A faint oil aroma upon opening. Five fish to the tin. A mild, soft textured fish. Fish possesses a good flavor. No strong taste or after. A clean tasting fish. A flavorful oil, not a spiny fish. One of my favorite French tins to date. 5 sardines
A fish aroma upon opening. Five medium fish to the tin. A medium textured fish, saltiness lets itself known. A mild flavor fish, after taste is a watery oil taster hat dispenses quickly. A meaty fish, would be a great tin for newbie sardine eaters. 4 sardines.
A faint oil aroma upon opening. Seven pretty circle aligned fish to the tin. A very mild fish with perfect texture. The fish taste like what AD campaigns try and make food taste like. Not a spiny fish. This is a tin of prime cut sardines, oil is flavorful and compliments the fish. A great dipping oil (I soaked all the oil up with bread) If you can get these, get several! 5 strong sardines
The aroma upon opening causes instant hunger pains. A flavorful aroma of peppers and onions deliciously hits you. A flavorful ton of fish, no fishy taste or after, not even a hint of fishiness to this tin. The peppers and onions adds a great flavor. A clean tasting fish, with good texture. This tin leaves you wanting more. 5 strong sardines.
Received these from Wixter Market OVER ALL:
No aroma upon opening. A very attractive tin of fish. A double layer of tiny fish. 19 fish to the tin, fish holds it's shape well. A mild tasting fish, no strong flavors or after taste. The olive oil compliments the fish. Not a spiny fish. 5 sardines.
Little Free Libraries are becoming a popular thing in communities: a person erects a miniature library in their neighborhood where people can take and leave books. The libraries promote literacy and are a way to bring the community together. With October being National Seafood Month, what better way to promote sustainable seafood and delicious sardines than to begin Operation Brain Food, Mouth Full of Sardines' program to give out free sardines.
I've started placing tins of sardines in the Little Free Libraries.
This Little Free Library has Dog treats also.
You can check out a free book and leave with a healthy, delicious snack. I hope that in doing this it will turn people onto sardines, or even be a meal for someone who is homeless or food insecure and passes the Little Free Library on the street. (No Sardine Eater should be without sardines.) All the sardines are wrapped in little inconspicuous packages.
The brands will change with each donation, from imported sardines to sardines found easily at your local market. I always say, "Sardines are for everyone. As long as I'm able, I will always share the little fish." You may find a tin in your local Little Free Library. If you have Little Free Libraries in your area, think of leaving tins in them. In addition, there is also the Little Free Pantry, a grassroots project that launched pilot location in May of 2016. It is based on the Little Free Library concept, only with food items. Donate to one or even create one. With National Sardine Day coming up next month (November 24th), it's food (sardines) for thought! Keep popping those tins Sardine Eaters! For more information on Little Free Libraries click HERE. More info on the The Little Free Pantry click HERE.