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    I think I prefer the Japanese one. It seems there is quite some waste on the other tuna, which is shameful considering they are close to being extinct. (some species)

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    Europeans never really gave a crap.

    Im also closer to the japanese option.

    And yeah, its sad with the bluefin huh?

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    I was recently in the Tokyo fish market, where I got to see what was left of a tuna after they finished carving it. Honestly? Not much at all... in fact, a cat would have been hard pressed to find a decent meal in it! Even the eyeballs were being sold.

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    Neat! I've seen the Tsukiji market in Japan, but its fascinating to see how tuna is sold in other countries. Thanks for sharing.

    Yea, the Japanese eats all of the tuna. I hear the eyeball is the best part, but being raised in America a little bit too squeamish to eat it...

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