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Old 03-06-2007, 07:11 PM   #11
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An important question is - is this tuna Ahi tuna or a tuna steak? A tuna steak is fine done medium to medium wellish - if it's ahi medium rare at the most - but it's all a matter of personal taste.

Tuna has previously been frozen so you don't have to take worm medicine - and I STILL don't know what medicine worms take either!
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Old 03-06-2007, 07:46 PM   #12
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Thanks again, everyone. I grilled it about 3 min. a side. Used a little olive oil and seasoned cracked pepper. Had a bottle of Teriyaki and used a little. Really good. I'll have it again. The only thing that bothers me is the internal temperature was only about 100. So I remembered that lemon juice, or citric acid will cook fish. So just in case, I drank a bottle of Jack Danials to be sure
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Like someone mentioned previously, I S&P both sides and sear for 1.5-2 minutes in olive oil in a very hot pan. I like most of the center to be raw. I only do this with sushi-grade Ahi. I like it dipped in soy sauce.
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So just in case, I drank a bottle of Jack Danials to be sure
GOOD BOY! You can NEVER be TOO careful!!!!!

I also like to marinate maybe 10 minutes in a mix of soy, rice wine vinegar, a bit of sesame oil, spread some wasabi on it and cut a piece of nori to match the shape then cook as usual.
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... So just in case, I drank a bottle of Jack Danials to be sure
Well, it is Mr.Daniels, but either way, I try to kill off all germs that way too

...but if you know him well, he just goes by Jack.
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