2. Sardines (iodine-rich)
Sardines are another fish which are particularly well known for being very rich in iodine by nature – and, if you’ve ever seen the ocean during a sardine run, you’ll appreciate the sheer beauty of it: Thousands upon thousands of silvery fish in the ocean, and the hundreds of boats that show up to the scene to net them. You can find sardines in many forms, and the first one that pops to mind for some people is the type of sardines you get in a can versus freshly caught sardines.
There’s nothing wrong with picking canned sardines – sometimes this is more accessible than freshly caught, they can be stored for a long time, and you can usually find canned sardines in brine or oil – which you pick generally depends on what meal you’re planning to make with it. Check out some internet cooking websites and cooking shows for recipe ideas.