Tuesday, December 13, 2005

The Unfortunate Incident of the Tuno in the Lunch Box or The Lunch That Wasn't

Little shmoo has been begging me for three months for a can of Tuno from the health food store. I asked my friend Mike at the store, "Have you tried this?"
"Yeah."
"Is it good?"
"Nope."
With that glowing recommendation in mind, I put off buying it for as long as I could, but the shmoo finally wore me down and I bought a can.

The instructions said to use Tuno as you would tuna, so I mixed it with vegenaise and capers and put it on white bread. I packed it with tater tots & ketchup, green beans, and grapefruit segments.

After I took some pictures I still felt extremely doubtful, so I said, "I think you better take a bite of this now in case you don't like it." Shmoo took a bite and made a big nasty face. I took a bite and made an even bigger nasty face. The Tuno went in the trash and I slapped together a pb&j.

I thought about taking a new picture and forgetting this whole sorry incident, but instead decided to let it stand so I could ask all you Tuno lovers out there...where did I go wrong?

Verdict: 0 stars for Tuno, with a tip o' the hat to peanut butter for always being there for me.

97 comments:

ashley said...

You have a lot of courage to try tuno!!!! I think that's one thing i can definitely live without. ;)

lonna said...

I have only heard bad things about tuno. It sounds really nasty.

Monkey Eat Food said...

I recommend frozen Tuno over the kind in the can. The taste and texture of the frozen kind is actually fairly similar to "real" tuna.

bitterknitter said...

I used the canned Tuno for a yummy Tuno Casserole. I mixed up a vegan cream of celery soup (I don't like mushrooms) and used a Tuno Casserole recipe that I found online. It was really good and my omni boyfriend liked it as well. It was the recipe at this site.

http://www.cse.nd.edu/~pscherm1/recipes/tuno.html

Deb said...

Tuno is just wrong on so many levels!

roxy said...

i've also heard that the frozen kind is way more palatable-- i guess the canned kind is slimey? my friend len used to make tuno salad with the frozen type all the time and eat it with crackers.

_dahn said...

hah! sorry to hear about the gooey mess

and i had no idea little shmoo was so adorable!

SusanV said...

Oh, I heard the stories about frozen tuno being better, too. Don't believe them! I bought some, and it was the most disgusting thing I've ever tasted...and I've had tuna before. If Shmoo has never had tuna, I can imagine that tuno would be a shock!

jennifer said...

i'm actually a fan of canned tuno... i made it like i used to make tuna: veganaise, chopped celery, sweet pickle relish, and a lot of ground black pepper. yum!

Anonymous said...

I think tuno rocks! I drain it, mix it with Nayonaise, and eat it on bagels.

Chris said...

My wife and I tried a can of Tuno once a few years ago. Same reaction. I probably tried more than one bite because I really wanted to like it but most of it ended up in the compost pile.

Anonymous said...

I love the frozen Tuno! I make a vegan tuno noodle casserole with it (shoestring potato chips on top and I make my own vegan version of mushroom soup), tuno sandwich salad filling with Veganaise, sweet pickle relish, etc. and a tuno pasta salad. The canned is pretty bad but the frozen is a whole different ballgame. I think Tuno should be given a chance, considering the consequences of eating real tuna.

Chelee said...

Hello....it has the word 'NO' in it's name. It's warning you ahead of time that it's gonna be bad. LOL

Love little shmoo's expression!

Karen Anne said...

Wow, little shmoo is a cutey!

Anonymous said...

What else was in the lunchbox with the sandwich?

Teagen said...

I have a rare PMS craving for creamed 'Tuno' on toast (I've only had the canned) but I made sandwhiches once for my friend on her moving day (she had given me a can) and they were good. I put veganaise, chopped celery, green onion, fresh parsly, salt, pepper a dash o' garlic powder and lots of sweet pickle relish. Thats the trick, lots of relish. And fresh lettuce on the bread. The best mock tuna is if you steem a block of tempeh for 20 minutes, cool, crumble and add the above, very yummy! Also corsley chopped garbonzo's are good this way or the pulp from making carrot juce.

Kay said...

