Canned meat won't taste as great as the real thing obviously. But I like adding them to my salad. I'll toss some lemon, chilli flakes, garlic powder and olive oil to make them flavorful. Also good to make quiche or baked savory goods. Great addition to my diet. Seafood without the smell and messy cleaning up
The price does tell a difference, I bought both wild caught (which has a bigger portion and cheaper) and this Alaskan one (which has less portion and more expensive) but the taste of this Alaskan is definitely better, it's not as "chewy" as the wild caught. I support you prefer chewy texture, the wild caught would be a better option.
I eat a lot of canned salmon by virtue of its convenience, health benefits, and taste. This stuff is so easy to mix in with a salad, yogurt... the possibilities are endless. The stuff tastes great. While there's no question that fresh salmon will always taste better over canned, this is a very affordable route to get your fish fix that tastes better than any other sort of canned swimmer. It's a good source of healthy protein, omega-3 fatty acids, certain vitamins like D and B-12, certain minerals (e.g., calcium, phosphorus, selenium), etc. Also, it has one of the lowest mercury contents for fish. The advantage of this particular canned salmon is that it has no added salt.