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The case for canned tuna

The case for canned tuna

Some people disapprove of fish in a can, but the best of it ages beautifully in olive oil, and it's often more delicious than the fresh fish I can find at the supermarket. Good canned fish can be eaten just the way it is, dripping with olive oil, but I like a tin's worth of sardines seasoned with plenty of lemon zest, soft oregano leaves and some fried bread crumbs, broken up a bit and warmed all the way through

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