Hello! When I want a "tuna" or "chicken" style sandwich, I mash up chickpeas with a potato masher, and mix'em with vegenaise, mustard, relish, chopped green onions, parsley, and sometimes dill and/or finely chopped celery. It's pretty tasty. If I want the salad to be creamier, like egg salad, I puree the chickpeas in the food processor before adding the remaining ingredients. Hope this helps. :)

michelleknits said...

I prefer tempeh or chickpeas as "tuna" or "chicken" substitutes, but I did recently have a good tuno experience. This past weekend, in fact. One thing, do not evey try this out of the can. Even if you're curious. Just don't. I drained it pretty well (I remember doing this when I ate tuna as a kid) and I think this helps, then I added black pepper, vegenaise, chopped carrot, chopped celery, and thinly chopped spinach (I was out of parsley). I liked it, though I couldn't have it every day. It's a little salty.

Meghan said...

I don't know about tuna salad, but I make fake chicken salad all the time with torn up Gardenburger flame grilled chik'n patties. I rinse them to get some of the grill seasonings off. I usually add Miracle Whip, boiled eggs, and sweet pickles, but you could add vegan mayo and maybe something else for texture in place of the eggs. Good stuff. My mom's chicken salad was one of only two things I missed upon going veggie.

Shelly said...

I second the chickpea suggestion. Just drain some canned chickpeas, mash them up in the blender and then use the mash as you would regular tuna. It seems to work fine.

Tuno is the work of the devil. It was truly gross.

Mistrmind said...

Nutrition Facts for Tuno

Each 12 oz (340g) can of Tuno contains the following:

Total Fat 12g
Saturated Fat 3g
Polyunsaturated Fat 6g
Monounsaturated Fat 3g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 2160mg
Potassium 360mg
Total Carbohydrates 12g
Dietary Fiber 6g
Sugars 0g
Protein 42g

2160mg of Sodium!!!!!!

Damn, you trying to give the kid a heartattack before he turns 13?

erica said...

Tuno scares me, I've never tried it. I recently made the Tofu Dill Salad sandwich from Vegan with a Vengance and it was awesome. Maybe a little more like egg salad though. I'm trying chick peas next time.

Diva Kitty said...

Tuno = nasty
Even my cat wouldn't touch the stuff

Vegan Kid said...

Shmoo is adorable! :) Good to know about the Tuno... we usually just make a tofu eggless salad if we are craving that sort of taste, but I'm curious about the chickpea suggestion! Will have to try it soon :)

Vegan Kid said...

okay, so we immedietly made some chickpea salad and it's delicious! :) Thanks for the tip!

SusanV said...

If you like a fishy taste, add some dulse (sea vegetable) to your chickpea or tofu salad. It makes a pretty convincing tuna substitute.

Paula said...

The frozen rolls of tuno are much, much better than the canned version. I've used the frozen kind in tuno salad sandwiches and tuno casserole. Eeewww--the canned reminds me of cat food.

Paula said...

Forgot to mention--I also love the chickpea salad. Definitely try this if you miss tuna/chicken salad. Just add in whatever you'd typically put in tuna salad. I use vegenaise, mustard, pickle relish, onion, celery, salt, and pepper. Curry powder is also a wonderful addition to chickpea salad.

Cheryl said...

another good tuna/chicken salad alternative is to use TVP granules or flakes. I buy them in bulk at my local health food store. Boil water, throw in the TVP. Add celery, relish, salt & pepper, veganaise. Delicious.

Leslie said...

WOw, people are super-into tuno, or super-not into tuno... amazing the comments! I agree with bohemian mama = Tu NO! And as for Deb, you are right, it is just so wrong. So is a lot of "Fake Meat" because as the nutrition facts show, it is not nutritious. Shmoo is super-cute, I must say! Thank you for being open Jennifer and just leaving it as is, and REAL. I am still amazed by the comments here, and am I safe to assume you only threw out the sandwich and replaced it, as anonymous may have thought you tossed the whole lunch!

Occula said...

I tried Tuno maybe six months ago - made us open-faced tuno melts in the oven. We ate them, but we won't have it again! Not that great.

creaturecomrade said...

Not exactly a tuno lover here, but have tried it in a recipe and actually bought it and used it again. My omni(at the time)mother even thought it was alright. We used it in a macaroni salad
macaroni, vegan cheddar, veganaise, mustard (just a little) celery (minced), a little pepper and any other desired spices like onion flakes or salt seasoning

Ruby Lynx said...

