>costs less than 3 dollars per tin. >16 grams of protein Posted on February 20, 2023 by Anonymous >costs less than 3 dollars per tin >16 grams of protein what's the catch?
$3 for 16 grams of protein
Stinking slimy canned vagina meat
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se7ens never lie
A little fishy pussy stank just gets me hard and aggressive. It’s only bad when it gets that rotten shit salami smell.
Haha you’re fucked bro, one whiff of fish and my dick inverts.
oh hell no, when my girl is ovulating that shit gets funky. it triggers something in my brain to just chimp out when shes on.
A fair bit of oil. Apart from that, nothing.
For me, it's King Oscar™ brand Smoked Herring.
Mash 3 cloves of garlic per can, some Paprikas if you have it, squeeze a few lemons, mash the whole thing with a mortal and pestle and eat with a spoon. Say goodbye to all social interaction for the week but it made me feel like a king
That sounds pretty damned good. Thanks anon. Have a (You).
I prefer this brand. Cheaper and 22 grams of protein. I do question if the olive oil is actual olive oil and not some Sneed oil mixture though.
Decent amount of olive oil is cut with sneed oils anyways, I'd be amazed if it wasn't
they gotta tell that though
If they don't even claim that it's extra virgin than it's not even an olive oil.
I prefer sardines in ater and thwir own juice from fish tales.
It's Nuri for me
from portugal, never heard of that brand the fuck
I'm austrian and they're a cult classic here for some reason. I've heard 50% of all Nuri cans get exported to austria. They're also not sold in portugal if I remember correctly. Try them though if you can get your hands on them, the ones in Hispaniced olive oil are great.
Based. This is the ascended patrician deen selection.
Show your stacks
Thanks. It's a Balmuda toaster, "The Toaster". Japanese. It uses a patented water reservoir to steam the bread during the toasting process. This serves to simultaneously hydrate the bread and prevent burning, allowing for a uniform toast throughout. It's especially renowned for its handling of French sourdoughs. I love to top a thick slice with a thin liver pate from the woman I had over last night, then a Nuri sardine. Delicious.
i read it in the voice anon
Real nice Bateman, now let's see Paul Allen's toaster.
Probably great for reheating pizza
It really is fantastic. A pizza should be yeasty and slightly bready and the Balmuda toaster "The Toaster" uses a special setting to adhere to that. Dried out and brittle pizza is no good, and the Balmuda toaster breathes new life into every slice.
these are kino deenz
very based, very rare, thank you
i thought this was the path, but then i realized 1 can of tuna is 46g protein and almost as cheap. i guess mercury or something matters but they have nice cans with less mercury supposedly, i dont know.
I unironically ate cans of tuna for months straight on end and I'm now full schizo
Eat the light tuna instead of chunk white. The light comes from smaller fishes with less exposure to mercury. Also IMO richer flavor than chunk white.
$3 for 16 grams of protein is fucking shit dude, not to mention you're getting mercury poisoning.
Mercury poisoning typically is more of a risk from larger animals that live longer because they eat so many of the smaller animals. Tuna and salmon are the risk actually.
For some throwaway nonsense comment, you made me immensely sad with this for some reason.
stfu gay, you will eat the babies
>Tuna and salmon are the risk actually.
Salmon is fine because it contains selenium which counters the negative effects of heavy metal toxicity. You're right about other predatory fish though
Most predatory fish are high in selenium.
You mean to say, 'the fish is safe cause thy're low on the foodchain?'
nice bro science retard. they're delicious and sardines are some of the lowest mercury seafood available
Thats right. Prey fish have way less bioaccumulation of metals.
My god, the flavor is orgasmic.
>Over 30 dollars to get a days supply of protein
>What's the catch?
I had a can of these lil bros today with some saltine crackers. Delicious.
Anyone know a good brand who has sardines in water or tomato sauce without any oil? Olive oil ones are way to expensive here in sweden, about 9 dollars for 100g
the local one? ever heard of brislings?
on what planet is this even remotely good?
How do you yall eat them? I like them with bit of toasted French bread and a small cut of pickle. Delicious and cheap, and not a bad nightcap with some red wine.
