Have you ever tried it? LOL Their little noses smell it from Jupiter! But our cats don’t particularly care for the actual tuna, they just go crazy for the tuna juice. So, when I made tuna salad last night, guess who was there to help take care of the excess juice?
Our other 2 kitties weren’t interested, or in reality, had no chance of competing with China and Tanner, who pretty much have seniority over the others.
I made tuna salad in the evening so it could chill overnight in the fridge. It tastes better when it’s chilled, in my opinion. Warm tuna is kinda… blah. But I still like it.
When Nature’s Pride sent me a loaf of Hearty Wheat with Flax bread from the Foodbuzz Tastemaker program, I just had to try it with tuna.
This hearty kind of bread is my favorite type to use for a tuna sandwich. No wimpy slices, all big, hefty ones!
I was really pleased to discover that the sodium content is so much lower than that of competing brands:
I’ve seen similar breads with as much as 320mg per slice! 130mg is much, much better. And the slices are huge, so just one makes a nice sized sandwich.
This morning, I couldn’t wait to make my tuna sandwich. One slice of Nature’s Pride Hearty Wheat with Flax (100 cal) with tuna salad made with Hellmann’s mayo, chopped mixed lettuce sprinkled with oregano and a dash of garlic sea salt, and a garlic-stuffed green olive on top.
So delicious! I predict that this loaf is going to be gone very quickly. Don’t expect much variety in my posts for the next few days. I think tuna on Hearty Wheat with Flax is going to dominate my menu for awhile, LOL.
Question: Do you like hearty, grainy breads? I love all breads; grainy, gritty, soft, squishy, fluffy, crusty. I enjoy all of them equally!