fish in can not bad, I hear.
Again ,these can just diverge into so many opions.
You will die some day either way and eating meat in a can won't take years off your life. And if it does - your dead.
Meat from places like Whole Foods and organic free range whatever is much more expensive.
I have mackeral in a can too and have not figured a way to use it, except throw it on greens, like I do with salmon and tuna in a can. With some mustard + red wine vinegar + olive oil homade dressing.
Walnuts make every salad better.
When cooking meat, use the higher end of temp, like 450 f, and burner on Med-hi to Hi, think Brown and Sear and Roast, not warm up.
For Omelletee and Scrambled eggs, start low, (i stir in pan, no need to waste a separate bowl). for Scrambled cooking too hi too early can give you watery and rubbery eggs. Gradually increase heat as it thickens. Go to Mediumk and begin folding and folding and folding, making it multiple layers as the liquid turns to thin layers. Dont do all the chopping of the eggs up until right at the end, or after its on your plate. Leave a litte sheen, dont overcook and dry them out. By the end the pan should be on Hi and you are constantly flipping and folding.
I make the best Scrambled Eggs on this site.
And you should have Thanked me to. I did offer some idea
Lets stop ruining every thread with personal founded or not ideas of what a person needs to eat to fit your perfect diet. /rant