Whole Sardines

Whole Sardines



This product is a Sustainably Sourced Wild product.

Sardine flesh is dense, rich and oily. But fresh sardines are another matter. Their taste is unmistakably sardine-esque, yet toned down for a wider audience. Cooked properly so that the flesh has only begun to flake, the flesh is tender and not very fishy at all.


A sardine is a very small, oily fish. ... Sardines are most often bought canned, lined up in rows in little tins. The word sardine is actually a general term — it refers to a type of fish, most often a small herring, while a slightly larger one is sometimes called a pilchard.


  • Calories: 125.
  • Fat: 7g.
  • Sodium: 184mg.
  • Carbohydrates: 0g.
  • Fiber: 0g.
  • Sugars: 0g.
  • Protein: 14.8g.




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