What is White Tuna?
White tuna is a canned fish product from the meat of the albacore tuna fish. It can be packed in oil or water. Oil packed tuna is a white color and oilier and richer in flavor than other tunas. The oil that it is packed in adds extra moisture. The flavor is fishy and salty. Canned tuna is usually used to make tuna salad.
...Tuna is a type of saltwater fish and vary in size and color, depending on the type of tuna. Generally tuna has a semi-firm texture and is very flaky and often on the dryer side. It is a meatier fish than others. The meat is red when raw and once cooked it takes in a grey tone. The flavor is strong and fishy.
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