertime tradition. I can't wait. I can easily down a dozen. The heads are actually the tastiest part, and the first bite- always.

3c49f67b3c8c0b580e89fdba0b95a8e8

(211)

on April 14, 2011
at 12:25 PM

Yep, definitely the best way! But I skip the head, guts and spines:)

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:59 PM

A market nearby sells them 'fresh'... I've passed them over a number of times, but I figure they've got to be better than the canned version I have no troubles slurping down.

5
29518a2572c5fe3a851170a9b1c315f3

on January 03, 2012
at 09:13 PM

I eat a can of sardines every other day. love them! Just eat them straight out of the can with a carrot at the side. Since I don`t drink milk their a good source of calcium. The brand I go for is King Oscar, a norwegian brand. Sardines in extra virgin olive oil. Expensive, but totally worth it.

I once had some sardines from the lunch-buffet at my work. My co-workers gave my plate a really strange look and asked if I had found a dead snake or something and put it on my plate.. lol..I wonder what they would have said if they knew I ate offals on a regulary basis as well... :P

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(10611)

on July 07, 2012
at 01:37 PM

King Oscar 2 layer for me. I was raised on Tiny Tots.

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7c9f81d68c78de1a31eab9c91c17b4b8

on January 03, 2012
at 09:27 PM

Quiz...

How do you get your co-workers to stay away from your office and leave you alone?

Answer...

Eat sardines out of the can. They hate the smell and I love the solitude!!!

It's become a joke but it's still effective for getting my work done.

4164a77c7ccf4839ec7f1e665d27cc6d

(1085)

on January 04, 2012
at 01:29 AM

Ohhhhh man. I know this all too well; my office shares a vent with a co-worker across the hall...unfortunately for her ;)

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(10611)

on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

Big problem for me is getting the oil on my fingers, then all over keyboard, screen, any papers lying around, clothes...pretty soon everything in the carrel smells like sardines.

De1095b2ba29c1035f00428cbfe3cc7c

(777)

on February 28, 2013
at 04:01 PM

You serious? I know this is a paleo forum but theres this thing called a fork :)

4
5edbf85deaf83e13b176df023abb154d

on April 13, 2011
at 09:49 PM

I like sardines, but when I started following this lifestyle I accidentally grabbed anchovies at the store. I didn't notice when I got home and didn't even notice until I put a big bite in my mouth. SALT ATTACK

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:59 PM

Ha, I did that too. Terrible!

194d8e8140425057fe06202e1e5822a7

(3979)

on August 05, 2012
at 11:45 PM

But that's the best part of the fish!

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A78b6ea3f3af17ec514d019a1f9cce25

(145)

on April 13, 2011
at 05:57 PM

I love sardines. Beach Cliff sardines in water are my go to meals.

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E7a462d6e99fec7e8f0ddda11b34a770

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on April 14, 2011
at 05:53 PM

I can get stuff from the salad bar in the cafeteria at work and put my sardines over it, then use the olive oil from the can for the dressing which avoids the canola/soybean oil in all the dressings they have there - win/win.

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Da681d976130df15aac3984013aaad6d

on April 13, 2011
at 06:00 PM

I love them too, but there is only one brand (wild planet) I know of that has BPA free tins and they're expensive so I rarely buy them.

667f6c030b0245d71d8ef50c72b097dc

(15976)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:40 PM

i try and do one packet of the wild planets per week. ones packed in extra virgin olive oil.

Da681d976130df15aac3984013aaad6d

(720)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:17 PM

glass and paper, yes. I bought organic kale the other day and it smelled and tasted like plastic, surely because it had been in some sort of plastic and left in the sun or heat, totally permeated it. Gross!

Medium avatar

(5136)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:11 PM

yeah, wouldn't it be nice if everything were still packaged in glass?

94480caec9fbbaacc386d86a45efa720

(1007)

on August 05, 2012
at 06:46 PM

Crown Prince has a variety of seafood in BPA free tins: http://www.crownprince.com/bpa-free-cans.htm

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Ef9f83cb4e1826261a44c173f733789e

on April 13, 2011
at 05:58 PM

I eat a few cans of Brunswick sardines in olive oil per week. They make for a convenient snack.

http://www.brunswick.ca/brunswick/usaenglish/product_specific.asp?flavourid=250

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(12379)

on April 13, 2011
at 06:01 PM

Me too - they are great snacks! Even though my co-workers don't always appreciate the odor!

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 09:21 AM

+1 for "Even though my co-workers don't always appreciate the odor!"

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(10611)

on July 07, 2012
at 01:35 PM

Tuna works just as well and costs less. My desk smells like the cat food carrel.

