Published in


You Should Be Eating More Canned Fish

Think of it as oceanic charcuterie

Photo: Claudia Totir via Getty Images

Whenever I bring up my love of canned fish, my friends and colleagues morph into picky children.

Canned seafood has a bad reputation in the United States, and it’s not just anecdotal: On an annual basis, the average American consumes about 3.5 pounds of canned seafood, a number that’s been steadily falling over the…




Food from every angle: A publication from Medium x Mark Bittman

Recommended from Medium

A toast to brunch!

12 Best Red Wine Brands in India Perfect For Every Occasion


Real Entrepreneur Stories — Entrepreneur Inspiration

One of my best friends came over to my house today.

The Sugar Tax — Will it Actually Work?

5 Important Food Tech Developments in 2022

Speculate food in 2030

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
David Neimanis

David Neimanis

Brooklyn-based writer, consumer, and tinned fish aficionado www.davidneimanis.com @davidneimanis

More from Medium

Welcome Spring With A New Breakfast Habit

Chopping board full of vegetables and spices

We spend 90% of our time inside — what does that mean for our health?

The Hierarchy of Healthy Vegan Home Cooking

The great soy sauce ordeal