A little over a year and a half ago, I found out that I am prone to dangerously low blood sugar and have a rapid heart rate. It took mysteriously passing out not just once, but three times in a row in the middle of a crowded establishment, an ambulance ride, and an all-night trip to the emergency room to inform me that as healthy as you may think you are, it can change very quickly. As a result, my fiance educated himself (and then me) about how to maintain a healthy blood sugar level and keep a heart as healthy as possible. The key for me has been four small meals and two snacks a day that are heart healthy and low in calories.
I have started to utilize canned tuna a lot more often lately. Sometimes I forget that tuna is a great protein that can be incorporated into many different recipes, plus it’s low in calories and has many health benefits. As an added bonus, it keeps well. In fact, I almost always have a spare can in the cupboard, ready to be taken out for a quick meal whenever the mood strikes. With so many small meals and snacks being prepared daily, meal planning can become especially difficult, so the versatility of tuna is definitely a big plus for me when I’m feeling bored with everything in the kitchen.
For many people, canned tuna can immediately evoke images of spilled juices that get on the counter tops, the sink, your hands, and then everything you touch until you can wash them thoroughly. Even after a good scrub, the smell can stick. Chicken of the Sea has re-imagined the world of canned today as we know it. The result is their new Chicken of the Sea No Drain Tuna, which using a patented process, requires no draining and produces no mess.
For a truly simple snack, I like to mix in about a teaspoon of mayonnaise into a can of tuna, sprinkle it with salt and pepper, and use it to top crackers. It is also really great in beautiful, leafy green salads for lunch.
I never had flavored canned tuna before and was honestly apprehensive about the Thai Chili flavor I received. However, I quickly got over that apprehension when I opened the can and tried a small piece of it. It tasted just light regular tuna, but just a little sweeter. The regular Solid Light Tuna is the same great tuna you can expect from Chicken of the Sea.
Chicken of the Sea is turning 60 years old this year and has a long history of innovation, being the first company to commercially pack yellowfin tuna. No Drain Tuna is just the latest to come from this seafood category leader.
Try Chicken of the Sea No Drain Tuna for yourself, and download a coupon for 50 cents off any No Drain Tuna purchase by visiting the Chicken of the Sea Facebook page.
I received samples of new Chicken of the Sea No Drain Tuna for review. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.