Heard about this tuna on a recipe web site and thought I would try it to see if the taste was really that much better. You bet it is ! Adds a wonderful taste to recipes calling for tun. The calorie difference isn't that much and well worth the. Will continue to buy, my go to tuna. You will enjoy also.
Unless you're a health nut, tuna in olive oil is almost always preferable to that in water. And Genova is the best of the normally priced ones. (there are some super-expensive imported brands in a jar, but they cost as much as fresh tuna) For a quick meal, I like to open a can over a salad mix, complete with the oil, then add some fresh lemon juice, salt and pepper and that's it! A quick, delicious healthy meal.
If you're tired of tuna that tastes like wet cardboard, try this. I'm not young, and this is the tuna we used to have when I was a kid.Sure it's packed in oil, but it's healthy, monounsaturated olive oil, and you can always squeeze most of it out, because the flavor remains in the tuna and not in the oil.This tuna doesn't require much seasoning, but I put in dill, thyme, black pepper and sometimes chopped celery and sweet pepper. Rice vinegar (milder than the regul..