Canned sardines at WholeFoods - Season brand

The lemon pepper sauce variety tastes better (shown on the left). The sodium content of each of these is 330 mg per serving - one can. The saturated fat content is a bit on the higher side because the fish has skin, i.e. these canned sardines are not skinless.



The sardines in olive oil are skinless and boneless and probably taste better that the ones shown above. The sodium content is about the same (serving size is half can).


Sardines in Douarnenez, France -
Sardines' tough life: eaten by a whale, sea lions and the one that thought it had got away is speared by a marlin. Daily Mail photos, 2011.

1 comment:

  1. I haven't seen these yet. Good times.

    Welcome to the Society.


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