In today’s What’s This Food we responded to viewer comments and took a look at the tiny, protein packed fish known as sardines. We also took the portable delights to a park and made lunch, al fresco! Today’s sponsor is

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  • Jeff Stanley
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    Mackerel that comes in pouches like tuna is really good as well. Tastes a little different than sardines and you may enjoy it better. It comes already flaked, the canned mackerel that I have seen is intact.

  • Mike Dondero
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    I really like the Trader Joe’s brand of sardines! I usually just eat them out of the can, but like them in a sandwich too! I’ll try this recipe next time!

  • Ed Keaton
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    Your video is quite interesting and informative. I have never eaten sardines before and wouldn't know how to prepare them if I could. I do remember that when I was a kid, and my grandparents still lived with us, they used to eat sardines packed in oil or tomato sauce, pan fry them with onion and garlic and serve them over a bed of rice. Now that's good eating especially on November 24th. which is National Sardines Day. As someone named Ferran Adria once said, "Remember that a very good sardine is always preferable to a not that good lobster." ?????

  • Robert Zeurunkl
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    Incredible! I KNEW it. I've often smelled some paints, especially artistic painting paints and thought they smelled like fish. I had no idea it was because they actually contained fish oil! Thanks for letting me know!

  • Matthew Niedbala
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    I’m a vegetarian, but I think I’m going to eat sardines cuz of their low consciousness causing my consumption of them to result in an increase in happiness in the world. Weird I know but they’re also healthy and I won’t be mowing them down. Plants for life sardines for pleasure and to save money in Dha supplements when I get to old to convert enough dha.

  • Chris Moore
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    Geezus! Fucking swallow the goddamn gum! You'll shit it out tomorrow with no indication that you ate it. Talk about no harm, no foul. What a stupid, stupid idea those wrappers are!

  • Erectus Maximus
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    No! Your gum paper idea is not in anyway "innovative". I wouldn't invest a dime in that company. Hope your parents didn't lend you the money for that pathetic excuse for a legitimate product.

  • Gio Biocampo
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    You should do a video on water chestnuts, and the difference in flavor, taxture, between those and "chestnuts".
    Thank you! I find your videos interesting.

  • Angela F
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    I eat sardines out of the can usually once or twice a week. King Oscar Mediterranean style or King Oscar packed with jalapeno peppers.

  • Howard Johnson
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    In: A history of food. Translated from the French by Anthea Bell

    I believe she says sardines are the only food that gets better in the can with age. Personally I don't know 'cause they never stay around my house long enough for me to check that at the personal level.

  • Howard Johnson
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    II by so doing the girls would say something like GROSS, get up, and move to another table. Then all my guys would have the table. The good old days.

    I love them. Thanks

    I've not seen comments that are limited by the number of characters. What's with that?

    Thanks

  • Howard Johnson
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    I LOVE sardines and have been eating them most of my life. I like them just the way they come off the tree. Ok, I'll eat them in the various sauces, but I want the straight.

    4th grade – for some reason we always got to the lunchroom too late to get a table that would fit all of us. SO, it was my job to find a nice table with at least one empty seat, sit down, take out my can of sardines, lift them one at a time while making as big a production as possible of eating them and by so doing more

  • Jessica Ruiz
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    My husband and I love king Oscar sardines with Wassa crackers, very thinly sliced green onion, thinly sliced jalapeno, cracked pepper and sea salt. We eat this with Ceasar salad on the side with a good red wine. So good. Love your videos you are a cutie!

  • Danny B
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    One of my favorite foods in Spain was grilled sardines…the bones might put some people off, but they are simply delicious!

  • kdw4jc
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    For breakfast, I saute them in a little butter til heated through & enjoy them with eggs and rice or grits. This reminds me of when I crushed bacon into my grits as a child … love how the saltiness seasons grits or rice. We enjoy salmon in fried egg sandwiches … hmmm, sardines could work there and in egg salad pita as well. Must try your sandwich recipe … that literally is an egg SALAD sandwich (very healthy)! ;-)

  • kdw4jc
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    So glad I discovered your site & vids today thanks to Donna Dockins of Oregon Dukkah! Love the food history & info you share. I enjoy sardines with hot sauce on either saltines or water crackers … sometimes I spread a little whipped cream cheese on the cracker or add a little chopped onion.

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