What Do You Put In Your Tuna Fish Salad?

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26-30, M
49 Responses Feb 24, 2010

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Hard boiled egg, chopped celery, diced onion, sweet pickle relish, tuna, salt, pepper, and Miracle Whip</p>

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mayo and onions but when i dont have onions i use a little mustard and spice</p>

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Mayo always, and raw onion,&nbsp; then as "on hand" chopped: carrot, pepper, and cilantro, with black pepper, NO salt. One of the few times i accept white bread instead of "real" bread [pumpernickle, rye, 12 grain, etc].</p>

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Pepper, horseradish dressing and sweet pickle relish and serve on toasted wheat bread slices with a can of Coors.</p>

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<strong>Any salad veggies that are grown in South Australia!</strong></p>
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<strong>The best olive oil from South Australia</strong></p>
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<strong>and, of course, the BEST Tuna in the world.....From ...South Australia!</strong></p>
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<strong>&nbsp;Followed, of course, by a great bottle of wine.....from....South Australia!</strong></p>

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my fork to eat it</p>

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Besides tuna? Mayo, relish, celery, egg, ranch dressing, and Louisiana style hot sauce to give it some zip. Great on stone ground wheat crackers.</p>

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Ah, I'd "say": KEEP IT 'Simple'. Tuna and Mayo; WHAT "more" REALLY 'Is Needed' ? Then, put it on some Sourdough bread and Add some Cheese (I favor Monterey Jack or Swiss)....</p>
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and Bite In !!! (Yummy, Yummy For My Tummy.)</p>

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You lost me at "your"...</p>
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I've never made tuna fish salad in my life!&nbsp; I've eatten it at a friends house though!&nbsp; It was good!&nbsp; I'm not exactly sure what was in it, but I'm assuming tuna.</p>

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Tuna, avacodo, capers, cilantro, celery, mayo,&nbsp;&nbsp;sunflower greens and I also put love in everything I make</p>

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Chilli & Red Salmon</p>

Helman's Olive Oil Mayo, chopped dill pickles, celery, Jane's Mixed-Up Salt, black olives. Yum!<br />
Sm00thie's receipe sounds good...I might give that a try. :)

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erm....tuna??xx</p>

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No tuna but almost anything else</p>

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Tuna 'yuck' . It must be vomit cos thats what I do when I smell the crap.</p>

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<em><strong>"I like mine with geisha tuna steak in water, red onion finely chopped, celery finely chopped, some mayo, cranberries, on Dutch Family Multi Grain bread toasted, piece of butcher cut swiss cheese and a few thin slices of red and green apples.&nbsp; MMM...a little tast of heaven for me!!!"</strong></em></p>

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A bit of mayo, some chopped sweet onion, a bit of sweet pickle relish, pepper, and tuna of course! Sometimes lettuce and/or thin tomato slice, and served on a very good whole/multi grain bread.</p>

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Who has time to cook?&nbsp; I am not a chef 'du jur' of the month.</p>
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I simply eat tuna straight from the can with a dash of salt.</p>

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Onion, celery, mayo, mustard, hardboiled egg, dill pickle, and seasoning.</p>

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Tuna and love!</p>

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&nbsp;&nbsp;Well i love to put hard boiled eggs and pickles and a little bit of onions.It makes the best treat on toasted bread with tomato soup and crackers..Now i am hungry again..lol</p>

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" holy halotosis Batman!" a mint!</p>

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First, I throw out the tuna. Spinach, onions, any kind of beans, peas, corn, bell pepper, honey mustard, and some soy cheese. Yum!</p>

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Mayo, Pasta and sweetcorn. Yummy <3</p>

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I dip my balls in it</p>

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I combine drained water packed tuna, mayonaise, chopped onion, celery and dill pickle relish. Tuna is always satisfying to me.</p>

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<strong><em>cause it f$&%kin rocksthats why!!</em></strong></p>

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<strong>tuna salad is one of my favorites.&nbsp; i love to put some veges of any type in it.&nbsp; they're best if freshly stolen from somebody's garden.&nbsp; add a few worms, and some roly poly's to taste.&nbsp; sometimes i like the crunch of a few grasshoppers.&nbsp; if you come to my sand pile, i'll share some with you.</strong></p>
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<strong>**pecking at fresh tuna/grub salad**</strong></p>

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Depending on my mood... LOL!&nbsp;</p>
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If I am in a rush, it is just mayonaise, pickle relish (chopped up sweet pickles, for the non-USers), maybe a bit of brown mustard.</p>
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When I am feeling up to a bit more, it is: fry a ***** of bacon or two, then sautee sweet onions and a garlic clove, drain the bacon grease, fold in the drained tuna, sautee for a minute.&nbsp; Then put in a bowl, and add mayonaise, brown mustard or dijon mustard, a chopped hard-boiled egg, diced tomato, and a little crumbled bacon.</p>
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NUM</p>

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Everything but Tuna! Can't stand the stuff!</p>

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Tuna fish.....isn't that redundant????</p>

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I don't.</p>

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pickle relish and onion w/ celery</p>

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I like some celery in mine!</p>

Tuna, potatoes, tomatoes, baby corn cobs, sliced onion, hard boiled egg, oil, salt & vinegar....yummm! Now I´m hungry!!

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dejon mustard, a little chopped up leeks, parsley, sea salt, and fresh ground pepper, and then a fork!</p>

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A little French dressing and a equal amount of mayo</p>

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A fork!</p>

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Salad dressing, onions , pepper,celery and&nbsp;garlic.</p>
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Don't even think about putting green olives in tuna salad "eeew"</p>

Anything but tuna

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Nothing, I don't eat tuna since&nbsp;I found a long hair( it wasn't mine)&nbsp;in a can of tuna&nbsp;I opened. That was back in 1996.</p>

tuna?

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L S D</p>

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Tomatoes. grilled onions corn, vegetable mix, mayonnaise, a little bit of mustard for flavor, before i put all that in, i grill the onions and i put the tuna to grill with the onions, it takes away some of the fishy taste it has!!</p>
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Boooya</p>

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tuna drained,egg,salt, pepper,onion salt. garlic,mayo,little mustard sometimes homemade ranch dressing</p>

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My <strong>teeth. </strong></p>

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Is this a trick question?</p>
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Tuna of course silly :)</p>

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sweet corn, mayo, chopped tomatos and tuna - no lettuce or salad leaves of any kind ... YUMMMM!</p>
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:D</p>

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A little salt and pepper, mayo, onion and celery and of course tuna drained and crumpled up very fine.</p>