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Sardines, packed in olive oil, are the perfect on-the-go food.

Lunch is less than five minutes away when you crack open a can of boneless, skinless sardines and arrange them on a plate with a red bell pepper cut into strips, a cucumber cut into coins, and a carrot cut into sticks — with a side of fresh fruit.

With a pleasing amount of oil and a not-too-fishy taste, the sardines are a power food, and the leftover oil from the can is perfect for dipping raw veggies.

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