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Cbda678b2a6bf0537d8c4ea0ce8aa9ad

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on July 07, 2012
at 10:47 AM

Yes, a couple of times a week. Only packed in Olive Oil. However this caveat: I empty out, and do not consume, the olive oil in the tin before dumping the contents of the aforementioned tin onto a plate or into a salad. I obviously can't get all of it, but I make sure not to consume it all.

Reason: I live in Spain, I only consume organic extra virgen Olive Oil. I know that there are many cheaper olive oils around... as well as scams to mix olive oil with vegetable oil... They surface every so often.

But anyway, think about it, you are a manufacturer of canned sardines. Are you going to buy the most expensive, highest quality Olive Oil on the market to put into your cans? Didn't think so. The cheapest? I would. It still gets me the label that says: "SARDINES IN OLIVE OIL".

1edb06ded9ccf098a4517ca4a7a34ebc

(14952)

on July 07, 2012
at 02:15 PM

^ The quality of the olive oil would be included in the price. So if it is bad (good) olive oil, you will be purchasing cheaper (more expensive) sardines.

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0541ec908609b1bbadecd966128d1008

on April 14, 2011
at 09:07 AM

Yes, I eat Sardines several times a week. Don't really count, some weeks may go without any. Also eat, mackerel, salmon, herring, & tuna. As a whole I usually choose wild & packed in water when I can when eating any of these. Back to sardines, packed in water, smoked, in mustard, & occasionally in olive oil or tomato sauce. I love the idea of mushing them with boiled eggs mentioned earlier in the thread. Visited an Asian market recently and found Sardines a bit cheaper there. They also had a wonder variety of sea food, which I'll have to explore.

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A68f24168bc0de414a038037e287b581

on April 13, 2011
at 10:12 PM

I like to either eat them alone (Snack) or mush them with boiled eggs, or other canned fish and spices to bake into nice fish burgers.

I love especially the smoked kinds, the regular from can can be a bit blah.

I used to also eat pasta with a tomato sauce made with fried mushed smoked sardines... I have to do something like that again! (of course without the pasta)

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84666a86108dee8d11cbbc85b6382083

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on April 13, 2011
at 09:03 PM

Butter, garlic, parsley, yum !

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Af1d286f0fd5c3949f59b4edf4d892f5

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on April 13, 2011
at 07:27 PM

I eat the Wild Planet brand at least once per week. The lemon and EVOO one is very good, although I am kinda desiring a spicy version and WP doesn't make one. I may branch out, which I'm bummed about bcuz WP does a LOT of things right. At $2.99 per can, I think the "premium" over the other brands pricing is well worth it. It's such an inexpensive lunch or addition to salad. And you can buy in bulk online for less than that anyway.

  • High O3

  • Potassium

  • Magnesium

  • CoQ10

  • Protein

  • Low mercury

  • Selenium

See my other post here about it for some really good reference:

http://paleohacks.com/questions/19937/salmon-canned-wild-or-farmed/23630#23630

07ca188c8dac3a17f629dd87198d2098

(7970)

on April 14, 2011
at 06:58 PM

I keep a bottle of Tabasco at my desk to kick up some spice in my sardines (and/or tuna).

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(5136)

on April 13, 2011
at 05:58 PM

by far the best brand I have found is Matiz sardines - large fleshy sardines not mush in a can. MMM, sardines, I think I will go have some right now. I also love to buy fresh sardines when available and grill them whole on my charcoal grill with salt and lemon. Delightful!

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(10611)

on July 07, 2012
at 01:43 PM

Little King Oscars out of the can with hot sauce or giardiniera relish once a week. Spendy little buggers but good.

Now where's the pickled herring thread?

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68294383ced9a0eafc16133aa80d1905

(5795)

on July 07, 2012
at 02:10 AM

Love me some sardines with eggs. Awesome, awesome!

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 09:43 AM

Well this thread has inspired me, so I asked Missus D to get me a can of sardines (or "tin of sardines as us Brits say) while she is out today. I havn't eaten them in years. I stopped eating all canned fish quite a few years ago when I found out that the belly ache I kept getting every Sunday afternoon was from the lining of the can of salmon I ate every week. I could eat fresh salmon, no problem.
Fingers crossed that I don't get a belly ache later today.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 12:16 PM

Just ate them now. Over a euro per can. Seems expensive for 5 little sardines.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

(78467)

on April 13, 2012
at 10:23 PM

Well my verdict is they were quite tasty but a little strong tasting for me probably because I have not eaten sardines in well over 5 years. No belly ache.

