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I thought "CHUM" was the guy you went fishing with

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Another bumblebee man. In water. With a little onion and pickle, best there is on Texas toast. Had to get that Texas part in for Conan.
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Another bumblebee man. In water. With a little onion and pickle, best there is on Texas toast. Had to get that Texas part in for Conan.
Texas toast is great with spaghetti. I like it better than that French bread stuff, it's kinda girlie lol.
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I see Polar once in a while, convenience stores, dollar stores sometimes, never thought of it as premium. I appreciate the knowledge, bumble bee as well, seemed too un-tuna-ish a name to be serious tuna, always thought Chicken of the Sea was the best, Starkist had the best commercial and mascot.

The last sardine in mustard sauce i opened only had 2 sardines, will try that brand again just in case it's a fluke (Chicken of the Sea)
Are standards being lowered?
40 years ago the U.S. Federal made the code so less that 1/2 of a can of ham can be ham.
I wonder if the dying seas is coming soon, fukushima is enough to do it.
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A lot of your sardines come from the North Atlantic waters. It's one of Icelands main exports.
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Great to know, i've heard Spanish sardines have the most tuna like flavor.
Are your sardines still packed tight ? I heard it was because the sardines were cheaper than
the oil they put on them.

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Great to know, i've heard Spanish sardines have the most tuna like flavor.
Are your sardines still packed tight ? I heard it was because the sardines were cheaper than
the oil they put on them.
I've never had the Spanish i didn't know there was such a thing. I've only had the Norway and Iceland.
Not a nickels worth of difference between the two country's they are still just a bunch of Mojacks lol.
That's what our military up there called them. Then we were ordered to stop doing that.

Iceland would dump a mound of them on an old runway right by our armory to rot for awhile, the stench was
horrible down wind. Then they would scoop it all up and sell it to cat food company's. They made a lot of
money by doing that.
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sounds like the start of fish sauce.

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There is one thing Iím not doing. That is eating any canned fish from China. And for danged sure no more oysters, the thought of eating something dredged up from the coast of China makes me shudder.

Iíve more trust in any number of third world countries than I do China.


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Starkist for me in water, only use oil when I hike in for the calories or want to use the oil for cooking...
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