Monday, February 25, 2013

VASCO DA GAMA-99

VASCO DA GAMA: IN VEGETABLE OIL


APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Protein: 20,6g
Energy: 1260kj/304kcal



PRODUCT OF:
Portugal

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil, Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
A faint oil aroma upon opening.. Six scaled fish to the tin. Scales are noticeable  A bitter tasting fish. A slight fishy taste; Not spiny; a roe filled fish along with other innards delicacies, which adds to the bitterness. Would not eat again. No sardines.




VASCO DA GAMA: IN HOT SAUCE




APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Protein: 22,7g
Energy: : 956kj/229kcal



PRODUCT OF:
Portugal

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil, Spices,Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
A very faint fish aroma upon opening. Six, scaled fish to the tin. Scales are noticeable,  the salt is prominent in this tin. A sour after taste. The heat is very weak, almost undetectable. A roe filled fish. Fish crumbles while removing from tin. Would not eat again. No sardines




VASCO DA GAMA- IN HOT TOMATO SAUCE



APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Protein: 20,8g
Energetico: 838kj/201kcal


PRODUCT OF:
Portugal

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines,  Tomato,Vegetable Oil, Spices, Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
Five scaled fish to the tin. Scales not noticeable  a very watery tasting sauce, heat was not noticeable  A very strong sour taste, after taste. A nice green undigested innards runs out of fish. (source of sourness) not a spiny fish. I would not eat again. No sardines.






VASCO DA GAMA: IN TOMATO SAUCE



APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Protein: 20,1g
Energy: : 764kj/203kcal



PRODUCT OF:
Portugal

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines,  Tomato,Vegetable Oil, Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
A sweat tomato aroma upon opening. Three scaleless fish to the tin. A meaty fish; sweat tasting fish. The fish are a little on the chewy side. Not a spiny fish;all innards still present. I would not eat again. No sardines.










4 comments:

  1. Is roe always a bad thing?

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  2. No, not at all. Some are smooth and quiet tasty; while some are gritty like sand.

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  3. A "sweat" tomato aroma upon opening.Sounds accurate ha ha!

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    1. ha ha, I won't even fix that typo.

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