- The game name refers to sardines tightly packed in a can. (Wiktionary)
“Bijoux, I'm so glad you liked it (and I actually made this with sardines from the island too!).”
“But adding more fuel to an already blazing fire was the overfishing of anchovies and—more critically—pilchards also called sardines, the preferred prey of these seabirds.”
“Nowhere does the Codex Alimentarius state or even imply that these species of fish cannot be called sardines until they are canned.”
“With her proclamation that "the fish aren't called sardines until they are in the can," I realized that the highly esteemed Kate had most likely extrapolated her information from an article by the even more highly esteemed Charles Reichblum aka "Dr. Knowledge™" that appeared in the Boston Globe and online last month.”
“They offer us a form of transport where people are packed in Like sardines, which is confined to narrow lines and is in danger of grinding to a halt at any moment at the behest of some horny handed trade unionist.”
“Thanks, Cuban revolution, for until today the Yankee shark has not remembered the Latin American sardines.”
“It is certain that many so-called sardines are pilchards -- and some are sprats.”
“Locals suggested that high winds might have pushed the fish -- initially reported to be anchovies, but later identified as sardines -- into the marina south of Los Angeles.”
“Farmed tuna that use wild-caught fish (primarily Pacific bluefin tuna) for stock, which are then raised in pens and fed small fish such as sardines, are sought-after for sushi due to the higher oil content of the fish.”
“However, not all omega-3s are equal: the most powerful, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), are found in oily fish, such as sardines and salmon.”
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