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sunnyside
Thursday, March 27, 2014, 8:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I am in shock to learn all sardine in the can is not true sardine from this thread.
In my Swami sardine is super, herring is neutral and anchovy is avoid.
Choosing true sardine is very important because I eat sardine 2 or 3 times a week.
I am checking with manufacturer to clarify what I was eating.

Thank you for educating me.
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It's good to look deeply into our food choices.  Knowledge is power, after all.

We can always change brands, if we find that what we are buying and eating does not measure up to our standards for what we consider healthy enough to eat.  



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So far I found 2 brands which is true sardine sardina pilchardus in BPA free can.

Vital Choice sardine
Crown Prince Natural Skinless and Boneless (only this item from Crown Prince)
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So far I found 2 brands which is true sardine sardina pilchardus in BPA free can.

Vital Choice sardine
Crown Prince Natural Skinless and Boneless (only this item from Crown Prince)


I sure love the Vital Choice sardines!

Is the Crown Prince item packed in olive oil or water?



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So far I found 2 brands which is true sardine sardina pilchardus in BPA free can.

Vital Choice sardine
Crown Prince Natural Skinless and Boneless (only this item from Crown Prince)


Sunnyside, I'm curious about which brands you discovered which were not specifically pilchards. What did the reps say?

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Crown Prince has Crown Prince and Crown Prince Natural lines and only Crow Prince Natural line products are BPA free can.
Crown Prince Natural Skinless and Boneless comes in pure olive oil or water and they are sardina pilchardus.

Crown Prince Natural Wild Caught Brisling in Water is bristling or sprats in BPA free can.

Wild Planet sardine is sardinops sagax in BPA free can.
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Thirty brands of canned sardines ranked for taste,
some described in great detail:
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/301739


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Hi all, I am loving this thread. As combining sardines in geno-harmonic combinations has been discussed here I'd like to jump in and ask a question about geno-harmonics that is not related to sardines.

I have four choices for geno-harmonics on my SWAMI and I am going to assume that everyone does. I have been following the 'best choice' that SWAMI has chosen for me.  Or should I be trying to incorporate all four at once?
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When Isa says "a good source of purines" I think she literally means GOOD   !!
I not have time to look up every-thing ....
She actually said
Quoted from Amazone I.
very high in purines.... ...(the mentioned fish... I'm talkin about )...
Depends how your uric acid levels are, re whether purines are good or not?!
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Quoted from Possum
She actually said Depends how your uric acid levels are, re whether purines are good or not?!


It was in a letter or thread  about a year ago talking to her about horse meat and how versatile the Type B diet is.....

I know, I'm amazing in my own obscurity, right


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Hi all, I am loving this thread. As combining sardines in geno-harmonic combinations has been discussed here I'd like to jump in and ask a question about geno-harmonics that is not related to sardines.

I have four choices for geno-harmonics on my SWAMI and I am going to assume that everyone does. I have been following the 'best choice' that SWAMI has chosen for me.  Or should I be trying to incorporate all four at once?


I love genoharmonics. Mine are at the end of the SWAMI with a 5 star rating, and examples of other genoharmonics to pair them with.
...when you say four choices do you mean in the fish category?
...when you say best choice, do you mean a diamond food?

So far I have gone up to eating meals with 3 genoharmonic ingredients. But I'd like to have  a  full genoharmonic meal (protein, starch, vege, fat, fruit, condiment, beverage) beginning this week.


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