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    greetings...

    3 days ago i was lookin for sumthin to eat and found a tin of tuna in the cupboard so i jacked it open and ate it, and it tasted good. the next day is was very ill... (very ill), puked up loads. so i was wondering if you have to cook the tuna first or what ?? it tasted ok, and i thought sushi was raw fish so i assumed it would be ok.

    can someone tell me also how i would go about cooking tuna if this is neccacery next time.

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    You don't have to cook it, are you sure it hadn't gone past it's use by date?
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    nope, canned tuna doesnt have to be cooked. maybe the seal was broken?
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    You don't have to cook it, are you sure it hadn't gone past it's use by date?
    i dunno... i guess i was just looking for answers as to what made me so ill. it could be loads of things, maybe just a bug or something. damn, i was hoping you are meant to cook it, at least then i know what it was.
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    (Original post by endorf)
    i dunno... i guess i was just looking for answers as to what made me so ill. it could be loads of things, maybe just a bug or something. damn, i was hoping you are meant to cook it, at least then i know what it was.
    youd only cook tuna if it was a steak but other wise no.......boys! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by trigger)
    youd only cook tuna if it was a steak but other wise no.......boys! :rolleyes:
    what the f*ck - im not domesticated !

    is canned tuna already cooked then ??
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    Tuna doesnt have to be cooked, tuna in a tin is cooked yet it can be eaten raw also. Must have been out of date
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    (Original post by Investmentboy)
    Tuna doesnt have to be cooked, tuna in a tin is cooked yet it can be eaten raw also. Must have been out of date

    lol, trust a guy not to look at the date!
    you feeling better yet? xx
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    Is it true that hot dogs are already cooked and when you cook them it's only to warm them up? Not totally relevant but i was wondering.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Is it true that hot dogs are already cooked and when you cook them it's only to warm them up? Not totally relevant but i was wondering.
    yeah i think so its amazing whaty junk we will eat as the human race
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    (Original post by endorf)
    greetings...

    3 days ago i was lookin for sumthin to eat and found a tin of tuna in the cupboard so i jacked it open and ate it, and it tasted good. the next day is was very ill... (very ill), puked up loads. so i was wondering if you have to cook the tuna first or what ?? it tasted ok, and i thought sushi was raw fish so i assumed it would be ok.

    can someone tell me also how i would go about cooking tuna if this is neccacery next time.

    merci
    Did you drain all the oil or whatever out first?
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    (Original post by neha p)
    lol, trust a guy not to look at the date!
    you feeling better yet? xx
    yeah im ok now - it was fked tho - i was puking up and i had nothing left to puke up. maybe it was out of date.... i will check next time.
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    (Original post by Cate)
    Did you drain all the oil or whatever out first?
    i just ate it out the can, student style....
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    Go and dig up the tin and see if it was out of date, i want to know as much as you do now.
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    (Original post by endorf)
    yeah im ok now - it was fked tho - i was puking up and i had nothing left to puke up. maybe it was out of date.... i will check next time.
    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
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    (Original post by endorf)
    yeah im ok now - it was fked tho - i was puking up and i had nothing left to puke up. maybe it was out of date.... i will check next time.
    LOL, usually a good option
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Go and dig up the tin and see if it was out of date, i want to know as much as you do now.
    i think its gone now.. and im not goin thru the bins, it is too degrading. but it did look quite and old tin, a bit rusty. but hey, i have learnt to check next time, so it is a worthwhile lesson.
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    (Original post by endorf)
    i think its gone now.. and im not goin thru the bins, it is too degrading. but it did look quite and old tin, a bit rusty. but hey, i have learnt to check next time, so it is a worthwhile lesson.
    was the tuna an unhealthy green coulour?
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    (Original post by trigger)
    was the tuna an unhealthy green coulour?
    just looked and tasted normal... thats why i didnt really have any quarms about eating it. how come you have to cook chicken, but not tuna then ??
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    (Original post by endorf)
    i think its gone now.. and im not goin thru the bins, it is too degrading. but it did look quite and old tin, a bit rusty. but hey, i have learnt to check next time, so it is a worthwhile lesson.
    lol you're almost as bad as me, many a time i have made myself ill by eating expired products.
 
 
 
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