CANNED TUNA IS THE CANNED FISH WITH THE MOST PREJUDICE. IT MUST TARGET DOLPHIN KILLS, HEAVY METALS, OVERFISHING AND ENVIRONMENTALLY HARMFUL PRODUCTION. BUT HAS DÅSETUN DESERVED IT?
The prejudices about canned tuna
Why do I love canned tuna?
There are several reasons for this, but the biggest one is that I have always liked preserves. It may sound a bit absurd, but I had a canning club with my grandfather. We ate preserves together and tried to find things that were special or different. It was about exotic cans with food and stories from the warm countries. It stands as one of the fondest memories from my childhood, and means that I am always on the lookout for new preserves. For me, canning is a way of preserving taste and expression in food products, and it is a preservation method that beats all competitors when it comes to preserving freshness and consistency. That's why I bought a can of the most amazing tuna I had ever tasted. A golden can with rod and line fished skipjack tuna. I had sailed across the Atlantic with a group of friends, and when we landed in the Azores, I went in search of canned goods. there are still manufacturers who focus on quality rather than quantity.