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Why is tuna eaten raw?

Asked: Carla Foster, Last Updated:

What makes the difference is how the tuna is prepared, and whether the raw fish has a risk of parasites or bacteria. Generally, eating raw fish means you're eating fish in a cleaner state, with fewer cooking oils, butters or sauces than you might come across in cooked fish dishes.

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