Monday, April 18, 2011

King Oscar Sardines

King Oscar Sardines

King Oscar has been producing the world’s finest sardines for over 100 years. But did you know that sardines aren’t actually a fish species – sardines become sardines through a traditional processing method. As many as 11 different species of fish are used to make sardines around the world. At King Oscar, they use remarkably tiny and tender brisling caught wild in the pristine Norwegian fjords and the North Sea, as well as sild and other small fish netted in the Baltic Sea. For superior quality, each and every one of our sardines is packed by hand. Healthy for your heart and your whole body, sardines are a top source of Omega-3’s, protein, calcium, and vitamins B12 and D.

I have never even opened this container of sardines to taste them ... but I did enjoy sardines in Antibes and Nice, France ... Mmmm ...

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Blogger suzannepaints said...

Lovely. Wonderful notes on your paintings.

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