How Do I Get Rid of the Taste of Sardines?
Sardines are super healthy for you as they are high in protein and loaded with the good Omega-3 fats that help reduce inflammation. I'd like to eat more but whenever I eat a can of these, the taste kinda sticks with me for the rest of the day. Is there something I can eat to eliminate this fishy aftertaste?
Sure... eat a complete, fresh jalepaneo pepper right after you finish the sardines. I assure you... you'll forget the sardines and care not a whit what your breath smells like!!!........
pair it with something. try eating crackers with it, bread, down a lot of water or maybe have a beer. all of those have worked for me.
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