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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo0731 View Post
    I can eat canned tuna in a pinch no problem, but for some reason I can't gain the courage to peel open a can of sardines.
    If you try the sardines/pilchards in tomato sauce, having drained off the sauce in a sieve the flavour has permeated the fish and is quite nice. Lovely in fact.

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    I mash them up with mustard and mayo and have them on salad.

    I felt a little cautious about them too, same as I did with the canned oysters--but now I actually kind of crave the oysters, despite their weird textures.

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    Most the time I eat them right outta the can with some sriracha. Once it a while I make sushi with them

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    Just eat 'em. Drain the juice and rinse if you want. Hot sauce if you want. Better than tuna.

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    Guess I'll be running to the store tomarrow to get some. Any particular brand for better quality?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo0731 View Post
    Guess I'll be running to the store tomarrow to get some. Any particular brand for better quality?
    If you have a Costco, their Wild Sardines in EVOO are absolutely delicious.

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