I prefer tuna from a can but will eat it if it is cooked well and it is one of my favorite fish to have for a meal
I grew up eating canned tuna from the following brands sold in local stores near our home in Dallas, TX.
The one canned tuna I ate most of was called and still is called Starkist. Chicken of the Sea is also a family favorite.
But here lately I have learned that you get a trace of Mercury in some tuna and even worse, radiation!
I don't think they would sell tuna fish that is contaminated right? I mean, I have been eating it all my life. Should I be concerned? And are some tuna fish actually on the endangered species list?
Well, I know I can Google it. But I am tired and I don't want to become discouraged not to eat it because I enjoy eating tuna salad sandwiches and don't really like the idea of stopping now. It has a good amount of protein and is low in calories so for that reason alone and it tastes good, I will likely not stop buying it.
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