Since this week is my birthday week! (YAY! Love birthdays!) I'm blogging about one of my passions: tuna.
Yes, I admit it. Even though Bob leaves the room when I mix up a big bowl of solid white canned tuna, Real Mayo, and chopped celery, spinach, artichoke hearts, carrots, and peppers, I am a big tuna fish fan.
Bob and I currently have a Costco membership, but are questioning whether it's worth the annual fee. The thing is, I love Kirkland solid white tuna.
So in preparation for possible non-access to Kirkland tuna, I conducted a taste test with other store brands.
I was looking not only for taste, but texture. For most of my life, I only ate chunk tuna, NOT KNOWING THERE WAS ANOTHER OPTION. I may have seen "solid white" on a tuna can or two, but it costs more, so it never registered.
Then I accidentally bought some solid white tuna when I was shopping in a hurry. Now nothing else will do, but it has to be GOOD.
While I like tuna with just mayo, I really love it with lots of chopped veggies mixed in.
So which fancy pants brand came closest to matching the current epitome of tuna?
(Yes, you read that right. The most economical store brand had the most firm texture and best taste for me.)
Are you a tuna fan?