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    The monkeys are listening Monkeybrains's Avatar
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    Canned tuna

    Would I be right in thinking that canned tuna has been cooked?

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    No you wouldn't.

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    No I eat it raw all the time. Though you can make tuna burgers mix an egg white or 2 to a can of tuna and mix in a little curry powder fry them into patties and wa la tuna burgers middle eastern style.

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    How do they taste?

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    lmao
    well i hope you all were kidding

    canned = cooked

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    As I re-read his post...I thought he meant that canned tuna has to be cooked..haha.....

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    Fresh tuna = red and 'slimey' like uncooked chicken brests.

    Cooked tuna = grey/brown colour and flakey.
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    How do they taste?
    tuna burgers are OK. I just fixed them b/c eating 3 cans of tuna plain a day can get old after a while so I try to mix stuff in my tuna so its not as boring. Key is not to use a lot of curry powder. First time I made them the burgers smelt like a middle eastern guy.
    Last edited by TreeTrunks; 01-26-2002 at 05:52 PM.

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    I've also made tuna burgers and they are quite tasty.
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