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Nutrition discussion on canned tuna., within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by ghij_mpu I'm with everyone who doesn't eat much tuna anymore. Tuna is easy when you're first starting ...


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Old 08-04-2008, 05:05 AM   #21
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I'm with everyone who doesn't eat much tuna anymore. Tuna is easy when you're first starting out trying to get lots of protein, but after you get better at finding other protein sources, tuna gets old.
Well said.
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Old 08-04-2008, 06:57 AM   #22
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I bought some lemon pepper stuff and I just sprinkle my tuna with that and eat it straight. In fact, that is what I'm having for lunch today. Lemon tends to get rid of the "fishy" taste. Oh, and buy in bags if you have a choice.
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Old 08-04-2008, 04:19 PM   #23
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yeah. the tuna in bags tastes a lot better
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Not sure about a price difference. I know that I can typically find the bag tuna (smaller packages, 3oz) for anywhere from $.49-$.79 Which is pretty economical.
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Is the bagged stuff frozen or what? I've never really looked for it before.

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Basically same as in the can sans the extra water. I take them to work with me frequently. They should be right next to the canned stuff in the store.

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maybe look for "pouches" instead of bags.
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Old 08-24-2008, 03:51 PM   #28
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2 cans of tuna lil mayo light and a can of sliced pinapples mmmmm but this is only if your diet allows...I know it sounds funny but trust me everyone I've made eat it likes it

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Have you tried mixing in an egg (or 2 or 3) and making a type of omelet? It's done with ham and chicken, so why not tuna? I want to do that soon. Otherwise, I normally just eat it straight out of the can. Or, I'll throw a can in my protein shake. JK about that last part.
I'm about to try that in 10 mins.

TIP: Dont drain the Tuna can, less protein when its drained. Some people dont realise that.
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Old 09-07-2008, 03:59 AM   #30
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One of the nicest ways we eat tuna is making it into a tuna and sweetcorn pasta bake.
Pre cook some wholewheat pasta then drain it and stick it in an oven dish. Add a couple of tins of tuna, some sweetcorn niblets, some sliced red onions, plenty of black pepper, a tin of chopped tomatoes mix it all up and grate a little cheese over the top and then bake in the oven.
Tastes lovely and the kids eat it too........
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