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Lemon-Herb Sardine Salad

Recipe photo courtesy of Bryan Gardner

Get your dose of healthy oils with this lemony sardine mix over lettuce.

Source: Whole Living, January/February 2013
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  • MundoFerpecto
    26 FEB, 2013
    I guess tuna it is?
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  • MundoFerpecto
    26 FEB, 2013
    what other rich fish can we replace the sardine with? Im also not a big fan of mackerel... suggestions?
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  • sharonah
    20 FEB, 2013
    i'm obsessed with this recipe- as another person said this is my new tuna salad. i want to eat this every day!
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  • Kakuda
    17 FEB, 2013
    I really tried to like this salad and most of the flavors I do enjoy. I couldn't get passed the sardines though. I probably should have used skinless and the package said boneless, but I still found some spine in there. Gross. I thought they were skinless too, but by the time I was home and opened them to find skin I decided it was too late. I can't finish it though. For me it was a mind thing more than a flavor issue.
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  • Terri Trentham Dorris
    15 FEB, 2013
    I was very sceptical about this one and to my suprise I really liked it. I read the reviews on it and I thought , just think tuna. I didn't have capers but I will try this again with the capers. I very excited about doing a fish salad without mayonnaise. This is my new tuna salad :). Haven't found a recipe that do not like yet on this detox.
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  • cmrussell
    9 FEB, 2013
    I was surprised at how good this was! I loved the tangy dijon mustard dressing. I'm not a big fan of celery, but I diced it up pretty finely and it added just the right crunch. I plan to keep this on my lunch menu rotation even after I'm done with the cleanse.
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  • MrsArtTeacher
    4 FEB, 2013
    Wow! I am pleasantly surprised at this recipe. Very light, refreshing, and tasty! I was always afraid of tinned sardines (such a bad reputation) but loved tuna in a can. This really tastes like a nicer tuna...and the lemon and herbs compliment the flavors nicely.
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  • emmacw
    30 JAN, 2013
    I feel I have to stand up for this recipe. To my surprise, it's one of my favorite things on the cleanse! Sardines are full of Omega-3s & calcium (the bones are left in). They also don't have heavy metals or sustainability issues that fish like tuna have. In this recipe, the lemon, mustard & capers balance the fishiness with bright acid, flavor & salt. The celery adds crunch that distracts from the fishy texture. I will be making this all summer long!
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  • browncie
    28 JAN, 2013
    What is the best suggestion for me since I dislike ALL seafood?
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  • MS11526905
    23 JAN, 2013
    I will be using TUNA! I don't like sardines either. Tried them recently, didn't like them. But I am tempted to try again.
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