1 tin of deenz + 4 boiled eggs mashed together with a tiny bit of mayo.
most often toasted bread, dunking it in the oil. I've also eaten them over a bowl of rice which is pretty good too
straight out of the can
Too expensive. I use them to add flavor to my eggs and toast breakfast.
>not liking fish
>not liking seafood
Cholesterol oxidation byproducts increasing your risk of heat disease.
>protein and fat acids from fish "oxidizes" cholesterol
??? Elucidate us on your troll chemistry anon
Canned fish is submitted to processes that may degrade its lipids and form harmful compounds called cholesterol oxidation products (COPs). Samples of Brazilian commercial canned tuna were analyzed to evaluate the influence of different liquid mediums (oil and brine) on the fatty acid composition and formation of COPs. The exchange between fish lipids and the constituents of the covering liquid was highlighted by the high levels of linoleic acid found in tuna conserved in oil. High amounts of COPs were found. However, higher contents of COPs were found in tuna in brine (933.14 to 1914.23 µg/g) than in oil (698.24 to 1167.88 µg/g). This result was mainly promoted by the presence of pro-oxidant elements such as salt, as well as greater heat transfer in brine than in oil. This study showed that canned tuna is a potential source of exogenous COPs, indicating the role of liquid mediums in oxidative processes.
which canned fishy is the least fatt?
The catch is that you're paying like a dollar more per tin for a higher quality product to avoid sneed oil bullshit. King Oscar is appropriately named. It is truly the KING of DEENZ. I prefer pic rel version.
That's just gay, king oscar is better than the cat-food competitors but is nothing versus Nuri and the big boys
Fish processing involves conservation techniques to maintain quality, as well as methods to add value to these foods. The numerous techniques used for the conservation of fish and seafood include refrigeration, freezing, drying, salting, smoking, canning, fermentation, and ionizing irradiation (FAO 2015).
However, according to a large number of studies, these techniques, besides the thermal preparation for consumption, lead to oxidative degradation of cholesterol. These studies have shown a relationship between the presence of polyunsaturated fatty acids and the formation of cholesterol oxides during the processing of fish (Osada and others 1993a; Ohshima and others 1996; Shozen and others 1997; Lee and others 2008; Saldanha and Bragagnolo 2008; Oliveira and Lira 2009; Sancho and others 2011; Cardenia and others 2013a; Medina-Meza and others 2014). Polyunsaturated fatty acids are extremely susceptible to oxidation even under mild environmental conditions, forming free radicals that will accelerate the lipid chain oxidation processes ~~*(Frankel*~~ 1987), yielding COPs.
Do the spines have any micros? Something about eating the spines makes deenz feel like some super health food.
Yes eating spines, nerves, and brain matter are good for you. IIRC they are higher in Magnesium.
Impressive. Very nice. Let's see Paul Allen's protein.
Chicken? Nobody goes there anymore
Surely $5 for a whole rotisserie chicken at Costco must be some pretty good protein for your buck
I bought one for less than 6 bucks and after shredding it got a yield of 1.5 lb of meat
How much chud oil is in rotisserie chicken? I know they inject it with salt or whatever, and coat the exterior with someTHING.
Imagine paying 50¢ per ounce of food
Picrel are my deenz of choice. The upscale brands are tasty but much bigger than I'd prefer. Are there any products out there higher quality than these but the same size or smaller?
As in a smaller tin or smaller sardines?
"Baby sardines" are the key words, but these are the best I've had that are small. Arguably better than Nuri
Is there a way to get them cheap?
No. If you figure it out let me know.
Best I can do on Nuri is worldmarket.com + new signup account 15% discount. Works out to around $4.xx a can
Uber-mega-gigabased. Love their mussels in Galician sauce and their razor clams.
Is 18 grams for 0.90 here.
are there any good japanese brands for deens?
Never heard of them. Portugal/Spain have some of the best deens in the world so it'd be a ways to go. Also Japan loves fresh fish so idk how well it jives.
>not Beach Cliff
Eating those big sardine spines is what I live for. Put that shit on a cracker and load it up with hot sauce.
That's catfood tier. This is patrician deen discussion only.
Ah bro I see you deen
You see, I deen as well
I see you prefer fine flavored deenz
Might I recommend tomato flavor?
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