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    Sardines??

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    Ok, I am buying into the whole small fish are better idea. But sorry for being a bit naive, but how do you eat these little devils ina can? Any suggestions? Favorite brands? Since crackers are out what do you eat these on or in?

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    I love sardines! I think the only thing to watch out for is to make sure they're packed in either water or olive oil, since some brands use the dreaded soybean oil.

    I like to eat mine straight out of the can with a fork, preferably dipped in mustard sauce (spicy brown mustard mixed with sour cream or mayo). Delicious!

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    When I eat them (and I go in spurts), I simply eat them out of the can. Boring? Maybe, but I don't need a cracker sub for steak; why do I need one for fish?
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    When I do sardines or kippers, I make super simple flax crackers. Here is the recipe...

    2 tbsp fresh ground flax
    2 tbsp water

    mix and let sit for a couple minutes, then spread out thin on parchment paper (I use the back of a fork), salt if desired, and microwave for 2.5 minutes, voila

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    I put them over greens or a big salad, with some balsamic vinegar and the olive oil from the can.

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    I put them in my omlet some mornings or mix it with a few hard boiled eggs..i usually buy them in water rather than oil..or just eat them right from the tin..with some black pepper..or spread it on celery..

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    I like to add it in my some of my dishes and sometimes would add a can in my curry chicken. Wheres the help guys? He asked for some brands.

    I buy the Brunswick Sardines in spring water, no salt. Here's a link, Brunswick sardines

    I get them at my local market.

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    Sardines and similar (I <3 smoked oysters) make fantastic travel snacks, particularly air travel when everything available really sucks.

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    Out of the can with fresh lime/lemon juice applied. Yum!

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    Thanks for asking this... I had the same question and will eat my first can tomorrow. I'll let you know how it goes. I like the suggestion of mustard and some sour cream.

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