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How do you fix your tuna?

I usally just mix a little relish and fat free mayo in with it, nothing else. I just wanna get a few ideas so it doesn't taste the same all the time.
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I'm no help on this one, I eat it straight outta the can.

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a little spicy mustard tastes good, too!
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a little spicy mustard tastes good, too!
That is damn good in tuna salad. Beleive it or not, a few chunks of an apple chopped up is really good in it along with all the other stuff you would normally put in there. My normal add-ins would be pickles, onion, eggs, and some mayo but sometimes if I have some apples and remember to I will chop some up and throw in.
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mustard only. Good old Frenches. Maybe some wheat thins to go along with.
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Out of the can or I fix it like how Marc does.
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Reading this thread today at work made me come home and make some good old tuna salad. I boiled some eggs, chopped them up along with some onion and pickles and dumped it all into a large bowl so I could mix it up. Then I start opening the can of tuna and realize it is the kind that is stored in vegetable oil. I fucked up at the grocery store last time and didn't pay attention to what I was getting. I absolutely cannot stand tuna that is stored in oil!
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someone's going back to the store
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I fucked up at the grocery store last time and didn't pay attention to what I was getting. I absolutely cannot stand tuna that is stored in oil!
So how many cans did you get? I usually buy about 5-10 at a time when they're on sale. Just imagine buying 10 that were all vegetable oil. Doh!
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What happened to TOBASCO SAUCE???
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This sounds gross - but it sooo good and is a great way to get a little extra protien with the addition of cottage cheese.

6 oz tuna
1 cup fat free cottage cheese
1 tsp lemon pepper
1 tsp lemon juice
1/4 cup fat free mayo
1/4 tsp celery salt

stir it all up together. yum!
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i eat it straight from the pouch. i think it tastes better than from a can and its easier to bring to work and open. the albacore stuff taste alot better than regular to me.

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i eat it straight from the pouch. i think it tastes better than from a can and its easier to bring to work and open. the albacore stuff taste alot better than regular to me.
Yeah, the Albacore is the shit of all tuna.
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What happened to TOBASCO SAUCE???
I eat my tuna with mustard, pickles and tobasco
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Just a cup of brown rice and a can of tuna stirred in. If I'm feeling cocky I'll add just a touch of mayo, but not usually.
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If I'm feeling cocky I'll add just a touch of mayo
That just doesn't sound right.

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First a light a bunch of candles in the bedroom, some Luther Vandross on the stereo. Place some rose petals around the floor.... Oh wait, not that tuna!

Some relish, onion and some Hellmans Lite mayo. Put it on some toast, with a piece of fat-free cheese.
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First a light a bunch of candles in the bedroom, some Luther Vandross on the stereo. Place some rose petals around the floor.... Oh wait, not that tuna!

Some relish, onion and some Hellmans Lite mayo. Put it on some toast, with a piece of fat-free cheese.
Damn I hope your wife never comes across this post! lol
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use good ole hot sauce from taco hell. thats always good with tuna
post #20 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-30-2002, 03:03 PM
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I eat it with peanut butter.

Not a lot, just a little bit. Creamy only.

Sounds nasty, and I thought it would taste bad when I heard about it, but I've been eating that way for a long time now.
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