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Is canned tuna safe to eat without cooking?

Asked: lillansmith, Date Created:

Yes, it sure is safe to eat canned tuna without cooking it. The canning process is, as noted elsewhere, a cooking process. In fact, a lot of people who don't care for canned tuna don't like it because of this cooking process.

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