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    Sardines. Who likes 'em?

    I've been eating sardines since I was six years old.

    I prefer the small brisling sardines over larger varieties.

    I usually just eat them with saltine crackers.

    My favorite brand is King Oscar.

    At $2.67 a tin (Wal-Mart), they're more expensive than some other brands, but they're well worth it.






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    I like 'em. I haven't had any in a while though. They're good w/ scrambled eggs.
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    Never tried them. Really don't appeal to me.
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    I like them, with club crackers. I'll try the brand you suggest, because some I've had have been awful. I've sometimes been told to eat them outside lol.

    With eggs sounds pretty good...
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    I like them...olive oil is great...but sometimes canned in just water, then add fresh lemon or lime juice...and hot sauce...with crackers of course, even tostadas...delicious...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNGwynne View Post
    I like them, with club crackers. I'll try the brand you suggest, because some I've had have been awful. I've sometimes been told to eat them outside lol.

    With eggs sounds pretty good...
    The Trader Joe's are great...so is their canned tuna...much better than either Star Fish or Chicken of the Sea brands.

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    King Oscar sardines have a mild, delicate flavor with little or no 'fishy' smell.

    The sardines I ate as a kid were very fishy tasting and smelling. Mom did make us eat them outside.

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    I appreciate the advice, though I don't have access to Trader Joes.

    I like almost all seafood and many canned kinds, as well as herring and anchovies. I guess my moniker here is apt.
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    they have never appealed to me. my brother has always loved them and my daughter who is vegetarian eats them. to me, fish in a can is just not appetizing, although admittedly I do eat tuna fish that way

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    Like the canned ones on crackers as a kid but as a kid I'd eat anything. Now the only way I'll eat them is fresh with a little olive oil right off the grill.

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