Travis Rathbone; Styling by Jeanne McDowell and Martha Bernabe We know you dig sardines, that canned fish staple. Sadly, though, it turns out that most reliable seafood-watch groups strongly advise against buying them. They’re overfished, which is threatening not only sardine populations but also Mediterranean food chains. (Low stocks have even forced Pacific sardine fisheries to close temporarily in the past.) Here, a few terrific eat-anytime alternatives. Matiz Gallego Pulpo (Octopus) In Olive Oil This octopus has a firm texture and very mild flavor. It’s an excellent source of both lean protein and B12, which is essential for metabolism health.