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Why is my ahi tuna GREY?

Asked: DaveyCroquet, Last Updated:

Tuna tends to oxidize quickly, which cause it to turn an unappetizing grey or brown. ... The gas reacts with the myoglobin in the tuna, resulting in a stable pigment no matter how old the fish is. Carbon monoxide can even affect tuna that has turned brown, miraculously changing it to a fresh-looking, rosy color.

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