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One of our favorite sandwich fillings is tuna fish, a good quick meal for Lent and meatless menus. However, over the past year, I’ve slowly started adding canned salmon to our tuna fish to vary my children’s diets a bit more. Typically, I’ll do one can of tuna, one can of salmon, a few scoops of mayo, and pepper and seasonings to taste. My 8 year old likes to mix in oregano and basil while I’m a pepper, paprika and tarragon gal.
Tuna and salmon are safe to eat up to 12 ounces per week. Albacore tuna is higher in mercury than light tuna.
Just for fun – how do you like to make your tunafish? Do you like to add in veggies like cucumbers and onion?
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