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luvs

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mine are beans, but i can't eat them. it's a gaseous problem. :oops:
steak is really good, too. ribeye.
 

GB

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First would be sushi. Next would be lobster and other shellfish. After that, too many to mention :)
 

luvs

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i always knew you were a sushi nut. i love it, too. especially white tuna. :)
 

JohnL

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I pretty much like anything spicy.
Mexican, Thai, Cajun ect......
It really doesn't matter what it's based on, as long as there is some form of animal protein in it. I love vegetables, but I'm definately not a vegetarian.
BTW, Luvs and GB.
What is white tuna sushi?
I've had yellowfin, blue, big eye and long fin, but have never heard of white tuna. Is it a species of tuna or a sushi prep technique?
John.
 

luvs

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JohnL said:
I pretty much like anything spicy.
Mexican, Thai, Cajun ect......
It really doesn't matter what it's based on, as long as there is some form of animal protein in it. I love vegetables, but I'm definately not a vegetarian.
BTW, Luvs and GB.
What is white tuna sushi?
I've had yellowfin, blue, big eye and long fin, but have never heard of white tuna. Is it a species of tuna or a sushi prep technique?
John.

i'm not really sure' jon?
geebs would know better than me. white tuna is excellent.
 

ironchef

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JohnL said:
What is white tuna sushi?
I've had yellowfin, blue, big eye and long fin, but have never heard of white tuna. Is it a species of tuna or a sushi prep technique?
John.

There are two that they could most likely be referring to. Hamachi, or yellowfin ,is the higher end of the two. Hamachi has a very pale pink almost whitish color, and has a good fat content. Hamachi is actually not a tuna, but a member of the jack family, but many sushi restaurants mistakenly label, market, and sell it as a type of tuna.

The second of the two is albacore tuna, or tombo. It's the only tuna that can be "allowed" to be classified as a white tuna. It's very mild in flavor, and has a light-dark pinkish color. Tombo has a very mild flavor, and among the more affordable cuts of tuna in sushi restaurants, with the exception of skipjack.
 

nicole

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i think i would have to say steak and fried shrimp. but, im sure i can add alot to this list
 

GB

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luvs_food said:
JohnL said:
I pretty much like anything spicy.
Mexican, Thai, Cajun ect......
It really doesn't matter what it's based on, as long as there is some form of animal protein in it. I love vegetables, but I'm definately not a vegetarian.
BTW, Luvs and GB.
What is white tuna sushi?
I've had yellowfin, blue, big eye and long fin, but have never heard of white tuna. Is it a species of tuna or a sushi prep technique?
John.

i'm not really sure' jon?
geebs would know better than me. white tuna is excellent.

I believe it is a type. I know it is not a preparation.

I just did a quick Google search and came across THIS site. It might give you some more info on white tuna or it might confuse matters even more.
 

PA Baker

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It all depends on my mood. But what comes to mind at the moment includes: pizza, watermellon, any kind of berries, and broccoli.
 

JohnL

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Thanks for the explanation ironchef, and GB, I like that site.
Looks like I'll have to try some!
John.
 

sarah

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bang bang! i love dunkin donuts DONUTS too...i dont like krispy kream at all,they are too sweet,the only thing you taste while eating them is sugar...
 

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