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77 DOWN -Lunch 450 calories recipe after I have eaten . #quinoa #sardines #spinach #garlic #tomatoes #oliveoil #bone #bonehealth #shape #healthyfood #comfort-food #sardineeater  #oregano #basil #seasalt #calories  #sardineEater SARDINES QUINOA SPINACH. 452 calories this is quite a large portion but to be eaten at lunch not in evening or you will put on weight INGREDIENTS PER PERSON 140 calories x  100 g quinoa cooked 229 calories  x120 g  tin sardine tomato sauce 81 calories 10 ml olive oil 44 calories 1 medium onion 12 calories x 3 clove garlic peeled and chopped 15 calories x 5 cherry tomatoes 31 x100 gr frozen spinach about 3 lumps  ½ - 1 teaspoon of each;basil oregano salt pepper are  minimal calories ·  In a small pot cook ½ cup/100g of dry quinoa  with 1 cup hot water, boil and simmer medium high for 10 minutes ·  Turn down low 5 minutes ·  Turn off, cover and leave  to steam. ·  in mean time cook The  Sardine Sauce ·  Fry  medium onion in 10ml olive oil, till golden ·  add garlic and herbs and spices ·  Add cut in half cherry tomatoes and leave with lid on , low heat to cook down ·  Add frozen spinach , still cooking low till spinach defrost ·  Leave five minutes more to cook through ·  Add tin of  sardines with tomatoes sauce and cook 5 more minutes ·  Add a little hot water if necessary water ·  SERVING SUGGESTION....a little apple cidar vinegar to compliment the fish ·  HERE ARE SEVEN HEALTH BENEFITS OF QUINOA: · ·  1. Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat. ·  2. Quinoa contains almost twice as much fibre as most other grains. ·  3. Quinoa contains Iron. ·  4. Quinoa contains lysine. Lysine is mainly essential for tissue growth and repair. · ·  5. Quinoa is rich in magnesium · ·  6. Quinoa is high in Riboflavin (B2). ·  7. Quinoa has a high content of manganese. ·  Quinoa info from this link ·  http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-4994/7-Benefits-of-Quinoa-The-Supergrain-of-the-Future.html.
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November 24th is National Sardine Day. They might be packed with water, oil, tomato sauce or even mustard but they have been cleaned and cooked and are packed in an airtight container and are ready for you to eat.  Some people are afraid to even taste these small, silver fish but sardines have a delicious taste that is loved by millions across the United States.  This is their special day, and they are celebrated each year on November 24 on National Sardines Day. 🐟 .*. Every morning a different mug while I have my coffee. ☕ .*. This is an old one, but it cracks me up #sardineeater #fish #sardines #food #comic  #IGDaily #PhotoOfTheDay #ArtOfTheDay #Caffeine #Cafe #GoodMorning #Smile #Coffee #CoffeeTime #CoffeeCupArt #CoffeeBreak # CoffeeLover #CoffeeMug #Mug #Gallery #DrinkMoreCoffee #DailyMug # CupOfCoffee #MugOfTheDay #Muggings  #MugShots #Love  #Humor #Funny  #LOL  #LMAO #HAHA
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We have Napoleon to thank for canned sardines, but who can we thank for getting these treasures to Nineteenth Century Settler outposts, so that the Jewish community had fish in mustard sauce for shabbos, in their new world, where fresh fish had become a memory? Our man, Smous: (The following extract is from Jewish News, November 2015.) The footsore smous, the itinerant trader who trudged and trundled between farmsteads selling all manner of articles to farmers and their families, has become a figure of legend within South African Jewish memory.  Itinerant commerce was often a rite of passage for Jewish men newly arrived from eastern Europe. It offered several attractions to young immigrants with few material resources: independence and self-employment, the prospect of advancement through hard work, and the promise of eventually owning a store. It worked as an engine of migration and mobility, drawing immigrants deep into the South African interior. And it acted as an engine of economic mobility.  Although Jews were not the first to traipse the South African  countryside in search of customers, they were prime beneficiaries of the vast expansion of rural markets during and after the discovery of diamonds and gold. With much exaggeration, a wit identified the four stages of peddling by Jews as “1st, ‘Mit a pack on his back’; 2nd, ‘Mit a horse and wagon’; 3rd, ‘Mit a store’; 4th, ‘Mit a bank or bankrupt’.” Yet for every plutocrat who began as a plodding peddler, legions more became modest storekeepers in small towns across South Africa.  #sardinesinmustard #smous #jewishfoodhistory #southafricanfoodhistory #eatinggrahamstownonfoot #sardines #smoushistory #tinnedfish #instafood #sardine_eater #SardineEater
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November 24th is National Sardine Day. They might be packed with water, oil, tomato sauce or even mustard but they have been cleaned and cooked and are packed in an airtight container and are ready for you to eat.  Some people are afraid to even taste these small, silver fish but sardines have a delicious taste that is loved by millions across the United States.  This is their special day, and they are celebrated each year on November 24 on National Sardines Day. 🐟 .*. Every morning a different mug while I have my coffee. ☕ .*. This is an old one, but it cracks me up #sardineeater #fish #sardines #food #comic  #IGDaily #PhotoOfTheDay #ArtOfTheDay #Caffeine #Cafe #GoodMorning #Smile #Coffee #CoffeeTime #CoffeeCupArt #CoffeeBreak # CoffeeLover #CoffeeMug #Mug #Gallery #DrinkMoreCoffee #DailyMug # CupOfCoffee #MugOfTheDay #Muggings  #MugShots #Love  #Humor #Funny  #LOL  #LMAO #HAHA
