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    Well, I didn't wait until today to try it but gave it a go last night.

    I used one piece of kitchen towel folded over and placed it on top of the opened tin to soak up the oil. Before doing this I poured a little of the oil away but I think this wasn't the right thing to do. Once I had lit the paper I left it burning for 15 minutes but if I had left the rest of the oil in the tin, it would have burned longer, leaving a better result.

    Even though I left it for only fifteen minutes the end result was very tasty. I will do this again but next time will leave it all the way until it has burned out naturally.

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    Definitely going to try this later but won't be afraid to do it properly with toilet paper Chubbs
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    Had mine this evening and it was delicious. Didn't remove any oil, used three pieces of toilet paper and let it burn until the flame expired. Would recommend it to anyone who likes tuna. Will definitely be adding a tin to my kit from now on.
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    gonna try this tomoz with the kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skate View Post
    Had mine this evening and it was delicious. Didn't remove any oil, used three pieces of toilet paper and let it burn until the flame expired. Would recommend it to anyone who likes tuna. Will definitely be adding a tin to my kit from now on.
    Glad you enjoyed it, it really gives the Tuna a more in-depth flavour.

    Go for it Matt, you won't be dissapointed.
    Last edited by Chubbs; 18-10-2013 at 10:31 PM.

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    Damn it guy's, I am campng next weekend and I have actually gone out and bought a tin to try this.

    ...... but I don't like tuna , maybe this will change my mind !!
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    well i tried it out today

    well what can i say, its blooming lovely, so good infact i bought some more tins to keep in my bag.
    i even bought a tin of mackerel in oil to try and that is also pretty dame good

    mat

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    Doh! never thought of mackerel. That's next on the list then
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    I did cut the mackerel up a bit just so it cooked better.

    I have another idea which I will try sunday and post results

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