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    Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Ever get tired of all the canned tuna? A good alternative is canned chicken found at Costco. Significantly less cost per lb than canned Tuna. And I don't tire of it as easily as the canned Tuna either.


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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Thanks times. Ill give it a go

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    Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Never thought about canned chicken.
    I'll give it a try!!!

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Neither, buy it raw and cook it best IMO.
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Heat that junk up and pour some Heinz 57 on there and your taste buds will love you

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Never tried it because I couldn't imagine it tasting good. But if you say it is I'll try it.

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    I have a couple of cans I brought from bj's but what I noticed it has 319mg of sodium per serving and there's 6 servings, is that bad??
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Canned chicken breast is amazing and I use it to make an awesome chicken salad sandwich. I get berkely & jensen...tastes great...and 84 g of protein per can

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    The protein and convenience is certainly viable. The sodium for guys watching their BP and water especially BB's like me are going to limit or exclude canned meats more often than not.
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    I would get regular chicken and boil it. The sodium content is too high in canned chicken.

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Yup, been eating this for a while. I would rather the canned chix than the tuna anyday.
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    sodium way too high for me, I don't eat canned anything
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    I been eating canned chicken for about 8 years now. "Chicken of the Sea" brand actually. Its cheaper than the tuna and more protein. Does have a lot more sodium than boiled chicken breast made into chicken salad but it's so much easier if you don't have the time.

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    occasionally I will through a can into my menu rotation, but I do try and watch my salt intake. I am really a straight up meat type of person, steak, chicken, salmon, hamburger. But I like the convenience of canned chicken for chicken salad.

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    i cant eat fish, it makes me sick, so canned chicken been a part of the choices for me for years!!

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    yes, i agree with you blokes on the salt. But then again, this was really aimed at those that eat canned tuna like I did for a year in afghanistan, and putting one more bite of canned tuna in my mouth now is a real effort......

    And I do agree, this is a "convenience" thing. If I was really trying to do this right, I would skip it.

    Another time saver are those roasted 2lb chickens you see at Costco for $5 each. When I go to Costco, i'll usually bring back one or two. Problem with those quite often is Costco has a tendency to slightly undercook, so you have to watch out for that.

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Originally Posted by Santaklaus View Post
    I been eating canned chicken for about 8 years now. "Chicken of the Sea" brand actually. Its cheaper than the tuna and more protein. Does have a lot more sodium than boiled chicken breast made into chicken salad but it's so much easier if you don't have the time.
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    I remember watching that episode with my then girlfriend and thinking "what an air head"

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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    Sriacha?sauce on either makes it delicious
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    Re: Canned Tuna vs. Canned Chicken

    I keep several cans of chicken in the pantry either for when I've run out of time or supplies (cooking) or as previously mentioned just to mix things up on occasion.

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