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  1. #21
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    Fried kippers and eggs for breakfast. YUM!



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    I've never had sardines; I hate to waste food so have been afraid to buy and try, in case I don't care for them. How do they compare to anchovies (which I looove?)
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    Sardines are not salted like anchovies - think big anchovies, with more flesh, and way less salt.



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    Anchovies are the same fish and all the same benefits only with a lot of salt.
    Work your way up with them on a pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minnie View Post
    Fried kippers and eggs for breakfast. YUM!
    Ditto. LOVE "Kippers & Eggs". Although I must say that I've been spoiled somewhat by the canned ones. Had an opportunity to buy whole smoked kippers, & dealing with all the tiny little bones was disastrous. Keep that in mind if you ever come across whole kippered herring.



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    They're DELICIOUS!!! On toast with mustard, and some cornichons to go with them. Mmmmm. And the dogs go NUTS for the left-over oil from the can.

    But no, I would not bring them to work.
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    I don't know about my dogs, but the cats enjoy the oil from the cans (not the sauced types) drizzled over some dry cat food.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Appsolute View Post
    Sardines are not salted like anchovies - think big anchovies, with more flesh, and way less salt.
    ...I think I need to try sardines. Especially with all the variations posted here!
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