In fact, it IS fish, mostly.
I've made this by buying a slab o' tuna, cooking it, flaking it, and making tuna salad out of it, and -- let's be honest -- that's a lot of trouble to go to for tuna salad, but it truly is a world above the canned stuff.
Usually, though, I buy canned (or, if you speak British, tinned) tuna in water and give the water part to the cats.
I don't get very fancy with my tuna salad. Tuna, onion, celery, and mayonnaise is pretty much it. If I have some water chestnuts, I'll sliver some and put those in.
Sometimes I make up for the simplicity by trying to make it look fancy.
But it's still just tuna fish.
Marian Allen, Author Lady
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