Can You Freeze Tuna?

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Tuna is salt water fish and can be frozen for future use. It is advisable to freeze fresh tuna as soon as possible. Fresh tuna can be frozen until you are ready to use it. Wrap the fish in tight bag before freezing it.
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1. Pour 1 quart of fresh water into a pan. Add 2 tbsp. salt and stir to dissolve. 2. Dip the tuna in the salted water. 3. Place the tuna steak in a zip top freezer bag. 4. Freeze
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You do not want to freeze anything for sashimi. Sashimi is safest when it is fresh. You want to eat the sashimi straight from the store or fish market.
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If the package is vacuum sealed, then freezer time can be extended to about 1 year. I opened some meat out of the freezer that had the date of 2007 on it. It was packaged in plastic
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You can't freeze it if it has Mayo in it. The mayo will separate. And any vegie stuff you put in it will thaw watery. I have made it for lunch and it will last at least 5 or 6 days
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