Sunday, July 26, 2015

Safe Catch Tuna Review and Giveaway

Every Sunday for the past couple of months I've been having tuna melts for lunch with my fiance. When I was living at home and I was a bit younger, we would have tuna pretty much every Sunday -- it was like a tradition. I love tuna salad. I love mixing it up with light mayonnaise, celery, and sometimes eggs. After it's cooked, I normally topped my tuna with some relish. It's a great lunch packed with lots of protein. For today's lunch, I had a different kind of tuna than the normal bumblebee tuna. I tried Safe Catch Tuna.
"Our highest Omega 3 tuna! Each delicious wild albacore tuna is caught with a pole and line, the highest quality fish are hand selected, and then tested for mercury. Each and every fish is tested for mercury, and only those fish that meet our strict mercury standards for albacore, three and a third times (3.33x) less than the FDA limit, are allowed to be packed in our cans. We add a touch of sea salt for flavor and that is it. No fillers, no additives, it’s GMO free and the cans are BPA free. 100% tested, pole and line caught. Safe Catch albacore tuna is hand cut, raw packed and cooked to seal in all oils vital to health. Most brands lose up to 80% of Omega 3’s in precook. No other brand can assure this level of purity."

Safe Catch tests EVERY fish for mercury before canning it. With low mercury, pregnant woman can eat it and so can kids. It tastes just like any other tuna in my opinion, but I like that it contains low mercury, and it tastes a lot fresher. I'm glad I was able to try out Safe Catch. I have a few cans left and can enjoy pure tuna for the next few Sundays! You too can try out Safe Catch. Enter below.

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30 comments:

  1. My tuna is prepared as simple as it gets. I add mayonnaise, salt and pepper and eat it right out of the bowl. :)

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  2. We eat it on tuna salad sandwiches- tuna, mayo, seasonings, & chopped pickles.

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  3. I like to use tuna to prepare chicken salad. I use mayo, chopped sweet pickles and sometimes add chopped apples or grapes. I also add pecans or almonds often.

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  4. I make tuna with low fat mayo and eat it on crackers.

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  5. I stir in curry powder and mayo then top a huge salad with the mixture. Tastes just like crab!

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  6. I like to add mayo and relish.

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  7. Greek yogurt, pepper, onions, mustard and relish.
    Served in romaine lettuce boats.

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  8. I add mayo, salt, pepper, relish and a boiled egg.

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  9. Tuna melts are my very favorite, on an English muffin with cheddar!

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  10. i put mayo and a bit of parsley in it and put it on top of sliced tomatoes.

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  11. I drain my tuna add mayo eggs relish onions pepper and serve on toasted bread with tomatoes and lettuce....

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  12. To my tuna I like to add some plain yogurt instead of mayo then I'll add in some black pepper, sliced onion or scallions. I like to add tuna to my salads or on a sandwich with tomato, lettuce . Sometimes I even add tuna to cottage cheese for a protein packed lunch !

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  13. With miracle whip for tuna sandwiches.

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  14. I usually put mayo and eggs. Our kids like it with diced apples in it.

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  15. I like to combine tuna with mayo and a few diced onions for sandwiches.

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  16. Wow....this product sounds great. I've been avoiding tuna for some time now. I like a nice tuna sandwich with mayo and diced sweet pickles.

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  17. We use tuna sandwiches with mayonnaise and pickles!

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  18. Just on a sandwich with mayo

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  19. With mayo and relish on bread

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  20. I make tuna with mayo, onion, and a squirt of mustard.

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  21. Tuna melt on sourdough with Gouda and Swiss cheese.....yum!

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  22. I mix my tuna with Mayo and put it on toast with cheese. Its the best!!! lindsayhess84 @ yahoo dot com

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  23. I love my tuna with a little mayo and chopped pickles on toasted bread. I could go for one now.

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  24. I prepare mine with mayo, sweet pickle relish, and chopped hardboiled egg.

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  25. I add avocado and pick and lime juice and make wraps!

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  26. mayo, onions, salt and pepper

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  27. classic tuna salad sandwich--mayo, onion, tiny bit of relish on bread with avocado, tomato and jalapenos.

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