Canned Tuna [FOOD REVIEW]

in #food6 years ago

To be honest, I couldn't even get a bite down, to my very detriment. The taste was that imminent. Despite this stroke of bad luck, I would still follow up with a spot-on, quality review of the meal, of course. - mus

Skipjack Tuna, pieces of fillet in water


Nutritional value (100g)

Fats: 1g

Carbohydrates: 0g

Protein: 24g

Clocking in at tiny 1 gram of fat, no carbs and a whole 24g of protein, this food is an excellent choice for anybody who is an athletics-oriented individual. It's one of the cheapest (but not the cheapest) healthy foods, which is also one of the most sustainable types of foods, with an extreme amount of protein. This pretty much guarantees a bright future for your soon-to-be, rock-hard abs. Don't disappoint them!

"It is truly remarkable how beautiful such a disgusting thing can really be." - mus

Pros: Consists of an immense amount of protein, will contribute to getting abs faster, extremely easy to prepare, lasts for ages before spoiled, cheap, dolphin secure

Cons: Takes hours on end to finish (unless you're planning on getting your taste buds surgically removed), has an intense smell, drips a lot, not cheap enough


Taste: 0/10

Smell: 2/10

Durability: 10/10

Digestion: 10/10

Logistics: 10/10

Nutritional value: 11/10

Price: 7/10

Score: 8/10

Summary: If you've got 3 hours to spare, can't say no to a challenge and got two cans of ICA Tonfisk, this easy-to-make fish dish is unlikely to disappoint. Top notch tuna, caught in the depths of The Pacific Ocean, will satisfy anyone with a significant amount of deferral of gratification. It's not easy, but once you attack it, this lean meal will leave you feeling more fit of a person. Put this on your weekly menu and you'll definitely kick the overall nutritional level up a notch!