John West Boneless Sardines in Tomato Sauce Reviews
Product Type: John West Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... bit like anchovies but that wasn't the case at all. Inside the tin was about 4 or 5 massive chunks of fish, they looked ... more
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John West Boneless Sardines in Tomato Sauce 95g
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by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I bought some of these a while ago to eat while my husband is at work, as I find it difficult cooking for one person and someone recommended these to me, saying that they were quite tasty and very good for you. A tin this size costs about 90p, I think you can get alternative sauces, but I went for tomato as it's the most common. I like fish, but had no idea what to expect when I opened the tin, I thought they might look a bit like anchovies but that wasn't the case at all. Inside the tin was about 4 or 5 massive chunks of fish, they looked really big to how I had imagined them. The tin comes with a really handy ring pull, I think if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/09 (Very useful, 238 readings)
I love sardines in tomato sauce but I don't like picking the bones out. I'm not one of those people who can merrily mash the bones into the sardines and eat them so in the past I've spent a good 15 minutes carefully pulling out all the bones before I eat the sardines which not only takes time but is messy. When I first saw these John West Boneless Sardines I thought it was brilliant that they'd finally realised we don't like bones! Sardines are rich in omega 3 which is a healthy fat. Omega 3 is good for the skin, brain and eyes, has been found to offer some protection against Alzheimers Disease, reduces heart disease, blood clots, lowers blood pressure, ... Read the complete review
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