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Are you supposed to wash canned tuna?

Asked: DaveyCroquet, Last Updated:

When making cold tuna salad, I will drain it and rinse the tuna off, and squeeze between two strainers to make sure I get out as much liquid as possible before making the salad. When making something like a tuna casserole, I drain it, but leave it unpressed to add some flavor to the meal.

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