Wild Planet – February 26, 2015 Andrew, thank you so much for the comment. Mar 4, 2020 - Explore Wild Planet Foods's board "Sardine Recipes", followed by 1536 people on Pinterest. Our sardine cans are 4.375 oz or 125 grams which is slightly over 2.5 servings and management chose 2.5 servings rather than “slightly over 2 servings”, 2.23, or whole can content. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Related >>>> Wild Planet Brand Ambassador Recipe RoundUp (Opens in a new browser tab) 20 Ways to Eat A Sardine . And for only 73 calories per 2 ounces (in water, 110 calories … See more ideas about Sardine recipes, Sardines, Recipes. Yvonne, Thank you for the amazing review! 2 Wild Planet Wild Sardines. Wild Planet Foods does not currently test … Wild Planet Sardines in Marinara contain 350 mg of potassium per 125 g serving. Extracted purposefully from the Pacific Ocean near California using purse-seine fishing methods, they do not contribute to habitat destruction. Currently unavailable. The most favorite way to eat sardines is “straight out of the can.” Nine through 20 are from the Wild Planet recipe book that I have. Wild Sardines: Ounce per ounce, Wild Planet sardines provide more calcium and phosphorous than milk, more iron than spinach, more potassium than coconut water and bananas, and as much protein as one steak. Distinct smoked flavor without excessive fishiness makes these sardines palatable to all sorts of eaters. One can of Wild Planet Sardines contains 313mg EPA and 688mg DHA Omega 3 and contain Q10 (CoQ10). Another option for sustainable, guilt free indulgence is the Wild Planet Sardines in extra virgin olive oil. 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,431 ratings. Wild Planet Wild Sardines in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Lightly Smoked - 4.4oz Can (Pack of 12) Brand: Wild Planet.