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    Worstershire Sauce

    I thought about throwing in some worchershire sauce to give my tuna a little more flavor than that dry taste. What do you guys think? I tried hot sauce today and it worked great.

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    Never tryed Worchershire sauce, what does the label say on how much sugar and fat and all the jazz on there. I have never really looked.

    I seem to keep making it by with either mustard or hot salsa on my tuna. Haven't gotten sick of it yet!!

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    The only thing that it contains is some sodium, not for sure how much. It also says it is not a good source of calories or something like that.

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    When they say not a good source of calories are they meaning it doesn't have any or are they saying for the little amount that you put on I can't believe how many bad calories there are.

    As for as the sodium...what is the amount be serving?

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    Worcester sauce is basically soy sauce with a different flavoring. Most are essentially sugar free and high in sodium, something like 300-500 mg per Tbsp. They do a good job of sprucing up foods, if you don't mind the bloat.

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    I tried it and it did not help much at all. Stick with the more "saucy" flavorings for tune. If it is too liquidy (is that a word?), it does not seem to affect the taste enough for me to go through the trouble.
    I mostly nut up and just eat the stuff plain. Having a glass of water handy helps.

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