The name sounds questionable. I don't think I'd buy it because of that. Really.

Nic said...

Never liked tuna, so I don't think that I would have even bothered with Tuno. Little shmoo is too adorable!

ellie said...

I had a tuno casserole once. I had owned the can for months before I made it. It scared me. But I liked the casserole. Lots of cheese substitute and peas and a crispy top. But I think the chickpea ideas sound better.

will law said...

i haven't had it in a while but i used to make tuno sandwiches somewhat regularly a few years ago. i think the main trick is to get rid of all the jelly/liquid part. i used to mix it with corn, vegenaise and celery from what i can remember. now that i'm thinking about them, i think i'm going to make one tonight!

VeganDoc said...

Agreed -- tuno + vegenaise = crap.
I like mashed chick peas with mayo and some seasonings, but have no idea if it tastes like tuna as I haven't eaten fish in almost 20 years.

P.S. Shmoo is a cutie!

R-C said...

I can't stand the smell of fish - it makes me want to yuke. So many things that I didn't like as a child I've chalked up to just having been because it was a dead animal because as an adult I've tried the veg*n version of "X" and liked it. That is not the case with tuno. Tuno is just plain bad. Schmoo looks adorable:)

Rebecca said...

I have been using Worthington products since I can remember, being the avid vegetarian that I am. Tuno is the ONLY worthington product I can think of that even remotely tastes like what its substituting....wham, smoked turkey, etc don't taste like ham and turkey, but at least they taste good. HOWEVER, tuno tastes too much like fish to me, and smells like tuna, hence putting it on the x list as far as I'm concerned. That may have been why you didn't like it, since it tastes and smells so similar to fish.

Jennifershmoo said...

Wow. It sounds like either you like it or you really, really don't. They carry the frozen kind at the health food store, too, but I don't think we'll be trying it again anytime soon. Hoo.

And, yes, the rest of the lunch stayed the same! :-)

arisafari said...

utterly, ridiculously, HORRENDOUSLY disgusto. I eat a lot of stuff that makes others cringe, but TU-ohlordmakeitgoaway-NO!

Harmonia said...

OMG! I'm the 43 comment already TODAY! WOW!

I have bought two cans of tuno but haven't used it. I am going to go back and read the comments everyone else left. Thanks for posting this and for the great picture! I give the pic 2 thumbs up! Very cute!

Harmonia said...

I've never seen the frozen kind...great thing for me to research later today! thanks for the tips everyone! I think I will have to try the crushed Garbanzo beans & spices now!

I love this blog and the group of people who visit and comment! What a wonderful bunch!!!

Marina said...

i also recommend the frozen tuno. it's completely different than the canned. wow - little schmoo is so cute! he should be in commercials!

Anonymous said...

I LOVE TUNO!

The canned stuff is great, and the label on the can even says "dolphin AND tuna safe" on it! LOL! Gotta love that!

I don't understand all the negative responses here...

I buy a can of tuno every month or two as a TREAT! I either use it to make tuno salad sandwiches with veganaise, celery, carrots, and green onions, or I saute it with onions, garlic, tomatoes, and spices to make "fish" tacos with it. I love it! Maybe you need to drain it more? Also, from your photo it looks like maybe you added too much mayo? I only use about a tablespoon for the whole can. Maybe less.

TUNO ROCKS!!

Anonymous said...

I already commented, but just wanted to say thanks for the chickpea idea. I never would've thought of that! Chickpeas - is there anything they can't do?
-Occula

Anonymous said...

Jennifer--I love tuno! I'm sorry you and Schmoo feel otherwise...I'll have to look for the frozen kind.

my favorite dish--tuno casserole!
marysuesylw

Anonymous said...

I third (or is that fourth or fifth now?) the chickpea spread. I heard that using "black salt" (just a touch) gives it an eggy flavor, but I've always just mashed them with the potato masher and mixed in vegenaise, etc.

Skatched_Negitive said...

seeing as normal tuna reminds me of all ready eaten meat, I couldn't imaging the fake stuff being any better :-)

espeacilly if it has the same texture

Clucking Bell said...

I used to love tuna straight out of the can, and Tuno definitely can't stand up to being eaten on its own, but it tasted fine to me in a casserole (though admittedly I've never had real tuna casserole). Oddly enough, this discussion has inspired me to try it in a sandwich. Maybe I'm just a glutton for punishment...?

