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    Sardines are good, but smoked Herring taste better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Healthy realist View Post
    Thanks for the replies! Does anyone recommend expensive sardines? I saw ones at the seafood counter at Whole Foods for about $8 pack, but they're only about $3 a can.
    These - Products: Bela Sardines
    The cayenne ones are now a staple in our house. If I by them by the case from my co-op they're like $2.60 a can. The oil is good on salad.
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    IMO, the best sardines are from Wild Planet. When I eat them it's usually for a quick breakfast. Normally, I just eat them straight out of the can while eating some sort of berry. Lately it's been cherries.

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    I like fresh sardines in marinara.

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    Ah! Relief! So, when I said that I eat Wild Ocean, I actually meant Wild Planet - and on their website they say they're packed in a BPA-free can. So it looks like I'll keep eating a can of those every day.

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    It's hard to beat Wild Planet sardines, they just taste great.... and the BPA free can is nice for those of us that eat them daily.

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    I am not squeamish in general, and i want to like sardines, but I always find after I eat about half a can I am not full but I get a weird, queasy feeling. Anyone else get this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by icz View Post
    I am not squeamish in general, and i want to like sardines, but I always find after I eat about half a can I am not full but I get a weird, queasy feeling. Anyone else get this?
    I get that sometimes but if I put some spicy mustard or Frank's Hot sauce on them they go down easy.

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    Got some good info here! So to sum it up sardines are a good choice, just be sure can is bpa free and not in soy bean oil. And if I can afford it on occasion get the fresh ones Thanks! Having a quick go to food makes life so much easier!

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    Where do you buy those bela sardines? Just looked them up. Sound good!

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