SPECIES Bigeye, Yellowfin, Blackfin
A GREAT SOURCE OF protein, thiamin, selenium, vitamin B6, and omega-3s
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Tuna are large, migratory fish that are found around the globe. Their size is dependent on species. Skipjack tuna are among the smallest, while bluefin tuna are the largest found off our coast. All are fast swimmers with a torpedo shaped, stream-lined body.
All tuna species have red steak-like meat.
Yellowfin is suitable for most preparation methods. It can be eaten raw, seared, grilled, baked. Yellowfin makes delicious tuna burgers.
Bluefin have the highest fat content and are prized for sashimi.
Bigeye is slightly less fatty than Bluefin and is also good for eating raw or lightly seared.
Skipjack is very similar to yellowfin and ideal for tuna burgers, grilling, and searing.
Blackfin tuna is the least fatty of them all and is ideal for tuna salad or grilling.
Grill, Bake, Raw, Sautee
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
“I made the best tuna burger from the piece of tuna I bought today. My husband ate two and couldn’t believe how good they were.”
“The tuna I bought and grilled last night was a good as I have had in many years! Can’t wait to jump into the greentails!”
“Best tuna we’ve had in years.”