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Big Eye Tuna is often prized for its higher fat content compared to its Yellowfin, giving it a slightly more marbled appearance and a richer, more intense flavor profile. Recognized for its moderately firm flesh, offers a delightful texture that stands midway between the softness of Yellowfin and the firmness of Bluefin. Its substantial texture holds well in various culinary applications, from raw to cooked preparations. Its sashimi grade cuts are cherished for a pronounced yet balanced oceanic flavor, making it a sought-after choice for sushi and sashimi enthusiasts worldwide. In Japanese cuisine, it pairs beautifully with soy sauce, wasabi, and daikon radish. For a Mediterranean twist, try it with a splash of olive oil, lemon zest, and fresh herbs.

Much like its close relatives, Bigeye tuna holds a special place in the realm of sushi and sashimi. Its deep red flesh transforms into luscious, succulent bites when prepared raw, bringing a burst of ocean freshness with every bite. Bigeye tuna responds excellently to being seared or grilled. A quick sear on each side retains its juicy interior, making for a gourmet dish that’s both visually appealing and delicious. Grilling brings out a slightly smoky flavor, which pairs wonderfully with fresh herbs and spices. It offers a significant amount of high-quality protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and essential vitamins and minerals like B vitamins and selenium.

TUNA BIG EYE WILD FRESH

TUNA BIG EYE WILD FRESH


Regular price $25.17
Regular price $28.85 Sale price $25.17
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Serves: 2 - 3 People
SKU: TU-0503

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Big Eye Tuna is often prized for its higher fat content compared to its Yellowfin, giving it a slightly more marbled appearance and a richer, more intense flavor profile. Recognized for its moderately firm flesh, offers a delightful texture that stands midway between the softness of Yellowfin and the firmness of Bluefin. Its substantial texture holds well in various culinary applications, from raw to cooked preparations. Its sashimi grade cuts are cherished for a pronounced yet balanced oceanic flavor, making it a sought-after choice for sushi and sashimi enthusiasts worldwide. In Japanese cuisine, it pairs beautifully with soy sauce, wasabi, and daikon radish. For a Mediterranean twist, try it with a splash of olive oil, lemon zest, and fresh herbs.

Much like its close relatives, Bigeye tuna holds a special place in the realm of sushi and sashimi. Its deep red flesh transforms into luscious, succulent bites when prepared raw, bringing a burst of ocean freshness with every bite. Bigeye tuna responds excellently to being seared or grilled. A quick sear on each side retains its juicy interior, making for a gourmet dish that’s both visually appealing and delicious. Grilling brings out a slightly smoky flavor, which pairs wonderfully with fresh herbs and spices. It offers a significant amount of high-quality protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and essential vitamins and minerals like B vitamins and selenium.

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