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What is AAA grade tuna?

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- AAA: The qualities of the triple A grades meaning that the tuna saku has the greatest and the best qualities tuna fish meat ever. ... The tuna saku that comes with this categorized include a meat with bright and watermelon red color, firm texture, and some visible sinew.

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