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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 name also ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ahi

August's menu is an island theme featuring ahi tuna, tostones with pineapple salsa, halibut with ginger sauce, jerk crab cakes and seared scallops, and bananas ...

www.thefreedictionary.com/Ahi+Tuna

Ahi Tuna synonyms, Ahi Tuna pronunciation, Ahi Tuna translation, English dictionary definition of Ahi Tuna. n. A commercially important tuna with yellow fins , ...

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Ahi Tuna cooking information, facts and recipes. The Hawaiian term used to refer to Yellowfin or Bigeye tuna. Ahi Tuna has a light pink flesh and a flavor that is ...

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Ahi definition, yellowfin tuna, widely used in sashimi. See more.

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ahi (tuna) definition: yellowfin (tuna)Origin of ahi (tuna)Hawaiian...

www.hawaii-seafood.org/wild-hawaii-fish/yellowfin-tuna

Scientific Name: Thunnus albacares. Hawaiian Name: Ahi Japanese Name: Kihada. In Hawaii, “ahi” refers to two species, the yellowfin tuna and the bigeye tuna ...

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Ahi tuna usually refers to a species called yellowfin tuna, often used raw in sashimi and sushi. Cooks also prepare ahi tuna by searing, grilling or sautéing the fish.

www.chowhound.com/post/difference-seared-ahi-albacore-yellow-fin-tuna-354631

Dec 27, 2006 ... ... from the Chowhound General Discussion, Tuna food community. ... What is the difference between seared ahi, albacore or yellow fin tuna???