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Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke #5390377 03/31/20 06:05 PM
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This was on sale at the supermarket a few weeks ago for $4 or $5 so I tried it. Over half pound of sushi grade tuna and sauce packet. I added a diced Kumato tomato to it. Tastes very good and fresh. No fishy smell at all. Would be nice if they included some toppings that usually make up a poke bowl. Low fat, only 300 calories, high protein. The few poke places around here want $12 for a bowl with half as much fish, so it's good deal when on sale.

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Never heard of tuna poke, what is it?

I do like ahi tuna though. Aldi sells a frozen pkg of Ahi tuna steaks, think they are 12oz for about $4. Those are about THE best fish steaks I've ever eaten, I prefer them over a nice beef steak even.


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Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5390405 03/31/20 06:45 PM
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Interesting, I’ll have to keep an eye out.

What supermarket? Harris Teeter?

Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5390438 03/31/20 07:42 PM
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Giant Food.

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Originally Posted by 92saturnsl2
Never heard of tuna poke, what is it?

I do like ahi tuna though. Aldi sells a frozen pkg of Ahi tuna steaks, think they are 12oz for about $4. Those are about THE best fish steaks I've ever eaten, I prefer them over a nice beef steak even.


How do you cook them? I want to try it.


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Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5390478 03/31/20 08:59 PM
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Sounds like Chinese take out.

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Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5390671 04/01/20 07:28 AM
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I like tuna also. Consumer Reports has suggested to eat Albacore tuna rarely if ever due to mercury. The only tuna that is OK is the chunk light which is a different fish. (and not as good tasting).


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Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5390695 04/01/20 08:10 AM
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Yeah, I believe Ahi/sushi tuna is bigeye...which is delicious but has highest content of mercury. Adult men probably limit to 1 serving per month. Pregnant women/children should avoid entirely.
Anyway I don't think the OP was looking for a public service announcement...
So thanks for the recommendation, looks great.

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Originally Posted by Donald
I like tuna also. Consumer Reports has suggested to eat Albacore tuna rarely if ever due to mercury. The only tuna that is OK is the chunk light which is a different fish. (and not as good tasting).

Thanks for the info. I didn't realize there was such a large mercury concentration difference between albacore and chunk light.

Here is a handy guide of various fish by mercury concentration level, for those interested:
https://www.nrdc.org/sites/default/files/walletcard.pdf


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Re: Bumblebee Ahi tuna poke [Re: atikovi] #5391154 04/01/20 06:08 PM
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You need to look at the ratios of selenium to mercury in fish. This is a misguided info on mercury in seafood.



https://david-krantz.com/worried-about-mercury-in-fish-read-this/


https://chriskresser.com/5-reasons-why-concerns-about-mercury-in-fish-are-misguided/

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Originally Posted by Donald
I like tuna also. Consumer Reports has suggested to eat Albacore tuna rarely if ever due to mercury. The only tuna that is OK is the chunk light which is a different fish. (and not as good tasting).


Not true eat all the Albacore tuna daily and you got a healthy diet. Asians been eating seafood for centuries without any mercury problems, western media hype maybe Consumer Reports is favoring the beef Industry.

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Originally Posted by Mamala Bay
Asians been eating seafood for centuries without any mercury problems,


Industrial mercury has only been a significant environmental contaminant since the last century, no?

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Originally Posted by Mamala Bay
Asians been eating seafood for centuries without any mercury problems,


Industrial mercury has only been a significant environmental contaminant since the last century, no?


I don't know but they seem to go after ocean fish which always was high in mercury centuries ago? Ocean fish always was now freshwater fish not so...

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