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Why is my tuna tough?

Asked: Robert Ahrens, Last Updated:

If you let the oil become too hot, the flesh of the fish will seize, and the result will be one tough tuna. ... For canned tuna, I prefer a light tuna in oil (as opposed to the white or albacore, or tuna in water, which I find so bland and dry).

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