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Any Ideas on Canned Fish - Sardines, Smoked Oysters, Mackerel, Etc.?s

TheBigLeChowski | May 21, 201701:03 AM     69

I've only in very recent years come to discover and love canned seafood. Smoked oysters were my first love....I can eat them plain, or on crackers with maybe a bit of salt and mustard and maybe hot sauce. I'm really wanting to make a hearty soup with them soon.

I also love plain sardines, sardines in tomato sauce, sardines in mustard, etc. Canned mackerel, kippers...you name it, I love it. I even eat the sardines with all the crunchy bones (maybe I have a deficiency lol.)

I would just really love some new ideas on how to use them. I would love to hear how others eat these foods.

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