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Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪
Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪 Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪 Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪 Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪 Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪

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Albacore Tuna ビン長鮪

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Product Description
Each Fish For Sushi albacore tuna order weighs roughly 1.4 pounds. (Actual weight per order will fluctuate seasonally). 

Albacore Tuna (ビン長鮪)
Enjoy the mild, buttery flavor of Fish For Sushi's Albacore Tuna, a great choice for sashimi, sushi, or simply smoked, grilled or broiled to perfection. Our highest quality wild frozen albacore tuna (白い鮪) is MSC certified, the only sustainable sashimi grade Albacore on the market. Skinless and boneless, Fish for Sushi Albacore is super frozen, vacuum-sealed and delivered to your door for soft, flaky texture and maximum freshness.

Health Benefits of Albacore Tuna
Sustainably caught, low in fat and high in protein and nutrients, Fish for Sushi albacore tuna is as heart healthy as it gets. And, at just 50 calories per ounce, albacore tuna is a great fit for a lean diet and active lifestyle.

A one-ounce portion of Fish For Sushi albacore tuna is high in healthy Omega 3s, low in mercury, and contains 7 grams of protein, 2 grams of fat, and a trove of vitamins and minerals. 

Fish Facts
Albacore tuna is a highly migratory fish found in oceans worldwide, especially in the Pacific Ocean. Fish for Sushi's line caught, sustainably raised albacore can grow up to 4 feet and weigh more than 100 pounds.Try our premium, flaky albacore today.

Origin: USA (Wild)

How to Prepare

  • Defrost the albacore tuna by placing the vacuum package in refrigerator for 5-6 hours.
  • Remove tuna from package, rinse under cold water and wrap in paper towel.
  • Refrigerate until ready to enjoy.
  • Consume within 36 hours after defrosting. Keep all unused portions refrigerated at all times.

Known in Japan as shiro maguro (white tuna), albacore is extremely versatile. Prepare it as sashimi, grill, smoke or broil it. Some chefs prefer to sear the outside of the albacore fillet and immediately immerse it in cold water for a tighter, steak-like texture.

    Additional Info
    Garlic albacore sashimi recipe:
    Garlic soy sauce.

     

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