Pack Tombo

October 20, 2011 by  
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Tuna in water Vs. Tuna in oil which is better?

What if you can use the oil in the can for cooking? Is the oil in the can healthy?

Thanks to everyone who has answered. 🙂 Happy eating and cooking.

It is largely a matter of personal preference. I usually use tuna packed in saltwater (brine) or freshwater. I drain the tuna and then add it to recipes. Sometimes I buy the oil-packed kind if that's all the store has.

It is a good idea to eat tuna twice a week because it is so rich in nutrients and protein, as well as potassium, selenium and magnesium, vitamins B1, B6 and niacin and also omega-3 fatty acids which are good for you.

Canned tuna can be a good omega-3 fat source but different types of canned tuna offer different amounts. If you buy "light tuna" this might be bluefin, skipjack, tongol or yellowfin, although the name "light" also refers to tombo, longfin and ahi tuna.

If it is important to you to get omega-3 fatty acids then water-packed tuna is better than tuna in oil. The oil mixes with some of the natural fat of the tuna so when you drain it off You Are also draining off some of the omega-3s. Water and oil do not mix so this doesn't happen with the water-packed kind.

One cup of light tuna in oil contains 290 kcals. A cup of albacore tuna in oil gives you 330 kcals. Light tuna in water is 180 kcals and albacore tuna in water is 220 kcals.

The oil in the can might be vegetable oil, olive oil or another kind. You can use it in your recipe if you want but most people drain the tuna and then just add it to the recipe. There will still be a fair amount of oil clinging to the tuna. Since the tuna is already cooked you just need to add it to the recipe and warm it through.

Alternatively you can make simple salad recipes with it, using it cold instead. Tuna pasta salad is especially nice.

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