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    No tuna!!! mmmm Cottage cheese


    Ive read many posts of how people cant stand cottage cheese.. but will eat 8 cans of tuna a day.. personally tuna is the grossiest thing Ive ever tried.. I dunno personally I think cottage cheese tastes just fine.. but i guess some people do like the taste of raw oyster and such.. not really a question here just was wondering if anyone felt the same as me about tuna...

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    I HATE TUNA!!!
    Cottage cheese, meanwhile, is okay. I guess you found what you were looking for.
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    Try this.........StarKist Tuna Fillet. In olive oil if you want efa's and in water if watching calories. It is great...best tasting I've found!
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    I have some Clover Leaf tuna. It's made in Canada, and it's in a smaller pull-open can. They have flavor like sun dried tomato, Lemon pepper, and garlic. Taste more interesting than plain tuna.

    We also got 5 lbs of salmon the other day and we ate that with wasabi. Yum!! Cheese I like too.
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    Originally posted by Sanosuke
    Ive read many posts of how people cant stand cottage cheese.. but will eat 8 cans of tuna a day.. personally tuna is the grossiest thing Ive ever tried.. I dunno personally I think cottage cheese tastes just fine.. but i guess some people do like the taste of raw oyster and such.. not really a question here just was wondering if anyone felt the same as me about tuna...

    I, my friend, am the opposite of you. I can't stand cottage cheese unless I add a scoop of protein powder or some flavored yogurt...and I LOVE tuna...plain, mixed with mayo/mustard, ar any other way.

    but if I need to I will EAT ANYTHING!
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    its interesting how differnt peoples taste buds are.. humans are just so strange
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    hey


    If you don't mind me asking, where did you find that tuna fillet dg806, and how much does it cost? Ditto for the Clover leaf tuna, big bad boss.

    LIA
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    I get the Clover Leaf tuna at Walmart. I am in Canada but ya never know. It's a small can of 85g. Each can has 97 Calories, 16g of protein, 1.4g of carb. The stuff is tasty, and it's in a pull-open can. I pay $1 Cdn for a can.
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    possibly the greatest buy in my life was when a local store had 5 cans of tuna for a buck. (limit 5 per purchace) I blalently went there like 20 times in a span of the week. I stocked up for the winter man.....ha
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    i like both of them , but i can't eat tuna plain it will make me hurl .
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    i love my beef jerkey. make 5lbs every 2 weeks !!

    check out my receipe if interested: http://geocities.com/ralph4u2c/beef-jerkey.html
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    Re: Re: No tuna!!! mmmm Cottage cheese


    Originally posted by Lifeguard




    but if I need to I will EAT ANYTHING!
    This is how it's done!
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    Originally posted by shady
    i like both of them , but i can't eat tuna plain it will make me hurl .
    im working my way up to plain tuna. (ha) started with your standard f.f mayo mustard relish....worked my way to just one of the three already mentioned, and now, all i have my tuna cans with are a hand full of peanuts (ya.....peanuts)
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    Thanks for the jerky recipe Ralph; I love jerky and will try it out.  Cottage cheese is my choice over tuna any day.  My mid morn meal is always 1 cup lowfat cottage cheese and a fatfree yogurt; tastes good and complete nutrition.
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