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Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: Dennis S
Date: February 27, 2017 03:12PM
I get a little bolder all the time. I ate the black skin/scales and it wasn't as gross as it looks.
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: rjmacs
Date: February 27, 2017 03:22PM
Yuck. Enjoy!!



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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: TheTominator
Date: February 27, 2017 03:22PM
No guts, no glory.
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: TLB
Date: February 27, 2017 03:24PM
Buy them in mustard or tomato sauce--they taste great and it masks the less appetizing stuff.
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Posted by: Steve G.
Date: February 27, 2017 03:29PM

Whenever I eat those sardine parts, I get these dreams....
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: MysteryGuest
Date: February 27, 2017 03:36PM
Put 'em between 2 slices of whole wheat toast as God intended.
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Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: February 27, 2017 03:53PM
....what about when you eat crow.....???



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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: davester
Date: February 27, 2017 03:54PM
Should have been a poll, man. I swing both ways (with sardines that is), depending on how manly I'm feeling or how squeamish my female lunch companion is. I think it's sad that fresh sardines are relatively rare here. I ate tons of them when I was in Barcelona a couple of years ago. They put the canned versions to shame.



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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: Grumpyguy
Date: February 27, 2017 03:55PM
To keep my B-12 levels up, I've been eating liver and sardines.

I get them in mustard sauce and I eat them as is! Before I had CIDP, I had horrible acid reflux and I would have tasted sardines for a day straight. For some reason, my acid reflux has completely gone away and I can enjoy the little buggers without hesitation now! Same now with peanut butter. One teaspoon would give me horrible acid reflux all night long. Now I can eat it with no problem.

Hey, maybe a peanut butter sardine sandwich!!!



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Posted by: freeradical
Date: February 27, 2017 04:04PM
I don't do sardines.

Now anchovies on the other hand, they're one of those ultra secret ingredients that chefs use...
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: bruceko
Date: February 27, 2017 04:08PM
I love sardines. They is no yucky part
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: max
Date: February 27, 2017 04:24PM
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I love sardines. They is no yucky part

Bingo!

Either fully fried as the street food of Istanbul, or oil bathed, out of a can, face up, on a slice of rye with St.Pauli or a Pilsner Urquel chaser....
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Posted by: billb
Date: February 27, 2017 04:28PM
I'll have a salad, thanks.



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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: Uncle Wig
Date: February 27, 2017 05:13PM
I get the Trader Joe's skinless/boneless in olive oil and have 'em with multigrain crackers. Tasty.



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Posted by: Buck
Date: February 27, 2017 05:22PM
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I love sardines. They is no yucky part
agree smiley
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Posted by: GuyGene
Date: February 27, 2017 05:24PM
Iwashi, ne. Straight as they are from the can. Maybe we should start calling them iwashi, Japanese for sardine, like Americans call squid by the Italian, calamari. Then people would eat them. If it comes from ocean, river, lakes, pond or swamp, I'll eat it.



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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: polychrome
Date: February 27, 2017 05:36PM
I just bought cans of whole sardines instead of the skinless/boneless ones. Nothing gross in sardines. What is yucky is the mystery meat and ingredients in most hot dogs that some people are in denial about.
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Posted by: DP
Date: February 27, 2017 05:50PM
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: February 27, 2017 07:48PM
boquerones! those are insanely addictive. but a bit pricey. I found a source for them that was cheaper than WF by about half. gotta go revisit that place...

yum smiley


I do both, as well. It will depend on the size of the sardine; the larger, of course, the more of a backbone those things have, and they can be rather unpleasant. Costco sells skinless/boneless from Morocco (as most are) and they are pretty good, canned in olive oil.

my favorite are those from Portugal or Spain, usually with some garlic and spice, but any old way. the canned tuna from those countries is also terrific.
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: Kraniac
Date: February 27, 2017 08:01PM
You jam those little birdies into your hole and show no mercy!!!

I make toast from a baguette and get down to the down.
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: Don C
Date: February 27, 2017 09:50PM
I am in the camp with, "You eat those thing on PURPOSE?"
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Posted by: Octave Doctor
Date: February 27, 2017 10:01PM
That's my cheap lunch if I'm at Big Lots, Sardines in mustard and a pack of snack crackers, with some flavored bottled water. This gets upgraded to CotSea Kipper snacks when they're in stock. Even BL quit selling Vienna Sausage, lol.
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Posted by: artie67
Date: February 27, 2017 11:43PM
Canned sardines are part of out earthquake supplies. I add crackers that I vacuum seal and rotate. It has been 23 years since the Northridge quake and counting and time to check the supplies.
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Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: February 27, 2017 11:57PM
You have 23 year old sardines...?!?!


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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: maco
Date: February 28, 2017 07:57AM
Are you talking about canned ones or live ones?
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: mikebw
Date: February 28, 2017 08:28AM
I'll pull out the spines, but everything else is good. In water is my preference, but oil is OK too.
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Re: Sardine eaters, do you pick out the gross parts or do you dim the lights and dig in?
Posted by: raz
Date: February 28, 2017 08:46AM
They're delicious on a sandwich. I've never cut out any part.



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