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#1 Post by Doc »

John west now supplies tuna in tins without brine so you dont have to drain it then clean up the mess to get your favourite chunks out of the tin and into your tummy.

I rank this progress right up there with penicillin and the iteddy.

Brilliant!!!!

Whats also brilliant is with some water mixed with a small amount of salt poured over the I'M A SCAMMER SPAMMER!!! work surface you can re-create the event at minimal cost.

They have yet to state if this new tuna is dolphin friendly as yet, but even if it isnt then its extra protein anyway. Why cant you buy tins of dolpin that is tuna friendly?? Be too big a tin I guess?

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#2 Post by Stinky »

When will they learn!!!111 Teh sweetcorn and mayonnaise must already be put in the tin!

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#4 Post by Mike90 »

Prefer the skinless and boneless salmon myself.;) Having to sort through all that usually leaves me with 1/4 of the tin left and puts me off eating it anyway! :P

Wholley

#5 Post by Wholley »

Flipper used to be on the menu in the Azores.
Delicious with a little hot sauce and rice.
Europeans objected for some reason especially those from Greenpeace,but then they object to cooking whales.
Don't know why,all you need is a harpoon and a very large skillet. :wink:

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#6 Post by Green Man »

Someone didn't pay attention to the FDA warnings of high mercury content in the 90's.

Mad as a tuna-scarfing hatter! Either that or the mercury content of lamb has suddnely sky-rocketed! :wink:

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