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    Octopussy
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    ok do u have to cook the tuna that comes in those tin cans? or can u just put that on bread and eat it

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    No, you don't have to.

    If you chop it and mix it with mayonnaise, it's rather nice, I'm told. Mixing sweetcorn with Tuna Mayo is very popular too.

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    nope, I just drain mine, and mix with mayo, makes good tuna salad

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    Octopussy
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    wow thanks

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    a thread about tuna ....original i'll give you that !!!!

    Single handedly destroying the NHS from the inside

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    Octopussy
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    lol im hungry and i got tuna so just wondering...too lazy to cook

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    Mayo and relish.

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    Originally posted by Octopussy@30 October 2003 - 01:26
    ok do u have to cook the tuna that comes in those tin cans? or can u just put that on bread and eat it


    its called chicken of the sea, doesn't mean its chicken

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    i...dont...understand......

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    Remember to drain thoroughly, otherwise you will not get the remains of the dolphin washed away.

    I saw a man carrying a dolphin the other day. You seem to be walking with a porpoise I said.

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