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    Wild Sardines

    I'm completely addicted to the wild sardines from Costco. Every day I have to have a can with a bit of sriracha sauce.

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    I've found a brand at a discount store wild-caught by a Maine company. One type is smoked and the other cracked-pepper. Very tasty and w/o funky ingredients and no oil added. Lately I have been mixing with pickle relish, hard-boiled egg, mayo, lemon juice and eating it that way on slices of red pepper.

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    That sounds awesome too.

    As soon as I get home from work I immediately crack a can open and devour it. It's a sickness. I can't help it. I need counseling.

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    They're one of my post workout meals. Cant beat em for efficieny, and taste.
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    Yes, I love Bar Harbor brand canned fish, any of theirs are great. And King Oscar is wonderful, from Norway. Those are my favorite brands, both delicious.

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    King Oscar is good and not too expensive - and the cans are BPA free. Wild Planet is another favorite of mine and they have good fishing/environmental practices - but it's much pricier. I eat a can of fish pretty much everyday - alternate between sardines, wild salmon (trader Joe's brand usually) and the occasional can of tuna or mackerel.

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