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We have Napoleon to thank for canned sardines, but who can we thank for getting these treasures to Nineteenth Century Settler outposts, so that the Jewish community had fish in mustard sauce for shabbos, in their new world, where fresh fish had become a memory? Our man, Smous: (The following extract is from Jewish News, November 2015.) The footsore smous, the itinerant trader who trudged and trundled between farmsteads selling all manner of articles to farmers and their families, has become a figure of legend within South African Jewish memory.  Itinerant commerce was often a rite of passage for Jewish men newly arrived from eastern Europe. It offered several attractions to young immigrants with few material resources: independence and self-employment, the prospect of advancement through hard work, and the promise of eventually owning a store. It worked as an engine of migration and mobility, drawing immigrants deep into the South African interior. And it acted as an engine of economic mobility.  Although Jews were not the first to traipse the South African  countryside in search of customers, they were prime beneficiaries of the vast expansion of rural markets during and after the discovery of diamonds and gold. With much exaggeration, a wit identified the four stages of peddling by Jews as “1st, ‘Mit a pack on his back’; 2nd, ‘Mit a horse and wagon’; 3rd, ‘Mit a store’; 4th, ‘Mit a bank or bankrupt’.” Yet for every plutocrat who began as a plodding peddler, legions more became modest storekeepers in small towns across South Africa.  #sardinesinmustard #smous #jewishfoodhistory #southafricanfoodhistory #eatinggrahamstownonfoot #sardines #smoushistory #tinnedfish #instafood #sardine_eater #SardineEater
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Σαρδέλες φορ έβα και ξανά! Αυτή τη φορά δε σου τις δείχνω μόνες τους, μη βαρεθείς κιόλας. Οι σαρδέλες είναι ψητές και παντρεμένες, και οι σαλάτες δίπλα είναι η μία με κράνα και καρύδια, και η άλλη με κάσιους και αποξηραμένα σύκα. Πολύ το ευχαριστήθηκα το ελαφρύ μου γεύμα σήμερα, και είχε ακόμα καλοκαιρινό καιρό! ________________________ #paleo #paleomeal #paleolunch #paleofish #paleosalad #paleo_koritso #diningalfresco #greekpaleo #mediterraneanpaleo #paleofood #paleoeating #paleolovr #paleoasfuck #healthylunch #sardines #sardinesintheoven #evoo #healthysalad #healthyeatinghabits #greek_Gastronaut #δίαιτα #διατροφή #σαρδέλες #ελαιόλαδο #σαλάτα #sardineeater
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Pranzi di domenica in famiglia 💙 Puro Amore 🐟🐚🐡 Dopo mesi in Sardegna siamo tornati vicino alla mia famiglia e come sempre vicino al mare! Oggi pranzo di mare: ceviche di merluzzo preparato dalla mamma, gamberi con aglio e prezzemolo e gamberi in stile asiatico e cannolicchi grazie a @nyamnyamtime, sardine in saor (ricetta della nonna Antonia), calamari fritti, peperoni e acciughe, insalate di finocchio e arancie e favette con menta e vinaigrette!! Un vero banchetto per l'ultimo fine settimana dell'estate 🐟🐚🐡! Buona domenica a tutti!  #LaCocinadeVillanovaTeam  #LaCocinadeVillanovaTeam #SardineEater #Sardines #Ceviche #GambasAlAjillo #Pimientos #Anchoas #Gambas #SundayLunch #Family #SpanishFood #AsianFood #ItalianFood #ThatsOurFamily 💙 #foodFoto #Foodpic #foodies #Dominguerismo #AmorPuro #SeaFood #IgersCatalunya #CatalanExperience
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Sardines are an excellent source of Omega 3, Calcium and Protein. A single portion can provide 350mg Calcium. So important for anyone on a dairy free diet or at risk of osteoporosis.🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟 Lightly break up the sardines with a fork, add chopped red onion, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, broccoli florets, lettuce and a squeeze of lemon. Enjoy in a toasted pitta pocket or roll up a spoonful of salad in a large lettuce leaf. Good gluten free pittas available now. 🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟🍋🐟 #sardines #sardineeater #fish #oilyfish #omega3 #healthyfats #protein #healthylunchideas #lunchbox #glutenfreelunch #glutenfree #dairyfree #calcium #nutritiousanddelicious #foodintolerance #preventosteoporosis #healthyheart #salad #5aday #pitta #mediterraneandiet
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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHlN3KRhuo0/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">Sardines put some people off but they are actually quite a healthy, tasty and versatile fish. They have a mild flavor that can be enjoyed by itself or blended as part of a bigger dish. Today we made an onion and sardines flat bread that brought out the best of the sardine flavors while maintaining all its health benefits. Recipe coming soon! #LaSirenaFoods #sardines #sardineeater #omega3 #healthyingredients #healthylife

