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Anchovies (Engraulis ringens), water, and sea salt.
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Reviews For White Anchovies in Water
Based on 11 Reviews
These anchovies are so delicious. I would've never thought that I would ever eat anything like this but now I am addicted to them!!!!!! Best new power food in the world!
- Linda Holmes
A nice switch from sardines
These are definitely tasty without the overly fishy taste of sardines. I was somewhat expecting the kind of anchovies you get that are marinated, but without the marinade of course. These are similar in size to regular sardines. I would have given it four stars for taste, but that would be unfair as they are what they are and a good product. Just not exactly what I was expecting.
Mild flavor, good texture, a lot like good sardines.
Wild Planet white anchovies in water
YUMMY, mild, not too salty, my cat and I eat for breakfast.
a nice change from salty ones. Delicious.
I had no idea that anchovies were not naturally disgustingly salty, as they are on pizza - the only way I've ever known them to be served. These anchovies are actually tasy and make an excellent addition for salad or sandwich!
Great! Excellent in salad - not too fishy
Great taste for a great price. Quality can not be beat at this price, highly recommend.
So happy I tried one
Always happy to try a new fish when found. Always thought of anchovies in the salted form. These White Anchovy are nothing like that. Same look and texture of sardines but taste more like a good tuna. I plan on making a salad, subbing for tuna, in the near future. Excellent as a snack on their own. A must try.
Really like the stuff a lot, and the price sure is right!
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