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Thread: Sardines, love them or hate them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewze View Post
    We love them also......packed in oil, skinless and boneless. Add some grain mustard, a little onion, some sliced green olives with pimento, and a little piece of hot pepper. Mash up and serve on saltines, panitini, or any cracker that is on hand; at least once a week. Yummmm
    I just have to laugh. My late DH would have loved this. I on the other hand don't like mustard, green olives, pimento or hot pepper.
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    I hate them! DH loves them. They make great fish bate!

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    No thanks!

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    love, sardines, kippers, lox and bagels.. especially on water crackers. Cmaras
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    I usually mash them, add some finely chopped red onion, a squeeze of lemon juice and then spread on toast. Delicious!

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    I remember my grandmother eating them but I just don't think I'd like them. I do eat pickled herring. I love herring and cheese for a snack.

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    I eat them ocasionally but don't really care for them. I am glad I have just discovered new ways of serving them and am going to try some. The suggestions may make me like them.....Great tips

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    I love them- also like the saltine idea.

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    Love them mashed up with some good grainy mustard and a little chopped onion--make a sandwich and top with fresh tomato. Don't knock it unless you have tried it. If you only go with your nose to tell you what you should eat, you are missing out on alot of goodies.

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    I have never tried them. Do they taste "fishy" I am not a big fish eater and forget it if it is very fishy. I think I would like to try them

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