Anonymous said...

i vote for more pictures of little shmoo's reaction to his lunches!

:)


jessica

Anonymous said...

I do understand the hesitation, but DO give the frozen tuno a try. I DESPISE the canned, but the frozen is very different (much much better).

VEGAnna5 said...

I love the canned tuno stuff, I think it even tastes better than the real thing ever did. You do have to squeeze all the moisture out of it (I always use the can lid). And I don't put a ton of Vegenaise on it, that could make it kinda slimy, it really isn't on it's own though. Then I just put in a little black pepper, some chopped celery and onion, and the ALL IMPORTANT NOT-SO SECRET INGREDIENT: top with pickle slices. It's SO much better that way.

Jennifershmoo said...

Ah, well, I didn't drain it enough, it seems. I did put quite a bit of Vegenaise in it, too, and I didn't have any pickle.

Thank you everyone! Your Tuno tips have been noted in case we try it again!

Anonymous said...

For a 'mock tuna' sandwich, I pulse cooked chick peas in a food processor and treat them as the "tuna." Add all the dressing ingredients (vegenaise, etc.), and it's fantastic. Tuno Schmuno. This blows that weird-tasting product away every time.

Anonymous said...

i always use a variation of the aforementioned chickpea mock-tuna salad. pulse some chickpeas with some blanched almonds in the food processor (about a 1:1 ratio, dont blend too much or you'll end up with chickpea-almond butter!). mix with vegan mayo, a little mustard, scallions, sweet relish, celery, pepper, a little lemon juice, and some ground kelp for that fishy taste. dont be afraid to add a lot of kelp! and you can use firm tofu in place of the egg in "egg" salad. just crumble, add all the usual fixin's, and youre good to go! if you would like to, you can freeze the tofu beforehand and then press some of the water out for a firmer texture. if schmoo likes tomatoes, either one of these salads is great stuffed in a tomato. yum!

karla said...

i'm one of those that don't hate, but don't love it either. the first time i bought it i made tuna salad with it. didn't like it much, but i love tuna casserole and miss it so i bought tuno again to try that out. i have heard that the frozen is better, but just went and got the canned again...haven't gotten to the tuno casserole yet...is there a company that makes vegan cream of mushroom soup?

Anonymous said...

i will second the tvp. try it with vegenaise, celery, onion, chopped pickle and kelp flakes. the kelp flakes are key. i love making this and making "tuna" melts.

* robina

Michael said...

This is the recipe I use and I love it...

http://www.veggieboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=26370

After you make it the first time you might want to adjust the amounts to suit your taste.

Anonymous said...

I bought tuno a few years ago and thought it was pretty darn gross. I tried to give it to my cats, and even they rejected it!

Anonymous said...

Karla - here is what I do to replace cream soups:

Basic Cream Soup - Condensed
Melt 3 Tbsp. vegan margarine in sauce pan. Blend in 3 Tbsp. flour and 1/4 tsp. salt. Cook and stir until bubbly. Using wire whisk, stir in one cup of rice or soy milk, veggie stock, or combination. Cook just until smooth and thick. Makes slightly over 1 cup and is the same as a 10 oz. can of undiluted condensed soup.

Options:

Cream of mushroom: Saute 1/4 cup chopped mushrooms and 1 Tbsp. finely chopped onion in vegan margarine before adding the flour.

Cream of celery: See mushroom, but use ½ cup celery instead of mushrooms.

You can vary the flavor by adding curry powder, garlic, onion, celery salt, lemon juice, chili powder, parsley, chopped veggies, chives, etc.

I use this recipe all the time to "vegan-ize" casseroles and other recipes

Vegan Knitting said...

I've never had Tuno. I buy my fake tuna from the Chinese Buddhist fake meat store in Oakland, CA. (www.layonna.com) It is delicious! We make it with Vegenaise, capers, black pepper, celery, and red onion.

Anonymous said...

I havent tried it myself(dont wanna either)but my cats loved it.

Anonymous said...

I love Tuno!

Anonymous said...

I love canned tuno! I make sandwiches out of it too, I put vegan mayo, mustard, onion and celery. It's great. I also use it to make tuno casserole. Yummy!

