What is the best way to make a tuna fish sandwich?

Jul 13, 2005
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I am a simpleton when it xcomes to tuna fish!
I like a good quality tuna fish and just some celery and mayonnaise!
 
Nov 30, 2004
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Seared ahi tuna steak with a bit of wasabi and raw onion
 
Feb 26, 2006
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Eeeeewwww! I love tuna...sashimi/sushi, grilled ahi steaks, etc...but the canned crap? No thanks.
 

whm1974

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With onion, black olives, relish, mustard, Miracle Whip, garlic powder, black pepper, and chopped bandana pepper.
 
Feb 26, 2006
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With onion, black olives, relish, mustard, Miracle Whip, garlic powder, black pepper, and chopped bandana pepper.
I think you mean banana pepper...
 
Jun 19, 2004
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All those who eat miracle whip are tools of the devil and shall forever be tormented by the flames of hell.
 

whm1974

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All those who eat miracle whip are tools of the devil and shall forever be tormented by the flames of hell.
Normally I would agree but it does make for good tuna salad. And it is also way better then Mayo.
 
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1 take can of cat food out of cupboard, throw it in the trash
2 go to Jersey Mike's and buy a proper sandwich with Salami, proscuitto, pepperoni, ham, mortadella, tomatoes onions lettuce and oil and vinegar.
 

whm1974

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1 take can of cat food out of cupboard, throw it in the trash
2 go to Jersey Mike's and buy a proper sandwich with Salami, proscuitto, pepperoni, ham, mortadella, tomatoes onions lettuce and oil and vinegar.
Canned Tuna isn't catfood and it is quite suitable for Human consumption.
 

whm1974

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The main issue I have with consuming Tuna regularly, besides the mercury, is my concern with overfishing fisheries.
 

Ken g6

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Tuna, mayo, and dill pickles. :D
 
Jan 12, 2005
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The main issue I have with consuming Tuna regularly, besides the mercury, is my concern with overfishing fisheries.
Plus its dry as fuck. God knows what they do to it between it being actual tuna thats tender and pleasant tasting and that dry indigestible crap that smells like a cats arse.
Fresh tunas worth the mercury hit now and again, canned tunas just nasty and poisonous.
 

whm1974

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Plus its dry as fuck. God knows what they do to it between it being actual tuna thats tender and pleasant tasting and that dry indigestible crap that smells like a cats arse.
Fresh tunas worth the mercury hit now and again, canned tunas just nasty and poisonous.
I disagree as the store brand Tuna in oil I have on hand isn't dry at all and tastes fairly decent despite being oil.
 
Feb 14, 2002
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Plus its dry as fuck. God knows what they do to it between it being actual tuna thats tender and pleasant tasting and that dry indigestible crap that smells like a cats arse.
Fresh tunas worth the mercury hit now and again, canned tunas just nasty and poisonous.
Don't get tuna in water. Tuna in oil is not dry and tastes better. But I stopped eating tuna sandwich. I find that boring.
 

whm1974

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Don't get tuna in water. Tuna in oil is not dry and tastes better. But I stopped eating tuna sandwich. I find that boring.
I used to get tuna in water and add a little bit of olive oil to it. Should have brought some canned in olive oil when I was last at Walmart.
 
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I used to get tuna in water and add a little bit of olive oil to it. Should have brought some canned in olive oil when I was last at Walmart.
I buy the cheapest oil tuna. Which means it's never in olive oil. The ones I have are packed in soybean oil and vegetable broth. I use tuna to add flavoring so any cheap tuna in oil is fine. Last week I mixed tuna in vinegar sushi rice with diced carrots, toasted walnuts, sesame seeds and stuffed it in fried bean curd pockets. The fried and soy sauce marinated tofu outer pocket gives it sweet and slightly salty, meaty savory flavor and texture while the vinegar sushi rice with tuna gives it nice fishy vinegar flavor and soft texture. It works really well and this sushi dish is simple to make at home.
 

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