Saturday, August 27, 2011

OCEAN PRINCE- 39

OCEAN PRINCE: LIGHTLY SMOKED IN OIL


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NUTRITION:
Calories- 210
Fat. Calories- 120
Total Fat- 13g
Sat. Fat- 3.5g
Cholesterol- 35mg
Sodium- 210mg
Protein- 23g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soy Bean Oil, Salt

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Pleasant aroma upon opening. Three medium sized sardines, all covered in scales. Fish is on the soft side, that made more difficult to descale, from breaking so easy. The fish are on the chewy side, bones detectable, Oil not so pleasant tasting. I would not eat again. No sardines.






OCEAN PRINCE: PREMIUM SMALL IN OIL LIGHTLY SMOKED



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NUTRITION:
Calories- 210
Fat. Calories- 120
Total Fat- 13g
Sat. Fat- 3.5g
Cholesterol- 35mg
Sodium- 210mg
Protein- 23g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soy Bean Oil, Salt

PRICE: 1.19


OVER ALL:
HAR, HAR, FUCKING HAR!!!! "Select Small" My ass! Two large scaled sardines! Same as above. Ocean Prince!? May be prince of the Dead sea...
Would not eat again. They even charge more for the same shit.





OCEAN PRINCE: IN LOUISIANA HOT SAUCE



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NUTRITION:
Calories- 230
Fat Calories- 130
Total Fat- 15g
Sat Fat- 7g
Cholesterol- 65mg
Sodium- 190mg
Protein- 24g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Water, Vinegar, Chili Peppers, Tomato Paste, Soy Bean Oil, Salt

PRICE: .89


OVER ALL:
Probably the hardest damn pull top I've had the pleasure of opening(this brand). The tab broke off toward the end, sending sauce every where. Very strong smell ing sauce. There is two the tin, a sour aroma creeps from the tin.. Scales, Scales, and more damn Scales. A very vinegary tasting sauce, it really overpowers the fish. A very crumbly fish. After the vinegary wang goes away, a nice heat is made known. The heat is the only thing good about this tin. 1/2 a sardine. That's based on the heat alone. I would not eat again.






OCEAN PRINCE: IN SPRING WATER



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NUTRITION:
Calories- 190
Fat Calories- 110
Total Fat-12g
Saturated Fat- 4.5g
Cholesterol- 55mg
Sodium- 150mg
Carbs- 2g
Protein- 18g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Spring Water

PRICE: .89

OVER ALL:
Two large scaled sardines to the tin. A very fishy aroma is present. A semi mild tasting fish. Texture a little on the chewy side. Not a tin to eat on the go, may be ok in a recipe or such. If you like descaling fish,. No strong after taste. Would not eat again. No sardines.




OCEAN PRINCE: IN MUSTARD


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NUTRITION:
Calories- 190
Fat Calories- 80
Total Fat- 9g
Saturated Fat- 3g
Cholesterol- 55mg
Sodium- 730mg
Protein-21g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Mustard, water, Vinegar, Soy Bean Oil, Corn Flour, Turmeric, Salt

PRICE: .89

OVER ALL:
No pleasant aroma at all upon opening. Four large scaly fish to the tin with some very uninviting a vinegary mustard flavor. Almost like a Sardine flavored gum when it comes to texture. A dry fish, why leave scales on a fish when its in a sauce!? Would not eat again. No Sardines.





OCEAN PRINCE: LIGHTLY SMOKED WITH GREEN CHILIES


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NUTRITION:
Calories- 200
Fat Cal- 110
Total Fat- 12g
Sat Fat- 3g
Cholesterol- 55mg
Sodium- 170mg
Protein- 22g

PRODUCT OF: Morocco

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soy Bean Oil, Green Chilies, Salt

PRICE: .89

OVER ALL:
Two large mangy scaly fish to the tin. Chilies really add good flavor to this tin, the sardines are still full of scales, and they have a rubbery dry texture. I would not eat again. no sardines.



OCEAN PRINCE: SKINLESS & BONELESS IN OIL



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NUTRITION:
Calories- 220
Fat. Calories- 130
Total Fat- 14g
Sat. Fat- 3g
Cholesterol- 35mg
Sodium- 360mg
Protein- 24g


PRODUCT OF:
MOROCCO
INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soy Bean Oil, Salt

PRICE:
1.19

OVER ALL:
Four round meaty fish to the tin. Nice aroma upon opening. A very mild firm tasting fish. A hint of sardine flavor to it, no fishy after taste. Out of all the Ocean Prince line of sardines these are the best. These are the same sardines I turned a non sardine eater on to, some months ago.. For the price they can't be beat, on average they run a dollar. A good little tin of fish. I would eat again. Four sardines.



OCEAN PRINCE: BRISTLING IN OIL LIGHTLY SMOKED



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NUTRITION:
N/A

PRODUCT OF:
Poland

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Soy Bean Oil, Salt

PRICE:
1.10

OVER ALL:
Classic sardine aroma upon opening, an attractive looking tin of fish, a soft textured fish. 16 to the tin. You know you are eating fish with this tin, fishy over tones does not over power the fish. Smoke flavor not too prominent, salt is very noticeable in this tin. Fish do posses a slight wang after taste. I may would eat again. 3 sardines.





OCEAN PRINCE: BRISTLING IN WATER



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NUTRITION:
N/A

PRODUCT OF:
Poland

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Water, Salt

PRICE:
1.10

OVER ALL:
A very strong sardine aroma upon opening. An attractive looking tin of fish. A very strong tasting fish, almost a over cooked taste. A tart tasting tin of fish. salt is prominent, a semi dry fish,not spiny. They are not a clean tasting tin of fish at all, the natural fish taste is absent, would not eat again. 1 sardine







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4 comments:

  1. I tried the Ocean Prince Brislings in water, thankfully I only bought one can. Fish were 'beat up' looking. Took a drizzle of olive oil, fresh ground pepper, some garlic powder and some crispbread to make these edible. One sardine was generous of you. Nasty after taste, too.

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    1. I believe one sardine is generous, I may need to go look in my notes and see why this tin did receive one sardine; when I even said I would not eat again..

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  2. You have listed these as "bristling" in the sardine list most of the cheap ones I have had from Poland in oil taste like kerosene smells.

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