Saturday, May 28, 2011

Chicken of the Sea- 8

CHICKEN OF THE SEA: IN OIL LIGHTLY SMOKED



APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Calories from Fat 130
Calories 190
Total Fat 14g
Saturated Fat 6g
Cholesterol 45mg
Sodium 430mg
Total Carbohydrate 2g
Dietary Fiber 0g
Sugars 0g
Protein 12g
Calcium 20%
Iron 4%



PRODUCT OF:THAILAND


INGREDIENTS:
Smoked Sardines, soybean oil,salt,smoke flavor

PRICE:.99



OVER ALL:
very strong smoke flavor aroma when opened.
Firm fish, four to a tin, smoke flavor over powers the fish,mild tasting fish,a very dry sardine.
I'll give them two sardines

CHICKEN OF THE SEA: IN MUSTARD





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NUTRITION:

Calories: 130.00
Calories from Fat: 50
Total Fat: 6.00 g.
Saturated Fat: 3.00 g.
Cholesterol: 60.00 mg.
Sodium: 410.00 mg.
Total Carbohydrates: 3.00 g.
Dietary Fiber: 1 g.
Sugars: 1 g.
Protein: 17.00 g.
Calcium: 30 %
Iron: 6 %


PRODUCT OF:THAILAND


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, mustard sauce, water, mustard powder, vinegar, maltodextrin, modified starch, citric acid, guar gum, spices, monosodium glutamate, turmeric, oleoresin xanthan gum, chili powder, salt



PRICE:.99



OVER ALL:
Four to a can. One huge one two med and one small. What a variety. Appears a litle off putting. Mustard sauce floating on oil in the tin. No aroma at all from opening. Soft fish almost dissolves in your mouth. Fishy after taste. Wouldn't buy again. Unpleasent lingering after taste. Give these one sardine.







CHICKEN OF THE SEA: IN LOUISIANNA HOT SAUCE




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NUTRITION:
Calories: 120.00
Calories from Fat: 30
Total Fat: 3.00 g.
Saturated Fat: 1.00 g.
Cholesterol: 70.00 mg.
Sodium: 430.00 mg.
Total Carbohydrates: 3.00 g.
Dietary Fiber: 1 g.
Sugars: 0 g.
Protein: 19.00 g.
Vitamin A: 0 %
Vitamin C: 0 %
Calcium: 40 %
Iron: 6 %


PRODUCT OF:THAILAND

INGREDIENTS:
water,distilled vinegar, maltodextrin,cayenne pepper, soybean oil, modified starch, salt, paprika,olecrsin, mono-sodium glutamate, spices, xantham gum, natural color and flavor, dehydrated vegetable powder


PRICE:.99


OVER ALL:
Three to a can, fish semi firm, hot sauce a little off putting, wangy vinegar based. (not a good vinegar base)
half a sardine, mostly based on the sauce.





CHICKEN OF THE SEA: IN WATER


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NUTRITION:
Calories: 90.00
Calories from Fat: 20
Total Fat: 2.00 g.
Saturated Fat: 1.00 g.
Cholesterol: 70.00 mg.
Sodium: 370.00 mg.
Total Carbohydrates: 0.00 g.
Dietary Fiber: 0 g.
Sugars: 0 g.
Protein: 17.00 g.
Vitamin A: 0 %
Vitamin C: 0 %
Calcium: 50 %
Iron: 6 %


PRODUCT OF:THAILAND

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, water,salt

PRICE:.99

OVER ALL:
Not pretty at all, four to a can. Firm fish. Almost has a canned tuna taste slightly to it. No fishy taste or after taste.
I give it a strong two.



CHICKEN OF THE SEA:MEDITERRANEAN STYLE ONE LAYER


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NUTRITION:
Calories- 150
Fat Cal- 100
Total Fat- 11g
Sat. Fat- 2.5g
Cholest- 100mg
Sodium- 340mg
Protein- 14g


PRODUCT OF:
Poland

INGREDIENTS:
Brisling Sardines, Olive Oil, Black Olives, Sunflower Oil, Garlic Powder, Red Bell Pepper, Salt, Natural Smoked Flavor.

PRICE:
2.50

OVER ALL:
Pleasant aroma upon opening, fish posses a decent texture, a very seasoned tin of fish. Garlic is very detectable. Not spiny at all. Sixteen fish to the tin. Other than being a tad to salty for me, this is a good tin. Chicken of the sea is moving up. I'll give the guys 4 strong sardines. No more, based on the salty factor.




CHICKEN OF THE SEA: PREMIUM SELECT


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NUTRITION:
Calories- 160
Total Fat- 11g
Sat. Fat- 2.5g
Cholest.- 100mg
Sodium- 340
Protein- 14g

PRODUCT OF:
Poland

INGREDIENTS:
Bristling Sardines, Olive Oil, Salt, Natural Smoked Flavor

PRICE:
2.50

OVER ALL:
A very mild aroma upon popping. A very attractive tin of fish. They have good texture, All posses their tails. A very good tin of fish. My only dislike, is all the sodium. A very salty tin of fish. A strong 4 1/2. Only because of the saltiness of these guys, they don't get a five.






CHICKEN OF THE SEA: SKINLESS & BONELESS IN OIL





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NUTRITION:
N/A



PRODUCT OF:
Thailand


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soybean Oil, Water, Salt

PRICE:
1.40

OVER ALL:
Skinless and Boneless should be used lightly here. Full of bones and patches of skin. The texture is as if you are chewing on rubber. The taste is not mush better, almost like eating dry rotted rubber. Not a tin I would ever consider eating again. I've still not figured out what happened to chicken of the sea. No sardines.

1 comment:

  1. I love this product. Since discovering it at Big Lots, this is a regular part of my diet. I am not a sardine purist but enjoy these a lot. I would give this a 4.

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