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Skinless, boneless and packed in water is THE way to go, only tasted them once!


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I enjoy these, but mine are packed in olive oil.....


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I think the ones from Portuguese waters are the best!


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I like skinless and boneless sardines in water from Portugal or Morocco. I'm still looking for Sardines from Sardinia.  
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Quoted from Sharon
I like skinless and boneless sardines in water from Portugal or Morocco. I'm still looking for Sardines from Sardinia.  


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Speaking of sardines--I enjoyed some for breakfast this morning with a salad. So delicious and satisfying!! Also so easy and lightweight to take hiking OR great on a trip to town, when you know you don't want to stop to eat, or if you think your errands might take longer, they really 'hold you over'.
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Where have all the sardines gone?

Sardine is a small fish of the herring family. It received its name from being taken abundantly off the coast of Sardinia. The true sardine is a tunny. They are abundant in the Mediterranean and off the coasts of Spain and Portugal. They are salted, boiled in oil and packed in flat,, tin boxes containing oil. In this form they are exported as a delicacy to all countries. The supply of true sardines is now considerably reduced and is not sufficient to supply the market. As a result, sprats, pilchards and other small herring have been preserved in oil and sold under the name of sardines.


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very interesting   so now we need to know which of these some react to as beneficials while others are avoids.. ?????


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Where have all the sardines gone?

The supply of true sardines is now considerably reduced and is not sufficient to supply the market. As a result, sprats, pilchards and other small herring have been preserved in oil and sold under the name of sardines.


More research needs to be done to verify what percentage of non-sardine fish is being used and who packages it like that.


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Where have all the sardines gone? They are salted, boiled in oil and packed in flat,, tin boxes containing oil. In this form they are exported as a delicacy to all countries. The supply of true sardines is now considerably reduced and is not sufficient to supply the market. As a result, sprats, pilchards and other small herring have been preserved in oil and sold under the name of sardines.

Doesn't this seem wrong somehow?? Like false advertising It certainly has an impact on people who may react to any of those other fish

Also - I would love to know what oil they are boiled in??? That could also make a difference...
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I prefer sardines with skin & bones...I just mash them up with onion...the onion helps hide the fishy taste.  I think that eating the bones is beneficial.  The bones are so soft that I don't even sense them...just adds a bit of crunch.
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"sardines, or pilchards, are several types of small, oily fish related to herrings, family Clupeidae.[1] Sardines were named after the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, where they once lived in abundance.[2]
The terms sardine and pilchard are not precise, and the usual meanings vary by region. Britain's Sea Fish Industry Authority for example classifies sardines as young pilchards.[3] One criterion suggests that fish shorter in length than 6 inches (15 cm) are sardines, and larger ones pilchards.[4] The FAO/WHO Codex standard for canned sardines cites 21 species that may be classed as sardines;[5] FishBase, a comprehensive database of information about fish, calls at least six species pilchard, over a dozen just sardine, and many more with the two basic names qualified by various adjectives."


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Sardine poisoning (clupeotoxin): Some sardines contain toxins (Clupeotoxin) which can be poisonous to humans if eaten. Heat does not destroy the toxin and there is still uncertainty as to the origin of the toxin. The toxin appears to be present in higher concentrations in summer and is believed to be possible linked to the consumption of toxic food in its food web. The size and age of the sardines does not appear to be related to the toxicity. The sardines are found in coastal waters off Africa and the Caribbean, Indian and Pacific Oceans

Emily has a Sardine intolerance, and funny enough a ell and a herring intolerance - all linked possibly to the canning (we use olive oil)

you just can't beat catching the food yourself eh?


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Portuguese / Spanish sardine taste horrible to us, must be something different in them.

Is there any information on mackerels, as M kind of had a reaction to them after we stopped using sardines. maybe it was just because she was very sensitive at the time.


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Mackerel is high in mercury


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Yeah....this isn't just a sardine problem.  There have been numerous articles saying restaurants often sell fish named something "fancy" when it's just plain ole cheap fish.  The question is do the restaurants know they're doing it, or was it the fishermen who misnamed/lied?

It concerns me that I might not be eating sardines.  I just started with the whole sardine thing (I like mine on salad too), and.......what if......


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I think for our purposes It would depend on how it is defined by the data base that Dr. D  used.

  Lloyd will know.


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If your body is craving the nutrients in small fish, and you eat a can of small fish labelled "sardines", then you're still getting the nutrients from eating small fish, right?


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I eat a tin of sardines in olive oil nearly every day - never tire of them - when in brine or water I get arthritic knees so olive oil definately the best for me!
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ruthie, if you crave sugar, you wouldn't et it would you. also if there is mercury or a toxin in the sardine it may counterbalance the goodness


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Something fishy going on methinks
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Something fishy going on methinks


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Just keep it to scale!


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