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4164a77c7ccf4839ec7f1e665d27cc6d

(1085)

on January 04, 2012
at 12:47 AM

I eat Wild Planet Sardines (in water) as my pre-workout meal three times per week. I mix 2 cans of sardines with Kimchi I buy from the market and enjoy.

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Bfa1c9eacfc94a1b62f3a39b574480c6

(3700)

on January 04, 2012
at 12:44 AM

Delicious posts. I do sardines from the can (usually) in water some of the time. Variety is key!

Take em' out of the can, pour sardines and their juices into a small glass tupperware. Add dash of salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, and maybe some thyme (or whatever combination of spices you want), add some coconut oil or olive oil, warm it up by sitting it on top of a toaster oven, or just stick it in the oven...and devour.

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A3ff262a2686d79789e09a26013901b3

on January 03, 2012
at 09:48 PM

I prefer Herring fillets by Brunswick: http://www.brunswick.ca/brunswick/usaenglish/product_mainpage.asp. I eat a can 4-5 times a week.

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85ae4ff705fa1c5d5fd77272dd05fd32

on April 13, 2011
at 08:13 PM

I buy from the local bulk store packed in EVOO. Love 'em with hard boiled eggs.

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on April 13, 2011
at 07:50 PM

Definitely! I eat at least 2 cans a week. Usually on my fast/gym days I'll wake up, drink tea and water all day, then about 30 minutes before I work out, I eat a tin of either Wild Planet or King Oscar in EVO...straight from the tin with a fork, but usually with my fingers. Haha my girlfriend hates it! I always try to kiss her afterwards, and she shoo's me away.

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64433a05384cd9717c1aa6bf7e98b661

(15236)

on April 13, 2011
at 07:17 PM

I eat sardines or mackerel at least 3x/week. Vital choice also uses BPA free tins. Matiz Gallego are good too. Buy them in olive oil with the bones and skin still there.

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3c5e5f8c8b3bd817936426792898b4b8

on July 14, 2013
at 11:10 PM

I love sardines, have for a long time. My grandmother used to mash them up and mix with mayo and eat with crackers. That never quite appealed to me though! But years ago before going Paleo, a Jamaican girlfriend of mine turned me onto what she called “poor man’s breakfast” or Sardine Fritters and luckily this recipe fit into my new lifestyle quite well. One can of sardines, one egg, some red onion and a dollop of Matouck’s Hot Sauce (unfortunately this hot sauce has modified corn starch in it), but I think any good fruit, scotch bonnet pepper sauce will do… Mix all the ingredients together, melt some grass fed butter in a pan and fry into 4 medallions, serve with sliced tomatoes. It really is the yummiest way to get sardines into your diet!!

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782d92f4127823bdfb2ddfcbcf961d0e

on December 21, 2012
at 07:46 PM

I usually eat sardines at least a couple times per week. Not long ago I was visiting my brother and his family in Minneapolis. Very cold there and my hands were getting dry and cracked. Fortunately, I brought a few tins of sardines with me (because I thought I might have problems eating enough paleo foods while there) and started eating them. Within a couple of days my hands had healed significantly.

782d92f4127823bdfb2ddfcbcf961d0e

(5231)

on December 21, 2012
at 07:46 PM

I eat Wild Planet sardines...water packed, in EVOO, and in EVOO with lemon.

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C6f6473a45014ab78effdcf74726cb02

on December 21, 2012
at 07:05 PM

We do! Love Sardines! And this recipe for Fisherman's Eggs looks delicious!

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3a9d5dde5212ccd34b860bb6ed07bbef

on August 05, 2012
at 04:05 PM

I LOVE sardines and eat them at least a few times each week. The brand I buy varies often though- I'm not too picky. They are one of the best foods on the planet, I think. Full of omega-3s and very low mercury.

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936e5ac720655b3f92a6b4b68647cb7f

on April 13, 2012
at 06:38 AM

Where does everyone buy their sardines? I live in orange county...so I get mine at trader joes but I'm tryin to find some kind of ethnic market to buy cheaper and/or different variety from.

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on January 03, 2012
at 09:29 PM

I get canned sardines occasionally as snack food or pre-dinner (something quick to break the fast while cooking real dinner). Season brand is the best canned sardine I've tried, but looking around the Web, there are several competitors for the consensus top spot.

In my experience, it's always best to get plain oil-packed sardines and add flavor (mustard, hot sauce, or whatever) only if you feel like it.

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on January 03, 2012
at 05:24 PM

I love sardines. I eat atleast two cans per week.

http://mouth-full-of-sardines.blogspot.com/

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