Tuna in Brine?

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  1. cee-cee

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    I am doing 810 this week, and I can't get hold of tuna in water. Is tuna in brine OK, drained? Or would the salt content cause problems? And would it be OK to have a hard-boiled egg with it? Just getting fed up with chicken salad a bit.
     
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    Tuna in water is tuna in brine, so thats fine.
     
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    You can get tuna in spring water from most supermarkets
     
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    Oh Carol, you've made me giggle at myself, I've been buying the 'in spring water' religiously and it is like trying to find the holy grail in some shops xx
     
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    Tuna in brine is definitely a no brine is salt.

    Most supermarkets do Tuna in spring water Tescos now do their own variety its has a purple label.

    The brine will make you retain water.

    Definite no to the egg too much fat.

    Linda
     
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    Oooooo thanks for that Linda - I didnt realise and had tuna in brine yesterday.... Must re-look for the one in water... Not that I enjoyed it :eek::eek:.....
     
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