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PaulISdead
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Share your recipe here friends.

3/5/2017 5:03:33 PM

NeuseRvrRat
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i don't eat fish out of a can

3/5/2017 7:46:45 PM

0EPII1
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There is no implication of canned fish in "tuna noodle casserole".

3/5/2017 7:47:29 PM

TreeTwista10
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Oh 0EP, you innocent flower

3/5/2017 7:59:51 PM

0EPII1
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lol i know it is always made with canned tuna, but posh people such as ^^ can make it with fresh tuna (he can even take a road trip and go catch his own).

3/5/2017 8:18:47 PM

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Lol NRR ain't remotely posh, and he doesn't need to take a road trip to catch fresh tuna.

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"There is no implication of canned fish in "tuna noodle casserole"

Quote :
"I know it is always made with canned tuna"


[Edited on March 5, 2017 at 8:46 PM. Reason : Posh lololol]

3/5/2017 8:45:25 PM

0EPII1
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linguistically, there is no implication. culturally/practically, of course.

i don't know where he lives, but where would he catch fresh tuna? wouldn't he have to go on a fishing trip in the ocean?

(lol i know he isn't posh... )

3/5/2017 8:51:43 PM

PaulISdead
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This was out of a jar

3/5/2017 9:00:35 PM

0EPII1
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out of a jar? canned/jarred tuna noodle casserole? eww

3/5/2017 9:33:36 PM

PaulISdead
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Yea they were dry noodles too

3/5/2017 9:37:43 PM

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"wouldn't he have to go on a fishing trip in the ocean?"


No he has a Tuna pond of his property.

3/6/2017 12:04:28 PM

Dentaldamn
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Fish out of a can be fantastic!

3/6/2017 12:10:05 PM

rjrumfel
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Tuna out of the can, directly into my mouth, is pretty much the only way I can eat tuna

3/6/2017 12:12:14 PM

dtownral
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tune out of the bag > out of the can

3/6/2017 12:22:15 PM

KeB
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Can of Tuna
Box of Mac and Cheese
Hot Sauce

One of my college roommates used to eat this at least once a week

3/6/2017 12:55:51 PM

PaulISdead
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Do y'all put peas in it?

3/6/2017 5:16:18 PM

beatsunc
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can of tuna
few tablespoons of dukes mayo
couple tablespoons of diced dill pickle

then put that crap on bread with a slice of american cheese product and put in sammich heater/iron/foreman deal til bread toasty and cheese melty

[Edited on March 6, 2017 at 6:40 PM. Reason : s]

3/6/2017 6:39:42 PM

Str8BacardiL
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Sounds fucking disgusting.

3/6/2017 9:44:10 PM

JeffreyBSG
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I used to really enjoy tuna, but mainly because you'd sometimes find little bits of dolphin mixed in. after all the companies went "Dolphin Safe," I lost interest.

3/7/2017 12:33:00 AM

dtownral
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so edgy, dankest of the dank

3/7/2017 9:11:13 AM

0EPII1
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I used to buy cans of tuna as I would add it to my pasta dish that I used to make regularly, but I have stopped eating pasta (and bread) so I don't get it anymore.

The only canned fish I buy now is sardines in olive oil, and salmon. I really enjoy the taste of those, as compared to tuna, which I only used to eat because it was convenient.

If you can get your hands on canned tuna ventresca, DO NOT MISS THE CHANCE. That thing is like crack. It is underbelly of the tuna. Instead of the flaky and dry texture that tuna has, this thing has a soft held-together texture and a creamy luxurious flavor. It melts in your mouth!

https://www.google.com/search?q=tuna+ventresca&espv=2&biw=1920&bih=974&source=lnms&tbm=isch

I got it in Italy and just once, one jar was like 6 or 7 Euros. Here you will pay a lot more because it is imported.

http://www.igourmet.com/shoppe/search.aspx?qry=ventresca

https://www.vitalchoice.com/help/search?q=ventresca

At the second link you can also find sockeye salmon underbelly, referred to as "Redtresca". That must be heavenly!

Either type costs $10-15 for a 4-6 oz. can.

3/7/2017 10:55:36 AM

GREEN JAY
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Don't forget the can of LeSoeur petits pois

3/12/2017 8:49:13 PM

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"but I have stopped eating pasta (and bread) so I don't get it anymore."


Did you ever try any of the gluten free pasta made with rice, lentils, quinoa etc?

3/12/2017 9:54:24 PM

GREEN JAY
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i tried some quinoa pasta and it was horrible. do not recommend.

3/18/2017 12:35:12 AM

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