Tuna packed in oil

Does anyone buy it on purpose? If so, what do you use it for?

I'm convinced grocerie stores only stock it as a cruel joke against people like me that aren't always paying attention to details.

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I only eat real tuna, canned tuna is dog food at best.

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listen, pal

we here in 'murica eat garbage and were proud of it

and we sure as hell aint gonna let no fancy high-falutin' yoo-ro-peeein socialismist tell us how to eat our canned shit

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My cat likes the kind in oil better.....

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Overpriced Parts /

> Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> I only eat real tuna, canned tuna is dog food at best.

There’s a lot of mercury and contamination in the waters off Europe do to all the ships that were sunk during World War II including the German submarine U-864 that contained 61 tons of mercury that was sunk off of Norway killing all 73 crew still contaminating the area, I don’t know if I would eat much caught out of there,

Though tuna and swordfish stakes are tasty you got to limit what you eat,

One can only wonder how clean the worlds oceans would’ve been if the somewhere around 10,000 ships in World War 1 and WW2 a weren’t sunk (many were oil tankers) in the worlds oceans plus planes/armament dropped not to mention the all other ships over the years that were sunk due to accident or weather,

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I never thought of them reasons why the oceans are so polluted. I thought most of the problem had to do with sewage and medical waste being dumped there. I thought most of the problems were recent events and not stuff that happened hundreds of years agol

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There is measurable amounts of oxycodone and methadone in Puget sound mussels.mmmm

I don't buy either of em. I get locally canned tuna packed with an itty bitty chunk of tuna fat. Tastes like real food!

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> Rebel Moby Wrote:

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> Overpriced Parts Wrote:

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> > Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> > I only eat real tuna, canned tuna is dog food at best.

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> There’s a lot of mercury and contamination in the waters off Europe do

> o to all the ships that were sunk during World War II including the

> German submarine U-864 that contained 61 tons of mercury that was sunk

> off of Norway killing all 73 crew still contaminating the area, I don’t

> know if I would eat much caught out of there,

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> Though tuna and swordfish stakes are tasty you got to limit what you

> eat,

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> One can only wonder how clean the worlds oceans would’ve been if the

> somewhere around 10,000 ships in World War 1 and WW2 a weren’t sunk

> (many were oil tankers) in the worlds oceans plus planes/armament

> dropped not to mention the all other ships over the years that were sunk

> due to accident or weather,

I wonder wtf the Germs were doing with 61 tons of mercury?

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> live ɘvil Wrote:

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> I wonder wtf the Germs were doing with 61 tons of mercury?

Red mercury is a ballotechnic form of mercury and has the potential to radically simplify the production of nuclear explosives and to miniaturize them.

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Good thing they never got to use it....

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Damn. Out of a bunch of people who ride bikes intended for poor fucks nobody is willing to admit to eating canned tuna?

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I've eaten plenty of it, love a tuna salad sandwich, but I like to get it fresh and sear it on a flat grill....canned though I like it in water, cat on the other hand lives for the oil canned one.

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Canned tuna is fine for sandwiches and cassarollers.

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Jimmy Cincinnati /

Damn. Out of a bunch of people who ride bikes intended for poor fucks nobody is willing to admit to eating canned tuna?

Some Ritz crackers, Grey Poupon, and Albacore Tuna makes a tasty lunch.

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> Rebel Moby Wrote:

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> > live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > I wonder wtf the Germs were doing with 61 tons of mercury?

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> Red mercury is a ballotechnic form of mercury and has the potential to

> radically simplify the production of nuclear explosives and to

> miniaturize them.

"Red Mercury" is a myth. Nobody had even thought of it until some Arabian hoochie coochie snake oil vendor type said it would stop time in its tracks or something. Some mercury ore is red, but it has no special powers.

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Alexandro Ramirez-Nagy /

Awwww man. I love me some canned tuna. My personal favorite is dropping half a can in with some baked beans and some boiled eggs. I'll eat that for the whole day. Can't beat the canned tuna. As for tuna with oil... It can burn and be buried in the darkest hole only rivaled by the depths of hell.

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Rob LaFreniere /

I might have dreamt this but I recall seeing Julia Childs (writer and tv chef) saying that oil keeps the flavor of the tuna intact whereas water will leach it out.

By choice, I ate tuna sandwiches every day for school in the first grade; I couldn't eat tuna for ten years after that.

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I like albacore tuna in oil, and yes it is meant to preserve the flavor plus other things. Ritz crackers with a good tuna in oil is a great quick lunch... i like FAD free- pole/line caught- oil packed... Genova and Wild Planet are the 2 brands easiest to find at conventional grocery stores, but Whole Foods and fish markets have some jarred tuna fillets that are ridiculously scrumptious.

Edit: The jalapeño and albacore tuna in oil is also stupid good.(edited)

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Ive had jalapeno tuna in oil that was fantastic. Dont remember the name.

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I like the tuna in oil. I think maybe cuz I was raised on tuna in water and cheap tuna at that mixed apathetically into macaroni and cheese with peas, or slapped on whitest white bread. but get good tuna and tuna's great. I'll def mess with straight tuna from the can

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I like both. I also eat canned salmon.

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Jimmy Cincinnati /

I like both. I also eat canned salmon.

I cant do Salmon... ive always hated the smell. I also feel the same way about sweet potatoes.

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X2 for wild planet canned tuna. Its like a lil tuna steak in the can. Makes every type of ramen yummy.

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Brad William /

You Can Tune a Puch, but You Can't Tuna Fish

...waving a bic lighter.....

"REO SPEEDWAGON!!!!!!!!"

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Overpriced Parts /

> Jimmy Cincinnati Wrote:

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> I cant do Salmon... ive always hated the smell. I also feel the same way

> about sweet potatoes.

Neighbor friend sometimes gives me salmon when he goes to a Alaska or Canada, if prepared good salmon taste good and it’s good for you.

I’ve eaten canned tuna (in oil tastes better), canned salmon, sardines, kipper snacks and or course frozen fish sticks because I’m poor and ride bikes too ha ha,

I’ve boated, fished the great Lakes since a kid and now live a few blocks from clean private Lake, fishing holes and streams so I pretty much always catch/caught, cleaned and prepared my own fish,

The Crappie, perch and catfish from my lake are delicious, you could eat the bass, musky and even the carp too because the lake is clean but they’re not very tasty

I like all seafood but if one doesn’t catch and prepared fish himself who knows what’s in it, Many times they pump up shrimp with salt solution to make it weigh more, or farm raise fish in polluted ponds,

It’s just better to catch your own local fish not to mention way cheaper, almost free for me because there’s no license required here and I catch my own minnows and bait too when I use it,

My wife is not much of a seafood person She hates the smell of fish and the smell of me after I catch and clean fish ha ha But she will eat caned tunafish with miracle whip and battered cod but that’s it,

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> I like the tuna in oil. I think maybe cuz I was raised on tuna in water

> and cheap tuna at that mixed apathetically into macaroni and cheese with

> peas, or slapped on whitest white bread. but get good tuna and tuna's

> great. I'll def mess with straight tuna from the can

Will is cat-man

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