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHeg5mmg6NB/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">These radishes from my mum's garden go perfectly with my sardines for lunch today. Marinated in toasted sesame oil, rice vinegar and rice syrup, they lend a tart sweetness to the oiliness of the sardines @agnetaruuth  #sardineEater #radish #healthyfood #healthy

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHiMFHiBGmb/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">I do eat fish! My initial reason for cutting out meat and dairy out of my diet came from experiencing a massive amount of personal suffering and not wanting any other being to have to suffer like I have. I then started to feel the incredible health benefits of avoiding these foods and replacing them with more produce. I spent years in so much pain that I could hardly leave my bedroom, and I will not support any industry that has any being cramped in small spaces and suffering. This includes dairy. The newest technology involves cows never going outside, and utters so full they nearly hit the ground (trust me, members of my extended family own a dairy farm and it is horrifying). Calves are ripped from their mothers when they're born and the boys are sold for veal. Technology is not synonymous with advancement. Admittedly, I am not extremely well informed on the topic of fish, but i do know that they do live a free life and suffer only briefly at their death so that we (I) can consume them. I don't eat large fish like tuna that are at the top of the food chain whose capture leads to the destruction of our ecosystems. Also, fish don't take care of their young; If I'm not eating somebody's kid, I'm fine with it. Although I feel passionately about reducing suffering by not eating meat and dairy, I also respect people's food choices. If I refused to coexist with meat eaters, I'd have no family and barely any friends, haha. I also understand that our connection to food runs deep, and that if I preach, I could be insulting someone's culture, their lifestyle and their parents. This is the philosophy that jives with my moral compass.  Im having a gorgeous picnic in Trinity Bellwoods right now and onto some yoga after I digest. 😊 Amazing new travelling knife by @theopinelproject from @oldfaithfulshop with a safety feature. Sardines (jam packed with omega 3s and tons more nutritive goodness!), Dijon mustard, chopped onion, and capers, mashed with a fork on a sourdough bun from a Portuguese bakery in my hood called Nova Era. So amazingly satisfying. #pescatarian #fish #sardines #SardineEater #omega3 #sandwich #picnic #trinitybellwoods #moralphilosophy #🎣 #compassion #health

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHhZ82Rg_HN/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">#restaurant scene in #Tulum is trendy and very cool. You get the food - cocktails - ambience -service quality equaled to restaurants in NYC or SF. With slightly to much-better prices.  Arca yesterday won my heart so far not just because of the food high quality (fresh - perfectly flavored) but the soulful playlist that makes you want to stay there endless. 🍽 On the plate: seared #sardines with white beans purée and greens in some yummy vinaigrette. All local. #sardineEater

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHaQl5sgWNp/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">Bon appétit IG! Some sardines, mushrooms, avocado and princess beans for me tonight. High protein and healthy fats, low carb. A perfect dinner, I say. :-) #trainlikeagirl #nocompromise #noexcuses #bodybuilding #bootybuilding #sardines #paleogirl #paleo #motivation #dedication #determination #coralelectra #gymislife #gym #gymrats #fitfam #fitfemme #fitlifestyle #healthylifestyle #icaniwill #girlswholift #sardineeater

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BHNeAJ3BEaa/" style=" color:#000; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap:break-word;" target="_blank">I'm taking it to a whole new level today snacking on @vitalchoice sardines. If you're in the market for canned seafood, check out their salmon bellies as well. They are both surprisingly good and a great source of protein.  Sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, calcium,  potassium, iron, selenium, vitamins B6, B12, E & K.  How do you eat sardines? I need some ideas other than straight out of the tin! #brainfood #vitalchoice #sardines #sardineeater

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