I really don't think there IS such a thing as too much tuna, especially if it's raw and sliced...with a little wasabi.
I think that most of the sushi-grade is caught on lines, so they don't get bruised.
Did I mention I love me some tuna?
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By far the best tuna I've tried is Wild Planet. It has over 3 g omega-3 in each can for the albacore and is minimal mercury. It is line caught and very young tuna so it has less contamination. And it tastes great! It is cooked in the (BPA-free) can so the oil that's in the can is actual fish oil. Just mix it in and eat. I like to put lemon, capers, onions, and celery. That's how my daughter likes it too. I get the salt-free because I like add my own seasonings and capers which makes the regular salt-added too salty to me. At Whole Paycheck, it's 3.39/can or 2.99 on sale where I am. I don't consider that bad, especially for the nutrition in it. I just looked on Amazon and it breaks down to 2.77/can when you order six cans. Vitacost has it too. Highly recommend...and at least you know it tastes way better and is less contaminated.
ETA: As a side note, I know that cillakat (Katherine) mentions that more DHA than EPA is what's found in nature. That's exactly the case with this tuna. One can has 2320 mg DHA and 720 mg EPA.
Last edited by ShannonPA-S; 08-26-2010 at 12:03 PM.