Brislings Sardines are a small fish, tipically, caught, caught, canned, and imported from Scotland or Norway.
OK, I’ll say the word…. sardine. Sardines include several types of fish
and I know many will say “yuk”. You picture the football guy sitting in
the recliner with beer and sardines.
The strong fishy smell turns many off. It doesn’t have to be that way.
The small Brislings have a light smell and taste and are packed full of great nutrition
Brislings are a huge anti-inflammatory and are zero on the Glycemic Load Index.
High in Niacin and Calcium, and packed with Protein, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Phosphorus and Selenium. Just like salmon it’s a great source of Omega-3s.Omega-3s help lower cholesterol. Fish is an important part of our diet and should be included. I always choose wild caught varieties.
Size matters when it comes to sardines, the smaller the better, and Brislings fall into this smaller category. You won’t find the strong fishy smell and taste here. I find them sweet and delectable and more than a snack just out of the can. Believe it or not you can find all sorts of recipes for the little fish.
I would bet if you like fish and in the past you didn’t care for sardines you will like Brislings. Some brands are pricy but you will find them at an affordable price too.
Overall Sardines are high in their anti-inflammatory effect. For those who have to keep
track of their sugar intake the Glycemic Load is zero.
Do you know Alton Brown from Good Eats on the Food Network? He has a
sardine and avocado sandwich you'll find pretty good.
Take a look at the recipe: