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    *~ The make my TUNA edible game ~*

    I hate the crap, what do you guys do to it to make it manageable?

    suggestions...

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    alright here's what i do
    i get mayo
    sweet relish
    mustard
    and just mix it all to gather taste it c if u like it if not add more everything

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    add dill weed, relish, 1 egg white, speck of mayo, onion powder, garlic powder. Spread on ww bread top with ff cheese and place in oven at 375 for 10 mins. Tuna Melts
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    Low sodium chicken broth, vinegar, and some splenda with spices....sweet and sour..mmm

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    cottage cheese, and if im in the mood, 1 egg-white and a little relish
    One thing i was eating for a while was Cott. Cheese and Tuna stuffed into a baked potato

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    Little mayo, red onion, celery
    Little mayo, mustard, black pepper, few capers, red onion
    Little mayo, relish, red onion

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    FUCKIN HOTSAUCE ALL THE WAY!!!

    dude.... i eat eat right out of the can that way.. just pour on some hot sauce.. it tastes soooo goooooooood!

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    When do you guys eat the tuna? anytiime or is there a optimal time to consume tuna?

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    What do I do to make it manageable? Are you kidding?

    I've single-handedly lowered the tuna population over the last five years w/how much tuna i've eaten.

    For me, tuna+mayo on toast, plain and simple
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    Have you tried it with some lemon juice?

    This works for both Tuna and Salmon

    open the tin, drain out the brine/oil or what ever it comes in,
    open up a bottle of lemon juice and add it untill you like the taste,,a cheap and cheerfull way to keep it down

    works for me!

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    soy sauce.....but just a little high in Sodium..its good tho.

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    Mix it with chopped celery, apple, cucumber, egg white, and little bit of pickle. Grab a fork and dig in.

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    tuna, 1 tbl sppon light mayo, chick peas

    or

    tuna, relish, crushed croutons, chopped onions and garlic, 1/2 egg white mix together, make into a patty, cook in a pan over med-high heat for a few minutes each side= killer tuna burger on its own or in a bun!
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