What's tinned tuna all about?

anchovies are the only one I was ever really partial too, didn’t mind a sardine now and then…

no idea what they do to anchovies, fresh ones are white and not salty… hmm… maybe they… add salt?

I’d love tuna to come with a bit of bone

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did you know they have whole factories at sea now - like huge stupid ships that catch the fish, process it and put it in a tin, label it and bring it back to shore all ready to sell

We truly are the apex predator.

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And how exactly is it the ‘chicken of the sea’ anyway?

My eldest eats it straight out of the tin for a snack. We never have tuna pasta for dinner cos as soon as we buy tuna it’s eaten by eldest

Chicken Haddie is a fan favourite. Chicken Haddie is a boneless mixture of quality white fish including cod, hake and pollock. Try it right out of the can as a tasty snack or it can be used in any recipe that requires fish such as chowders, fish cakes, or pasta.

Who knew?

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have done this a couple of times. grim. you can really taste the aluminium this way.

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  • brine
  • spring water
  • oil

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I love Tuna, it’s gorgeous, really makes the sidea of my mouth tingle. I like to eat a tin or two with my fingers and then bite the sides of my mouth a bit with my molars.

For periods I’ve had a tin of tuna, a banana and two of these for breakfast.

A few weeks ago I was eating a tin of tuna at the sink and the neighbour opposite came and stood right at the open window topless for the world to see. It was spectacular. I ran straight upstairs to tell the TV and she was really happy for me. If it wasn’t for Tuna I would not have seen that.

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Care to reconsider?

fish-bass-guitar

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Not for me

Can I shock you?

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No. Not gonna kink shame or all that but, no.

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You can shock me. But be aware: I am primed for a shocking so this had better be a high grade shock, I’ll tell you

I, as a vegetarian now, do not eat tinned tuna. Or any other form of tuna.

Goodnight.

Consider me shocked.

Goodnight, sweet Prince

Is it epimer?