Does Tuna count as white fish in AAMW??

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  1. Tazzi

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    Hey Guys,

    Ok so i have never had an add a meal week.....ever! But i am trying to introduce food back into my life since i seem to have so many problems with it. I have started cooking for other people since ive started and i think im ready for an add a meal day....or week if i dare. So i am assuming that i have my 3 shakes as normal and the allowed list.

    Is Tuna on it???

    Taz x
     
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  3. Hedgemag

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    No tuna is an oily fish so the answer is no.
     
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    Hi,

    You can have approx 100g of tuna in spring water.

    Tuna is an oily fish when fresh. Once it has been through the canning process it is classed as a white fish and the oils have been removed.

    Strange but true!
     
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    Thanks Linda, new one on me....................always thought it was an oily fish.
     
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    Really! Tuna on AAMW?? Excellent, starting AAM 2morrow, loooove tuna! Excuse the over-excitement lmao
     
  8. CW Consultant

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    Make sure its in spring water and not brine.
     
  9. firestar

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    oh 'eck, why not brine? :eek:
     
  10. Hedgemag

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    Brine is SALT WATER.......can make you retain fluid
     
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    Ah, right, I didn't know brine was salt water... duh! :eek:
     
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    ah feck i was eatin lots of tuna in brine on 790. any wonder i only lost 2lbs.
     
  13. Heaven can wait

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    Asda do ayellow fintuna steak in spring water its in the extra special range and comes in a white pouch and it delicious! it comes out of the pouch like a proper steak of tuna so its looks masses on your plate and you deserve the best if thats all your getting is my sentiment. Only problem is its 130 gms so you would have to be extra strong and give the extra 30gms bit to a passing pussy cat !
     
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