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The #1 food you should eat (and probably don't)

By Hilary Meyer, April 16, 2010 - 2:17pm

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Hilary asks: Do you like sardines? If you do, what are your favorite ways to eat them?

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Eating a can of these sardines is great even if my husband thinks it gross. You don't need anything but a fork that will do fine......

Anonymous

04/30/2010 - 12:22am

i LOVE sardines! especially the hot and spicy variety. i've always loved the taste, and they're so healthy!

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 10:56pm

I use to eat sardines with my Grandpa (who was from Sweden). Guess I'll start eating them again. What about pickled herring?
Jean

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 7:54pm

i love eating them right out of a can on a crostini or saltine, or making a pate with them..great post!
Jennifer
www.puremodlife.com

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 5:12pm

I like the sardines with the peppers, right out of the can, and I eat it as a late night snack when I am just getting home from a long day and dont want anything to heavy.. People call me wierd that I adore sardines so much.. If only I could get away with eating them for lunch without sounding the smell alarm.

Kelly
Richmond, TX

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 4:48pm

I JUST EAT THEM OUT OF THE CAN.
MY WIFE GOES CRAZY WHEN I EAT THEM. SHE CANNOT STAND THE SMELL.
YUM,YUM. BEEN EATING THEM SINCE I WAS A KID.
TASTE GREAT ON ITALIAN BREAD.

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 4:26pm

Shake some Louisiana hot sauce on them and sit them on top of a Triscuit. One of my favorite lunches!!

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 3:55pm

Have any of you nutritionists ever heard of Hemp seed? A fantastic source of omega 3's and 6's, as well as protein. The best tasting ones, in my experience are distributed by Nutiva (much better flavor than Manitoba Harvest)

They need to be fresh, and properly prepared and stored, and as with all foods, get them from anywhere but China... (Due to hemp being the same plant as cannabis, we are not allowed to produce them here in the US, but can buy excellent product from our more enlightened neighbors to the north in Canada)

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 1:49am

any way they are offerd, ill eat them!

Anonymous

04/29/2010 - 1:47am

Hello, I just read your article and caught my attetion right away. I'm orginally Turkish and we consume Sardines alot. I was sad when I first came to the U.S that there was no chance to buy them fresh. Now, I try to eat them canned as much as possiable, which is not the same taste. There are also many recipes that one can try. Pan fried sardines with flour, Sardines pilaf, Sardines soup and Sardines with orange juice and vegetable. Those are all Turkish recipes you can easly search and find. Thanks for the article, just loved it.

Anonymous

04/28/2010 - 3:28pm

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