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  • Lily Marie
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    True. Most olive oil has been mixed with things like soybean oil and such. There's no way in hell that the sardine packing companies are spending the time or money searching out the purest forms of olive oil.

    It doesn't even TASTE like olive oil. Sorry kids, if you had it tested, I'm pretty sure it'd come back as mostly bad oils.

    *Cough* not that I still don't eat many cans a week *cough*

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  • breadsauce
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    Given that actual labelled EVOO is often adulterated, I am wary of how pure the olive oil is. So - when I buy sardines (which I do often) for each can of sardines in extra virgin olive oil, I buy one in tomato too. I don't know what else is put in the tomato - but I HOPE it is pure!!!! And I love them all.

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  • Spubba
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    Whoa, less fishy tasting than tuna? I bought a can of sardines last week, and it's sitting in the pantry. I want to open it and try them soon! I just haven't got around to it yet.

    However, the thought of eating a whole fish, skin bones and all, is appealing, if only because I like to eat funny looking things.

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  • PrimalSexyCat
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    I tried sardines for the first time 2 months ago and I like them very much. I think they are less fishy tasting then tuna. I havent touched tuna since I started eating them. I think once you get past the look of them...yummmy! The first time I ate them I really did not look at the tin because of the whole mental thing that I am eating a fish with skin and bones. so far my favorite is the ones in olive oil!

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  • ljbprrfmof
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    Originally posted by athomeontherange View Post
    ok.. been thinking of trying these.. I see them, I just need to get up the guts to do it.hahah
    Me to. I had them once in my life. After a night of heavy drinking. I was as pickled as they were.

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  • athomeontherange
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    ok.. been thinking of trying these.. I see them, I just need to get up the guts to do it.hahah

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I have been eating 1-2 cans a day of either boneless, skinless or bone-in sardines in olive oil. HDL went from 23 to 49 in 6 months!

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  • paleo-bunny
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    Originally posted by Neckhammer View Post
    Another great thing is you're eating the whole animal....skin, bones, cartilage and all. I like mine straight or with spicy mustard...Mmmmmmm
    For sure those bones and thin skin slip down very easily.

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  • Neckhammer
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    Another great thing is you're eating the whole animal....skin, bones, cartilage and all. I like mine straight or with spicy mustard...Mmmmmmm

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  • TheFastCat
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    they are a super food when you eat them with skin and bones. Just avoid the soybean oil ones. They taste so good because your body recognizes all of the awesome things in them I think.

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  • paleo-bunny
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    Yes, they are very nutritious and cheap with it. Another plus point is that they are relatively low in toxins as they are not a top-feeding fish (cf tuna for example).

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  • fiercehunter
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    I eat a tonnnnn of sardines, think they are a GREAT food to stock.

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