EDU: 5 steps to making tuna crackers with pickles

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  1. ralyks

    ralyks New Member

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    I've made this for the past few days straight, by far my favourite snack :bowdown:
    So I thought I'd share my culinary expertise with F&N.

    Step 1:
    Obtain can of tuna. Remove lid of said can of tuna to expose contents. Remove contents and place on plate. *WARNING* requires use of sharp object.
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    Step2:
    Beware of canines. These creatures have been said to have a keen sense of smell and will track you down from the next room. They can usually be placated with the remnants of empty can. Be sure to make them do something embarassing to obtain can.
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    Step3:
    Add crackers of your choice. I find the salty ones add flavour, and make them whole wheat to add some fiber.
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    Step4:
    Add pickles.
    Note to self: No more pickles, get some.
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    Step5:
    Shovel tuna onto cracker. Either cut pickle into pieces and place on cracker or simply impale pickle. Place cracker in mouth and take a bite of pickle.
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    There ya'll are. Happy eatings om nom nom nom.
     
  2. knucks

    knucks Active Member

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    seems like too much work for something that is "hard" to digest
     
  3. Frank Dux

    Frank Dux Guest

    if someone needs an EDU for this, they should end themselves
     
  4. dwarfcat

    dwarfcat COLTS FTMFW

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    EDU: How to make something disgusting that doesn't actually need an EDU.
     
  6. erok81

    erok81 All your canyons are belong to me!!

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    I wish I could get my dog to pose like that
     
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    that blows.

    how about this.

    put a can of tuna in a sandwich bag
    add mayo/mustard/onion/cucumber
    mash everything in the bag for about 1 minute.
    put that mashed up goodness on a toasted wheat bread.

    no fishy smell on your fingers at the end FTW.
     
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    hmmm
     
  9. Sammo

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    use a bowl and a fork/spoon?

    you really need a bag to get this job done?
     
  10. Lukkie

    Lukkie OT Supporter

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    more pics of dog plz
     
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    hope your dog isn't cutting its tongue on that can bro.
     
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  13. ralyks

    ralyks New Member

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    I was afraid of that for the longest time, but most of the tuna is at the bottom and the cut edge isn't all that sharp.
     
  14. ralyks

    ralyks New Member

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    :cool: never thought of putting it in a sandwhich bag. I usually put it all in a bowl and mash it up for tuna sandwich, but I prefer it plain for crackers like this.

    btw use fork to put tuna on crackers, you just sort of shovel it on.
     
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    Haven't figured out the lighting needed for clear blackberry pics yet, will get more later today of him doing some tricks.
     
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    my can opener leaves no sharp edge...it is elite...
     
  17. mandrew

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    word. My dog is all about the tuna water so I drain it into a bowl, throw some of her kibble in there, and voila... dog cereal!






    :barf:
     
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    :rofl::rofl:
    Never thought of this.
     
  19. jokka

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    no bowl/spoon at the time ?
     
  20. Meeocky

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    If I would feed my fiance's dog that, he'd pee out his butt. :o
     
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