By Chris Newport, MS, RDN/LDN, CISSN
Whenever I think of tuna salad, I think of a cheap, cafeteria-style, drowning-in-mayo, sickly sweet blob of mush. In other words, it pretty much grosses me out. Until my husband made it. He’s clearly a tuna salad hero.
While he says that the best tuna salad is made from fresh tuna, using high quality canned tuna is an easy shortcut that makes for convenient and healthy salads and sandwiches that are packed with protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Plus, it’s great for low carb, high fat diets.
Give it a try. It’s far better than the cafeteria stuff!