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Old 01 December 2018, 00:53   #1
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Dinner sorted

Last week yellowfin today albacore
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Dinner sorted. I think my cat would faint if it saw that yellowfin!

Are they easy enough to fillet? Tuna steaks are more expensive than beef, better for you and taste great if cooked right.
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Dinner sorted. I think my cat would faint if it saw that yellowfin!

Are they easy enough to fillet? Tuna steaks are more expensive than beef, better for you and taste great if cooked right.
They are pretty easy to cut up, these days you can always find a video on YouTube how to do most things. These are actually albacore, a more white coloured meat and very good to eat. Last week we caught yellowfin tuna which grow much bigger than these.
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They are pretty easy to cut up, these days you can always find a video on YouTube how to do most things. These are actually albacore, a more white coloured meat and very good to eat. Last week we caught yellowfin tuna which grow much bigger than these.
Cheers Jonp, enjoy it when it comes to eating.

Like his approach. Here's someone that's been doing it for years. Boy, is that knife sharp.
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Cheers Jonp, enjoy it when it comes to eating.

Like his approach. Here's someone that's been doing it for years. Boy, is that knife sharp.


I presume the albacore is a pelagic fish ? and that is why he cuts out the darker oiler meat, you get this in the ubiquitous mackerel but I eat the lot
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The fish in the above video don't look ver fresh, the meat has changed to a milky white colour and a mushy texture. Many are snap frozen on comercial vessels and simply don't compare to fresh fillets.
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