Learning to Eat Sardines

Posted on March 20, 2014. Filed under: Food Made Simple, Health | Tags: , , , , , , |

Sardine Lettuce WrapsDid you know that you can learn to eat new things if you want?  It’s a matter of practice and maybe a new and easy recipe.

I have bought cans of sardines in the past, opened them up, and lost courage.  Then they went to the dogs.  But I know that sardines are super healthy, full of good fish oils and with little or no mercury being that they are such small fish.  In addition, they are exactly where we want to be eating on the food chain for the health of the oceans.  But I just couldn’t do it until I discovered a super simple recipe by K.C.’s Kafe.

It’s just mashed sardines, finely chopped onion, and a little mayo.  I put mine in lettuce or cabbage leaf wraps to save calories and keep grains to a minimum.  Bill likes his on whole rye crackers.

Sardines on crackersI love this!  Now I’m wondering about the sardines in tomato or mustard sauces.  That doesn’t sound good, but I may try them.  I’ve already tinkered with this recipe, adding chopped dilly beans and diced red peppers.  It’s such an easy recipe!

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The picture makes me feel hungry.

Hey Tim! Good to hear from you! Eat some sardines today!

Perhaps I should. I hope you’re well.

I am very well, sir, I hope you are too. How is the poetry going? I haven’t written one in awhile. Maybe you will inspire me.

Today, for some reason, I have more readers from Italy than from the US! I wish some of them would comment. I would love to know someone in Italy!

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