Sardine

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Canned FoodPlay
Sardines are commonly sold in cans and known for their convenience and long shelf life. SlideLet's buy a few cans of sardines for the camping trip.
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Culinary UsagePlay
Used in various recipes, sardines can be grilled, smoked, or added to pasta and salads. SlideI'm making a salad with sardines and fresh tomatoes.
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Health BenefitsPlay
Sardines are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for heart health. SlideMy doctor recommended eating sardines for my heart.