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    LOVE IT!

    Last edited by Unshod Sarah; 10-03-2011, 08:39 AM.
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  • #2
    hear hear

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    • #3
      word
      Tuna fish is my friend <3
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      • #4
        Wild caught canned salmon. Best deal in the grocery store.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by buck1s View Post
          Wild caught canned salmon. Best deal in the grocery store.
          Yes to wild salmon! Also, sardines or mackerel canned in olive oil.

          Go easy on tuna due to their position on the food chain and build-up of toxins.

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          • #6
            Eel filet? Where did you buy that???? I love eel and have never seen it canned. MUST BUY!!

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            • #7
              I just saw they were in soybean oil. Bummer!

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              • #8
                We have a store out here called McGinnis Sisters that has all manner of cool things. Maybe there are canned eels in olive oil out there somewhere. The oysters have cottonseed oil. Is that a bad one?
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                • #9
                  I've just gotten on the canned wild salmon bandwagon. Feeling guilty though. How can there be that many "wild caught" salmon that they can can them etc? I don't want to overfish them. Also, been eating the Bumble Bee. Any better brands?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Unshod Sarah View Post
                    The oysters have cottonseed oil. Is that a bad one?
                    Yeah, it's one of the bad ones. Personally, I'd still eat them, just rinse them off and look for ones canned in water or a good oil in the future.

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                    • #11
                      @Sarah: Yeah, cottonseed oil is a bad one. Pretty much all seed oils are.

                      Alot of those are canned in soybean/cottonseed oil. I can't buy any of the smoked oysters nearby, and I also know the octopus has it as well because I wanted to pick some up yesterday.

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                      • #12
                        I'll still eat these and totally enjoy them, but will be on the lookout for olive oil and water.
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                        • #13
                          I'm a huge fan of smoked oysters and sardines... damn...forgot to buy some at Trader Joes this weekend.... on the list for next weekend... it makes for easy, quick, good lunches... just pop the top... drain (if you can) other wise just pick out your food and drop it on your BAS!!! add some avocado and eat...tasty!
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                          • #14
                            Four or five times a week I'll have Canned Salmon, Skinless Sardines in Olive Oil, Kippered Herring Fillets, and occasional Tuna. Until about two months ago I had never tried Sardines or Herring, and now I love them. Took a little courage to take the first bite, but after that, no problem. I only eat canned fish in water, or olive oil. I'm trying to source some skinless sardines in water now, since I like to save my olive oil consumption for salads.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by glorth2 View Post
                              I've just gotten on the canned wild salmon bandwagon. Feeling guilty though. How can there be that many "wild caught" salmon that they can can them etc? I don't want to overfish them. Also, been eating the Bumble Bee. Any better brands?
                              Yes, Crown Prince, Trader Joe's, A Nature's Sea, Wild Planet

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