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    Mayo with my Tuna

    Hi All,

    Is adding light/no fat mayo to my canned Tuna OK?
    Tuna straight out of the can is getting nasty.

    Thanks

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    I've often added a little hot sauce and about a Tsp or sweet relish. it's good to me that way, but I don't like mayo much either

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    Light mayo = sugary junk

    Use full fat mayo, it beats the lousy carbs in low fat.

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    "helmans just 2 good" is good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurb999
    "helmans just 2 good" is good stuff.

    so was your mom last night

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurb999
    "helmans just 2 good" is good stuff.
    I agree. It tastes OK and only has 2g of fat, 1g of sugar, 2g total carbs per tablespoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayL
    I agree. It tastes OK and only has 2g of fat, 1g of sugar, 2g total carbs per tablespoon.
    Thanks everyone, I appreciate the help

    -S

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    Today I had a can of tuna with chopped up onion bits, green bell pepper bits and fresh parsely.

    Sprinkled garlic powder, oregano and thyme and added a light coating of basalmic vinegar and olive oil.

    Taste was VERY good... considering how fed up of tuna I am, this meal surprised me.

    Olive oil is 100% fat, but it's "good fat" and at least it's nowhere as bad for you as mayonnaise.

    Red

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    That was a cheap shot papa...

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    I'm a sucker, I LOAD the mayo....I love mayo.

    The fat is what I worry about least, if you're strict on everything else, you should burn that extra fat with your activities and all that added muscles...

    Doc

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