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2004/01/06 00:27:40 (permalink)

TUNA TROUBLE

Is there any other fish that is as good as tuna for protein? Also anybody have a good grilled tuna recipe?
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    Boxer
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 00:29:24 (permalink)
    All fish are great for protein.
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 00:43:44 (permalink)
    I just wash my tuna, leave it then put 2 tsp of light mayo, spring onion & cheese on a sandwich.

    Works.
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 01:00:57 (permalink)
    Paulie..you dont grill it?
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 01:15:19 (permalink)
    Grilled tuna makes me feel sick.
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    DBZFREAK
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 01:40:26 (permalink)
    LOL. dont you worry about worms?
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 05:34:53 (permalink)
    worms?
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 06:57:13 (permalink)
    Tinned tuna is much cheaper over here so that's what people usually eat...fresh tuna steaks are VERY expensive
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 08:03:35 (permalink)
    mixing mackrel with tuna together is nice helps take some of the drieness off.
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 08:54:24 (permalink)
    I mix one and a half tuna cans (drained) and add one egg white...then put it on a frying pan and make burgers, i put the burgers in bread or buns, put salsa on top and consume. I usually eat this around 2 hours before my workout.
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/01/06 13:39:35 (permalink)
    Worms?
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/02 11:20:07 (permalink)
    PJH20, I was talking about fresh tuna not canned. So when they said wash it and eat it I thought he meant raw.
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/03 18:07:41 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Knighty

    fresh tuna steaks are VERY expensive



    by bro is head chef of a restaurant so i sometimes get freebies, its so much better than tinned because it does not actually taste or smell fishy if its fresh. But it is very expensive.

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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/03 18:22:25 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by arnielover

    ]it does not actually taste or smell fishy if its fresh.


    Insert joke here...
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/04 01:04:02 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by GoldenArrow

    quote:
    Originally posted by arnielover

    ]it does not actually taste or smell fishy if its fresh.


    Insert joke here...



    lol eew
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/04 14:10:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by GoldenArrow

    quote:
    Originally posted by arnielover

    ]it does not actually taste or smell fishy if its fresh.


    Insert joke here...



    lmao, i just put that on a plate just for you, lol
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/11 03:18:34 (permalink)
    Here's a nice paste for fresh tuna...

    1/2 Cup fresh coriander
    1 clove garlic
    2 tspn olive oil
    1 (or more hehe) fresh thai chillies
    juice of 1/2 lime
    salt n' pepper

    wack the lot on a pestle n' morter or blender and give it a blast, you want the cosistency like a good pesto. Remeber when grilling the tuna not to over cook it as it goes dry and flakey like the can stuff, it should be still pink in the middle (insert another joke here)

    Glebitz

    P.S. Coriander is Cilantro for our septic friends
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    RE: TUNA TROUBLE 2004/02/11 15:54:23 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Adil

    I mix one and a half tuna cans (drained) and add one egg white...then put it on a frying pan and make burgers, i put the burgers in bread or buns, put salsa on top and consume. I usually eat this around 2 hours before my workout.



    I can't stand tuna, but this does sound good.. I'll give it a try when I get home
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