April 20

how about a recipe for canned tuna? I don't use mayo and olive oil & lemon is getting dull.

Jim Locascio, Level 31
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Katie Smith, Level 24
Katie Smith2 points
April 28

My favorite is Chris Mohr. He shares tuna recipes in several of his programs. I tagged the two im pretty sure he discusses tuna recipes.
His tips are great, we've implemented a few of his strategies.
Good luck, hope you enjoy!

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Chris Mohr, Level 9
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tlc tlc, Level 39
tlc tlc26 points
June 15

I learned today that yogurt may be substituted for mayonnaise in tuna salad!

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tlc tlc, Level 39
tlc tlc26 points
April 20

Hi - I think this might be the only video on Grokker that uses canned tuna. I personally like to add 2 tablespoons of hummus and one tablespoon of dill relish to my five-ounce can of tuna for the world's fastest, easiest tuna recipe (maybe adding a bit of chopped bell peppers).... but here is a fancier, less primitive version of my hummus/dill combo:

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