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Canned Albacore Tuna

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This weekends project.


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Very cool! Did you catch them bad boys?

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That's the real deal. Send some here, to the End of the World!

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Where can I place an order? :lips:

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Originally Posted by cheflayne View Post
 

Very cool! Did you catch them bad boys?


I didn't catch them, but they were caught locally here about 30 miles off the Oregon coast.

Our local market buys an entire boat load from one of the local fisherman every year, sells at cost, this year they were $1.99lb

You can buy whole fish from from several places for $2.50-4.00lb or loins for about $7

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$1.99 yowza!!! Oh man I am jealous. What a score chefbuba! Did you basically do a confit? My mouth is watering already. Another idea is gravlax, It is banging made with with tuna.

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Straight up canned tuna, olive oil & kosher salt. I opened up one the next day just to see how it turned out, best tuna sandwich your going to find, should be even better after it sits for a bit.

Final cost was $2.50 for a half pint jar which is just enough for two nice sandwiches.

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