Your email address will not be published. I am actually making a pink salmon salad for my ‘work day’ today. Lesson learned, but still gross. I like capers and onions and lemon..yummmm. Portside is a competitor, but canned salmon people are pretty civilized bunch, due, possibly to all calming nutritional benefits of this great food, so it is a friendly competition. the other night I made ‘Tuna Noodle casserole,’ complete with Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup with salmon and it was delicious, quick and cheap and nourishing…, I love pink pride wild Alaska pink salmon out of the can with capers,,,,,I can’t get enough, Canned wild Alaska salmon is darned good stuff, and so great for health & happiness that comes from health! I love your article. What a delicious combination. Not sure, I scrapped off the skin, chopped it up and put it in a pan for 10 minutes. Mix a can of salmon with two or three fresh eggs and scramble it in a pan. Nowhere on the can did is say “cooked”. When asked her secret to long life she said “Double Q salmon out of the can with crackers.” I went out that day and started buying cans to eat. Do you know if StarKist wild Alaskan salmon is flash frozen at sea then defrosted before canning and cooking, as is done with tuna, etc? Enjoyed all the comments but didn’t read anything about the oil in the canned salmon. In addition, it is skinless as well. Got to be excellent for health. It may be that that little addition to the can costs was not deemed worth it. If you're cooking canned salmon, remove the large round bones, as the finer ones disappear during cooking, according to Dana Jacobi, author of "12 Best Foods Cookbook." Salmon mixed with scrambled eggs is yummy too! I mix two eggs, 1 cup panko bread crumbs, 1/2 cup fresh parsley, T-garlic salt, 1/2-T black pepper and mix with 1 sauteed onion and red pepper. I cannot speak for the tuna, but I can provide you with the following. I eat at least 45 oz. As others have noted, you can’t tell the bones and skin are in the salmon as they are extremely soft. They are very soft. Appreciate this because tonight opened my first can of red sockeye salmon and admit it – I was grossed out! Then I mixed it with the mayo and made a sandwich. If there wasn’t enough to go around my family of 7, Mom would make salmon loaf. You paint quite picture with your words. I don’t think it makes much of a difference nutritionally, myself, and I prefer ThinkPink over Redhead. I think I will recycle the post because it deserves another go-around. Love salmon. Also drained the liquid before researching on computer. Other of us, often, ironically, from the salmon rich west coast, are puzzled, if not repelled by the presence of those highly nutritious anatomical parts that we mostly do not see in today’s highly processed foods. “Jim Zuanich ate at least 3.5 ounces of Redhead or Thinkpink a day for 23 days at which time he had his blood mercury levels tested. Click on collection you would like to add this tip to or create. My grandpa used to eat it from the can after first letting Italian dressing soak into it. Our no salt added traditional pack Redhead sockeye salmon and ThinkPink pink salmon have the same amount of sodium that the Trader Joe’s brand you identify. Guess everything in the can is OK to eat + being good for you. Just a half cup of canned salmon contains 290mg of calcium – but you must eat the bones to get the calcium. How much salt in a 6 oz can. Thanks! Canned salmon is a nutritious food packed with omega-3s. There is easily enough for a second sandwich, so I will look forward to that, now I know there are no food safety risks. Finely chop celery, add salmon, whether Redhead (sockeye) or Thinkpink (pink) salmon, squeeze on lemon and put on a dollop of cocktail sauce. Yum! Now I’m going to turn the remaining 7 cans over, although I think their days of shelf sitting are numbered! Give salmon and eggs a try. 292 Reviews. I assume Portside is a competitor, but they owe you a loyal customer next time you see them at the Canned Salmon Conference and Exposition, if there is such a thing. There is simply not an easier, better protein source than canned Alaska salmon. I love wild caught Alaskan canned red (sockeye) salmon. Just open the can, maybe squeeze on some lemon, and fork on! Get more calcium-rich eating tips via Penn State! They are soft and delicious and healthy! My favorite that I’ve been eating for 40 years: salmon n’ eggs. She’s gone, but reading articles like this whisks me right back to the kitchen, and I can see me watching her. I have had the patties all my life I am 61 and we also scramble it in a pan add 1 o2 eggs and juice from the can salt and pepper it is real good this way. ), here’s a tip for you: crush the bones with your fingers when breaking up the salmon. I did not understand why ‘digestibility’ would be a nice feature of my favorite food, but as I age I have come to understand some things, actually many things, I did not before in my callow youth. Thanks! The one thing I just noticed is that the cans just recently stopped saying “Alaska” on the tops. Is the answer you were seeking? The bones in canned salmon are edible, as well as a rich source of calcium. Interesting, ‘ay? Use canned salmon for casseroles, sandwich fillings, salmon patties or salads. Crown Prince Natural Pink Salmon - Low … How long can and open can of salmon stay in the refrigerator… And i can defintely you say eat it from the can…can i also use the blue can to make salmon cakes? Two 7.5 oz cans? I’ve always loved salmon patties and am now eating it as is from the can. Traditional pack salmon has nearly double the long chain omega 3 fatty acids as skinless and boneless canned salmon fillets (which are delicious, too) and also provides calcium due to the presence of the bone. Put it on white bread for a sandwich or eat it by the spoon and take a bite of the bread. Please leave the skin & bones in situ – it’s wonderful. I split the difference. As for the California prop 65, I cannot speak to the particulars of that law, but I am surprised to hear such a statement would appear on can of Alaska pink salmon.