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I made tuna salad with cut up apples. I just added mayo and apples. It was very good. I omitted celery, onions, bagels. Can't stand bagels. Also I put the tuna salad on wheat bread. Yup, that is a keeper. My mom liked the taste.
Jan. 05, 2014, 1:29 PM - Inappropriate review?
I used chicken of the sea albacore tuna which had half the potassium of the other brands. My mom loves tuna so I knew this would be a recipe we'd be making again and again.
Feb. 18, 2013, 7:49 PM - Inappropriate review?
I'm always cutting corners where I can on potassium and sodium. We found "Western Bagel" brand bagels at Wal-Mart in the dairy section that are actually portion controlled and healthier than all others I've searched for. That mixed with "Bumble Bee" very low sodium white Albacore tuna (in water) and this was a perfect lunch!
Nov. 25, 2009, 12:36 PM - Inappropriate review?
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