Bumble Bee Spicy Thai Chili Seasoned Tuna
Taste test: This tuna came in a fairly rigid packet, with two separate rip-open compartments, one providing a small, red, folding plastic spoon, and the other, larger one, the tuna. Although you could use the tuna provided to make a tuna sandwich, I like the way that Bumble Bee was thinking in providing the spoon. Eating tuna out of a bag with a spoon is definitely the snacker's way of doing things!
The tuna had a dull reddish orange color, with a finely chopped texture, plus there was one whole small red pepper in there. When I had my first spoonful, I was surprised by how spicy it was — this fish was packing some serious heat. It just got hotter as I ate more, so definitely have a beverage handy for this one. I ate that red pepper whole, which I realized might not be the best idea just as I was doing it, but it turned out not to be any hotter than the rest of the tuna. I couldn't specifically notice any Thai-style flavors, but Bumble Bee definitely brought its heat game to this one.
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Smell test: Pretty much a regular tuna smell, couldn't notice much effect from the spices or peppers.
From the package: “Spoon included” ... “Ready to Enjoy!” ... “Now with a convenient spoon, it is even easier to fuel your body with delicious, lean protein in a way that fits your busy lifestyle.”
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Company: Bumble Bee Seafoods, LLC
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Dollar Tree. Review published .
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