The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is a species of tuna found in pelagic
waters of tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide. Yellowfin is often marketed
as ahi, from the Hawaiian ʻahi, a n...
Dec 27, 2006 ... Ahi is the traditional pinkish tuna - very nice raw but very different from my favorite
, albacore or white tuna. The latter is a more delicate flavor to ...
Nov 26, 2009 ... Ahi vs Yellowfin tuna Tuna is a type of open water marine fish, with about nine
species. Commercially, it is the most widely harvested fish family ...
Aug 12, 2015 ... Two types of tuna fish are commonly sold as "ahi" tuna. ... Difference Between.net
: Difference Between Ahi and Yellowfin Tuna · Food-Info.net: ...
Aug 16, 2015 ... Biologically, the main difference is their size. Yellowfin Tuna is smaller than Blue
Fin Tuna. (Big Eye Tuna in between) As for the taste, Blue Fin ...
Tuna varieties include albacore, tunny, ahi, bonito, skipjack, bigeye, bluefin, and
yellowfin. Bluefin tuna: This is generally the variety of choice for fresh tuna ...
Jun 28, 2006 ... Ahi is a marketing term used for Yellowfin, not Big-eye tuna. ... store it in the fridge
(yes, still between ice-packs), and eat it that day. ..... If you add to this blog, I
suggest describing the differences in the various cuts of tuna, i.e., ...
Hawaiian Name: `Ahi Japanese Name: Mebachi. In Hawaii, “Ahi” refers to two
species, the Bigeye Tuna and the Yellowfin Tuna. Similar in general appearance,
Yellowfin tuna have yellow sides, blue backs, silver bellies and can weigh up to
450 pounds, whereas Pacific yellowtail have yellow stripes across their bodies, ...