JJ said...

It sounds rank. Nice try, though.

Anonymous said...

The canned Tuno is vile indeed, but the frozen Tuno, once thawed, drained and mixed with a bit of soya mayo and celery is a thing of beauty. I promise, =completely= different thing!

Anonymous said...

I tried to make a tunamelt with it once and it was vile. But oddly, I made a sandwhich and left in in the fridge and COLD it wasn't half bad.

However, I have always had really bad stomach reactions to the stuff.


http://www.writingup.com/blog/la_vegan

Anonymous said...

there are way too many comments on here for me to read them all, so I hope none of this was re-posted...

did you drain the tuno first? make sure nearly every drop of oil is squeezed out of the can or else it will be extremely slimy and gross. Make sure to mash up the tuno really well with a fork so there aren't any chunky pieces. Or very few, at least. Also, nix the capers and instead put in garlic and onion powders, salt and pepper, and finely sliced celery if you wish, along with veganaise. Works for me!

Angie said...

worthingtons tuno is one of my favorite things in the whole of vegan mock meats. i work for peta and we have at least one potluck a month. every potluck people ask me to make "cheesy" tuno casserole, or tuno noodle salad. the trick is definatly to drain it well. i like to place the frozen tube (unwrapped)on paper towels in a bowl, and microwave it to thaw. then i wrap the paper towel around it to drain it some more. after that you can use it the same way you would you real tuna. also, try it with nayonaise or spectrum canola mayo instead of veganaise. for some reason, the veganaise turns watery when you mix it with tuno, so you need something more oil based. good luck, and your little shmoo is the most adorable little vegan i have ever laid eyes on!

Anonymous said...

We used the canned version well drained in some veggie sushi with avocado. It was definitely acceptable.

Anonymous said...

I'm a kid and after seeing my fellow VEG kid no way!
Good bye to trying any cand food!
At all!

P:S try the "Aplets and Cotlets"
good!

Anonymous said...

i'm not the biggest fan of tuno either, and i gave it to my two adorable vegan CATS, once, and they loved it too, BUT... make sure it is not the kind that has ONION in it! onion is very bad for our fellow feline friends! it will make them ANEMIC!!! PLEASE, be careful what you feed your kitty! =)

Anonymous said...

Whenever my b/f I crave a chicken salad type dish, we buy VEAT.

It's frozen, and all vegan, comes in chunks or crumbles and it's AWESOME. Mix it with vegan honey dijon, seasonings, dried cranberries, cashews and YUM YUM YUM!

Thought Criminal said...

Way late to the game, as I just discovered this blog, but chickpea "tuna" is awesome. I use the recipe in Vegan Planet and would eat it for lunch every day if I could. I grind up one can of chickpeas in the food processor and add chopped green onions and celery. Then I stir in veganaise, a little salt and pepper and eat. The recipe calls for a little kelp powder to make it taste fishy but I prefer it without. My dad likes to add a little curry powder.

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the Chickpea-Hijiki Salad Sandwich recipe in Vegan with a Vengeance. I tastes just like tuna salad, plus it's homemade and all natural, and CHEAP!

LB said...

Here's a Tuno tip you might not have thought of - I don't just drain it, I rinse it as well. Not slimy, and resembles tuna much more than straight out of the can.

But I also really like the chickpea "tuna" salads as well as Veat or Quorn as a "chicken" salad (with mayo and curry powder - yum!).

La Tea Dah said...

Hi, I just commented on your 'today's' post about Tuno, but had to come back and read of your first experience. I grinned when I read what Mike at the health food store had to say! I can just picture him saying it, too! He was a former student of mine at KHS where I was the home ec teacher. As far as I can tell, he hasn't tried very many of the veg*n foods. . .as he is still quite happy with the carn*v kind! I'm always telling clerks at that store about the foods they sell. Usually they haven't tried them and they as me how I fix them! Sounds like they do that to you too. Very funny! But, I love the store. . .great people. Enjoy an awesome, sunny day! Spring is finally here!

Bill Abernathy said...

Frozen Tuno Fan for at least 10 years - Love it! Hate canned Tuno! Not the same at all! I cannot believe they call it the same thing. 23 year vegetarian and frozen Tuno is right at the top of my list! If you need advice or ideas for use, b.abernathy@cox.net.

