Mum asks for the correct fish finger portion size for adults – no one can agree

A mum has sparked a fierce debate online over the correct portion size of fish fingers for an adult.

The mum took to the popular forum site Mumsnet to ask the question of exactly how many fish fingers adults should be eating per mealtime

Her query quickly attracted attention, and the thread now has nearly 1,000 comments – with answers ranging from two to 10.

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The Mumsnet thread started when user, Boooooot, asked: “What’s an adult-size portion of fish fingers??”

One fish finger fan commented: “I would have said two was enough!”.

Although not everyone was in agreement, another said: “Two? Two fish fingers for a full-sized human being?! I'd laugh if someone gave me two fish fingers!”.

Another fan explained: “6-8 in our house, teenagers and adults. With peas or baked beans (and sometimes mash). Or 4 in a sandwich (with cucumber and brown sauce).

“We're all a healthy weight but 3 or 4 wouldn't touch the sides!”.

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But now the experts at Birds Eye have set the record straight, saying: “The recommended adult-size portion for their standard Fish Fingers is four fingers.

“For those wanting to opt for something a bit more hearty, Birds Eye recommends two of their Chunky Fish Fingers for an adult-size portion.

“But they stress that children's nutritional needs differ to those of adults, so smaller portion sizes might be more appropriate.

“Remember, it’s recommended that a healthy, balanced diet should include at least 2 portions of fish a week, including 1 of oily fish.”

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