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How to make awesome tuna patties

March 12, 2020
How to make awesome tuna patties

Check out this really delicious recipe that works well with any of the New Zealand tuna species apart from skipjack. Yellowfin, albacore, bluefin, or even a few oily non tuna species such as kingfish will work with this one.

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