Tiffany said...

please help me find tuno!!! i can't find it anywhere *sheds a tear* i'm desperate! pleasepleaseplease

autreete@gmail.com


-tiffany

joel birchler said...

Tuno is no good, but tempeh works instead. Simmer it in a cup of veg broth for 20 minutes, shred it, then do your normal veganaisse+celery+salt+pepper thing.

ACVegan said...

I tried tuno a while ago as well... blech! Instead, I've found this really great chickpea salad recipie that tastes exactly like tuna, even to my non-vegan mom.

Drain one can of chickpeas, and mash into smaller pieces. (I use this handy chopper my mom bought from Pampered Chef -- works wonders). Chop up some celery, and you can also add grapes to taste, if you'd like. Mix everything up, add spicy brown mustard to taste and a couple spoonfuls of veganaise. It's one of my favorite vegan recipes and has served faithfully in many a sack lunch. :)

Mouse said...

My friends' vegan cats LOVE that stuff. They go CRAZY for it!

Personally, I never liked real tuna when I was an omnivore, so I don't see much point in trying Tuno for myself now.
But if the kitties will eat it, I guess it's good for something.

bxrezboy said...

I'm not a vegetarian. Just decided to incorporate more veggies/fruits into my diet after reading an Allen Carr book. I tried the chickpea version of "tuna" and it was great! The dill makes a huge difference. thx for the recipe, i'm done w/ "thermometer tuna". Lil' Shmoo, you have to try it!

LB said...

For anyone still looking for Tuno in the can, it's been discontinued. Frozen Tuno is still available, however.

LeighCV said...

I was so excited when my husband discovered Tuno and brought it home to me. The biggest thing I missed as a vegetarian was tuna sandwiches. I'm one of the few people on the planet (I guess) who actually loved Tuno - mixed it with lots of veganaise and sweet pickle relish. I'm very sad to hear that it's been discontinued. :(

AnnaNoBananas said...

Angie, sorry if this sounds weird, but how do you pronounce PeTA? "Pita"? or "pet uh"? I've heard it both ways, actually, but want to say it correctly. Thank you.

Myst Lizard said...

My son and I have had the canned Tuno in the past and liked it. Once rinsed and drained it has a nice texture (no slime) and does not have that yucky 'fish' taste. I have not been able to find the canned stuff in my area for almost a year so I broke down and bought the frozen stuff. THAT was a disgusting experience. It had way more 'goo' and the 'fish' stench and taste actually caused me to vomit. Now, maybe I'm just that out of practise with meat, but frozen tuno could use a little more mock and a little less meat.

Jill Howard Church said...

I think frozen Tuno is terrific, but am worried that Worthington has discontinued it. Does anyone know of an online source? thanks!

rawchefdan said...
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rawchefdan said...

There is a way better alternative. The raw foodies got this one covered. A Moc tuna salad for wraps, sandwiched, on salads or with chips. Made by food proccessor, with Walnuts, Dules, Dill, Lemon and other things, this stuff rocks. A great recipe can be had for $1.00 at the recipe store here

Ted Huntington said...

tuno was discontinued. I think in some way it may be in the mind whether a person likes tuno or not, because the first time I tried it, i didn't like it. But I tried it again later, and have loved it ever since. It is a little too fishy, I have had a similar tuna at Sidney's Cafe in Fullerton that tasted more like albacore. I hope there is another veggie tuna that is distributed. Maybe the name "tuno" was not the best name, but I think it's a cute name.

vegbaby said...

Where can I find textured soy protein. I had the best gen tso chicken from whole foods. the kids went crazy over it. they claim its a out of town order. no one can say exactly from where. got the same story at gourmet vegan on south st.i live in philadelphia can anyone help me.

michelle said...

I love the frozen Tuno, never had the canned. I made mine with a bit of mayo and lots of chopped onions. I cant find it anywhere anymore. Being a vegetarian, I miss seafood most of all and that is the one vegetarian thing i cannot find anywhere.

Brian said...

Tuno is so gross, that they were giving it away for free at the store because they couldn't sell it, so I tried it and it was indeed disgusting :(

snowball said...

this is the craziest thing i've ever heard! tuno was one of the best faux meats we had! i would pay a couple hundred to get me hands on a can these days. :( rip tuno

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