StarKist Creations Microwavables Tuna Latin Citrus
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StarKist Creations Microwavables Tuna Latin Citrus

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Taste test: When I bought this, I wasn't planning to review it as a snack, because it looked to conflict with's prohibition against items that need to be cooked. However, when I got home and read the package more closely, it was clear that StarKist considered microwaving to be optional.

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Because of the microwave recommendation, I decided to split up the tuna, microwaving half and eating the rest at room temperature. The package described it as having tuna, quinoa, white beans, jalapeño, lime juice, cilantro and veggies. That doesn’t come close to the kind of thing I usually eat, but it turned out to taste really good! This combination worked. In fact, as for the "Microwavables" aspect, I liked it even better at room temperature than heated. The jalapeño didn’t add any particular burn, but the whole thing just tasted great.

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Smell test: Mostly could smell the beans.

From the package: “Enjoy heated or unheated” ... “Wild Tuna, Quinoa, White Beans, Jalapeño, Lime Juice, Cilantro & Veggies” ... “Calories 160 Protein 11g” ... “Product of Thailand”

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Company: StarKist Co.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Target. Review published .

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