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Can you eat thawed tuna raw?

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The freshness of the fish Given the fish the type of fish that is safe to eat raw (like Tuna), then as long as it was frozen when it was in a condition still safe to eat raw (meaning fresh enough), then it's OK to eat raw after thawing it.

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