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tuna power

spaceman

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back on the tuna kick.
had half a can dry yesterday, it was tuna-ee
really fills me up and stays with me.
i think im going to have another half can or maybe a whole one before i mow the lawn today.

 

IceBergSLiM

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Jul 11, 2000
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Originally posted by: The Cornballer
back on the tuna kick.
had half a can dry yesterday, it was tuna-ee
really fills me up and stays with me.
i think im going to have another half can or maybe a whole one before i mow the lawn today.
plain out of the can? ughhh
 

Ns1

No Lifer
Jun 17, 2001
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i like my tuna over a small pile of rice with ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce thx
 

spaceman

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Originally posted by: IcebergSlim
Originally posted by: The Cornballer
back on the tuna kick.
had half a can dry yesterday, it was tuna-ee
really fills me up and stays with me.
i think im going to have another half can or maybe a whole one before i mow the lawn today.
plain out of the can? ughhh
yeah i dont do mayo.
 

robphelan

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Aug 28, 2003
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Originally posted by: The Cornballer
Originally posted by: IcebergSlim
Originally posted by: The Cornballer
back on the tuna kick.
had half a can dry yesterday, it was tuna-ee
really fills me up and stays with me.
i think im going to have another half can or maybe a whole one before i mow the lawn today.
plain out of the can? ughhh
yeah i dont do mayo.

i agree.. i love it out of the can.. it's a bit dry, so make sure you have something handy to drink!
 

spaceman

Lifer
Dec 4, 2000
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the stuff just keeps me going.
i know the mercury warnings and what have you...but really after i eat it i feel stronger with more sustained energy
esp vs say fast food or something
 

sdifox

No Lifer
Sep 30, 2005
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Originally posted by: The Cornballer
the stuff just keeps me going.
i know the mercury warnings and what have you...but really after i eat it i feel stronger with more sustained energy
esp vs say fast food or something
heavy metal are called heavy for a reason :D
 

Cerpin Taxt

Lifer
Feb 23, 2005
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I've been getting serious about lifting and trying to build muscle, so I try to eat a tuna fish sandwich everyday for lunch using a whole can of tuna. Great protein.

My diet is actually really simple, as far as prepared foods go.

Eggs and oatmeal in the morning.
Tuna fish sandwich for lunch with some fruit
Chicken breast, brown rice and vegetables for dinner.

In between I supplement with meal replacement shakes.
 

vi edit

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Oct 28, 1999
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Originally posted by: Garth
I've been getting serious about lifting and trying to build muscle, so I try to eat a tuna fish sandwich everyday for lunch using a whole can of tuna. Great protein.

My diet is actually really simple, as far as prepared foods go.

Eggs and oatmeal in the morning.
Tuna fish sandwich for lunch with some fruit
Chicken breast, brown rice and vegetables for dinner.

In between I supplement with meal replacement shakes.
Just be careful. Diets like that are so damn boring it's very easy to stray away. And you usually don't wind up supplementing with very healthy choices.

 

PepePeru

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Jul 21, 2005
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i'll make mac & cheese and put a can of tuna in when i add the milk, butter and 'cheese' powder.
its like a tuna melt, its not too bad.
 

jersiq

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May 18, 2005
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Originally posted by: G Wizard
i'll make mac & cheese and put a can of tuna in when i add the milk, butter and 'cheese' powder.
its like a tuna melt, its not too bad.
Me too,yummy.
Although when I prep it this way I don't put ketchup on my Mac and Cheese.
When the Mac & Cheese is without tuna, it's ketchup time!!!
 

nakedfrog

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Apr 3, 2001
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Originally posted by: The Cornballer
Originally posted by: Phokus
tuna w/ no mayo? Ewww.
nothing with mayo
i havent eaten mayo in almost 20 yrs.
mayo=eww
It hasn't been that long for me, because I've occasionally eaten some on accident. I wish it had been 20 years, though.
 

nakedfrog

No Lifer
Apr 3, 2001
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Originally posted by: G Wizard
i'll make mac & cheese and put a can of tuna in when i add the milk, butter and 'cheese' powder.
its like a tuna melt, its not too bad.
I always added the tuna right after it was done being cooked.
 

Quasmo

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Jul 7, 2004
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I just bought 4 pounds of yellow tail tuna for $16 I cant wait to bite into that.
 

GrantMeThePower

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Jun 10, 2005
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I dont do the mayo thing either, but a bit of mustard or lemon juice or cheese or something to make it less dry is always nice. tuna is good!
 

wnangle

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I eat a lot of fish, including Tuna. I prefer to only eat the Albicore Tuna. I also purchase it at either Sams or Costco. Not all the Albicore tuna tastes the same. Try different brands and you will notice a slightly different taste. I prefer Star Kist. I also prefer my Tuna in oil instead of water. Obviously just my preference. I many times just open a can and eat it down. YUM! If I have time, a bed of torn lettace and perhaps some thousand island dressing.
 

effowe

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Nov 1, 2004
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Pretty much the only tuna I eat is Genova Tonno Tuna. It's yellowfin tuna packed in olive oil, and it's out of this world. Check the reviews at Amazon, people pretty much live by this stuff. I know they sell it at Trader Joe's so if you have one nearby pick up a couple cans, you wont be disappointed.
 

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