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Old 05-11-2010, 07:23 PM   #16  
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great recommendations, i am about to try the one with vinegar/oil dressing and tossed onions!
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Old 05-11-2010, 08:40 PM   #17  
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If you like mayo then use a little bit of mayo. It's only bad for you in large quantities and if you eat it all day everyday. I use just a little bit to trick my tastebucs into thinking it's really there. But for more flavor I also put in a little bit of spicy mustard and a spoonful of relish. It adds a lot of flavor.

Word of caution. Beward of anything labed fat-free. It's loaded with sugar. There is no such thing as fat-free mayo, it simply does not exist in nature and it is concocted in a chemistry lab... the last place food should be prepared.
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Old 05-11-2010, 09:31 PM   #18  
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I mix tuna with fat-free yogurt, mustard, pickle relish, and whatever herbs are handy.
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I use a bit of sour cream to hold it together, and lots of pickle relish and/or mustard (I actually sometimes buy a pickle relish that has mustard in it).
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You might try mixing it with pasta sauce if you like an Italian-y flavor?
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My fav way to eat tuna: mix it with finely chopped celery and apple cider vinegar! Delish!!
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Old 05-11-2010, 11:05 PM   #22  
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This thread has so many good ideas for my tuna that I can't wait to try. I normally eat it with some kind of mustard (I do love my mustard) but sometimes I'll eat it with salsa too. I'm thinking I might have to get adventerous and try both now.
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and some light philadelphia cheese!
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A few tablespoons of salsa. Doesn't "bind" it together like mayo will, but it adds a lot of flavor.
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There are a lot of responses to this and I just don't have the time right now to read through them all! But I wanted to chime in with my favorite way to have tuna, in fact I ate this just yesterday!

1 can tuna
1 wedge laughing cow cheese
somewhere around 1 tsp to 1 tbsp of mustard (my favorite is sweet and hot mustard)
chopped onion
chopped bell pepper
chopped dill pickle
liberal amounts of ground black pepper

Delicious!

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Old 05-12-2010, 01:33 PM   #26  
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What people are posting sound delicious. I love tuna.

I like my tuna spicy with jalapenos or Sriracha sauce.

And I'll throw in whatever vegetables I have around and enjoy.
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I love it with lemon on it. But it has to be fresh squeezed lemon. About a half one does it usually. I can't stand the bottled stuff...I also make sure I get the good stuff (tuna), not the cheap stuff...it just tastes better.
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Albacore tuna, cut up home grown tomatoes, cucumbers and a boiled egg with some zesty fat free Italian dressing is quick and great!
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thank you everyone!! i cant wait to try all these recipes now!!!
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I like a little balsamic vinegar on mine
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