What do you girlymen put in your tuna?

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  1. Professional

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    I'd like to know, as I'm going to begin adding more tuna into my daily meal plan (6 oz. a day to be exact....something like two cans daily).

    If anyone knows any good 'recipes' for teh tunar, throw em at me :noes:

    preferably no cheese, but low fat is a choice
     
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    throw it in pasta sauce

    pretty much the only way i eat it
     
  3. Zika

    Zika My avatar is still NOT me

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    Balsamic Vinegar. Don't use too much, like a teaspoon at most.

    Balsamic vinegar also has no calories :coold:
     
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    ftw :h5:
     
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    just lemon and salt
     
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    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    I also am going to incorporate more tuna.. but already getting sick of it. I can only handle it so long..
     
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    nothing
     
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    Chickfila honey mustard bbq sauce :yum:
     
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    mayo + bermuda onions + mayo + more mayo
     
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    In my tuna sandwiches I put a decent amount of mayo, that ReaLemon shit, garlic powder, and crushed red peppers. That and Lays is awesome. Not really healthy but whatever.
     
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    I used to put mayo, but mayo makes me nauseous now for some reason, so I just eat it plain.
     
  13. Professional

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    :hsugh:

    Fitness & Nutrition not Cardiovascular disease & Obesity
     
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    orly?
     
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    Plain ol' albacore
     
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    Jay My shit don't stink

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    I tried a recipe some other OTer posted a while back. it was oats, egg white, tuna and cheese. mix together in a bowl and then make a patty or ball. grill it in the Foreman grill.

    it was fucking disgusting, but I downed the thing (it was the size of a plate and about 1/2-3/4 inch thick). :barf:
     
  17. Professional

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    :rofl:

    "Mix together everything remotely healthy" recipe?
     
  18. Steve325

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    italian dressing
     
  19. Professional

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    I was actually going to try that

    so far I'm trying balsamic vinegar and italian dressing
     
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    I put a fork in it and then eat it.
     
  21. Steve325

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    it comlpetely mask the taste. Also buffalo wing sauce if you like a spicier mix
     
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    shriracha or cholula
     
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    :werd: rooster sauce ftw
     
  24. Skeletor

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    Straight out of the can chunk light if you're not a little bitch.



    But for sammiches I like to add a good amount of mayonaise and dill weed to my tuna, and mix it up until it's into more of a fish-paste than chunky stuff... Kind of like the crap they have at subway (only not that much mayo).

    Once you're ready to make your sammich, put some mustard and ranch dressing on the bread (not too much ranch, a little will go a long way), cheese of any kind if you desire, tuna, lettuce, tomato, and on a good day some turkey bacon.


    Fuck that's a good sammich.
     
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    since i'm cutting i just mix a bunch of mustard with it, mustard is pretty close to calorie-less. it adds some moisture so it's not too dry, spicy works best if you have it.

    if you are looking for a good clean bulk and taste isn't a big issue i use to take a can of tuna and mix it with a good amount of fat free cottage cheese. now that's alot of protein and the cottage cheese makes it not so dry, as for taste it's no macaroni grill special.
     
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