Just found a delicious way to prepare tuna

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  1. Alias

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    I've been dieting on something pretty close to the diet in the sticky and eating tuna plain is starting to bother me so I tried to think of a way to prepare it that wouldn't affect much else.

    Squeeze out your tuna dry as the Sahara and stir in a spoonful of pesto sauce :bowdown:

    I've been basically following a modified version of the diet in the sticky to cut down a bit so every few days I'm going to have tuna+pesto instead of tuna and spoonful of pb :wiggle:
     
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    damn, sounds good bro, ill try it with my solid white albrocore. i usually use hotsauce but this sounds very good as long as you dont go pesto crazy.
     
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    I don't has no pesto :hsd: sounds interesting though. How about olive oil with a few garlic cloves (that have aged in it) for a while, and maybe some crushed peppercorns on it.


    edit: don't do that, it's gross. :o Just tried it.
     
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    little bit of wasabi mayo = :bowdown:
     
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    chunk light + olive oil + dill = flavorless yet delicious. Somehow the oil totally cancels out the disgusting chunk light flavor and dill is always good on tuna son.
     
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    wasabi mustard works pretty well.
     
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    mix some bbq sauce, and you wont even know its dieting
     
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    i said this months ago. It's good when you are really hungry.
     
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    Empty carbs :hsughno:

    50% more sugar per serving than ketchup
     
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    just eat it raw-dog style bro
     
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    albacore with diced cucumbers and italian dressing .. boo yah
     
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    what i usually do is:

    fill bowl with raw spinach
    empty tuna onto said spinach
    drizzle on italian dressing
     
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    I've made some pretty boss salads with lettuce, spinach, cheese, tomato, tuna, hard boiled eggs, and italian dressing :coold:
     
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    drain it of all the water + mustard = :)

    but I mostly eat it right out of the can :(
     
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    eating right out of the can would probably be the easiest, it's all packed in there and it would probably take 4 or 5 big bites.
     
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    The last few weeks I've been eating the same thing day after day and it's starting to get old. I usually eat it plain but I'll take all of the "tastes like a cheat meal but isn't" options that I can :o
     
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    This
     
  18. synthetic

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    damn lame eating tuna with stuff threads. ya, mix it with anything, and it makes it less bland!! :rolleyes:

    now lets talk raw tuna. sear both sides with sesames..., add tandoori paste to top when done.

    side dish of couscous with coconut flakes and oven roasted pears

    ... thats thread worthy!!
     
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    Yeah, those threads you make always take off!
     
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    eh, i like the way that i prepared mine last week better
     
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    restaurants charge normally 20 (local monetary units) for seared tuna :) 7-15 for the couscous mix
     
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    and is just as easy to cook and clean up :rolleyes:
     
  23. gsxtasyd

    gsxtasyd Lift Big........Eat Big........Sleep Big........GE

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    black and white sesame seeds+kosher salt 1-1.5 min on both sides in searing hot veg oil...DONE. slice against the grain=bomb ass sashimi cheap.
     
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    i actually had raw tuna 2 nights ago... sashimi grade, purchased from the japanese market :yum:
     
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    gsxtasyd Lift Big........Eat Big........Sleep Big........GE

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    now your making me hungry...
     
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