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January 21, 2006

No Stress Tuna Press

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Admit it: sometimes you just don't have the energy to fool around and fuss with draining the water or oil from a can of tuna before plating it.

Never again.

No worries if you add this nifty device to your kitchen armamentarium.

From the website:

    This helpful kitchen gadget lets you drain liquids from tuna and other canned foods while the cute fish-shaped handles protect your hands from sharp edges.

    Dishwasher–safe plastic.

    3.5" dia.

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Isn't it nice to know that while you're lying there sleeping the sleep of angels, others* who simply can't accept the status quo are up creating stuff like this?

$3.99 here.

*I know some

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Comments

Or just by tuna in pouches. No liquids to drain and tastes more like actual tuna.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Jan 21, 2006 2:39:41 PM

Damn. I had this big, fat, (don't give me any grief about it 'cause he lived to be 26, yes, 26, and enjoyed every day of it) Siamese cat -died four years ago- and I wasted more paper towels and plastic spoons and actual tuna fish meat draining cans of tuna so he could drink the juice. Water pack only. Wouldn't touch the fish. Had to be solid white albacore. Come to think of it, I'm glad he didn't know about this gadget.

Posted by: Flutist | Jan 21, 2006 11:52:48 AM

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