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Foods high in this mineral include clams, mussels, oysters, sardines, liver, red meat, beans and spinach.
People were packed inside, appropriately enough, like sardines.
Are a lot of your friends in Portugal right now, Instagramming beaches and sardines?
Striped bass are limited to the banks along Whiskey Slough, Inland Drive, and Eight Mile Road with anchovies or sardines.
SACRAMENTO RIVER, Verona to Colusa Fishing for catfish has been good near Verona and Knight’s Landing with chicken liver and sardines taking fish to 15 pounds.
And unlike some stretches of, say, the Italian coastline, there isn't that sensation of being packed in like sardines onto one patch of a rocky beach.
Ideally, Clement said, the center needs donations of sardines, pogies and cigar minnows.
Specifically, the authors looked at responses to questions about how often people ate tuna, salmon, sardines and other fish prepared raw, broiled, steamed or baked.
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