Can't remember the last time they were 1/2 price - $1.66 is pretty good imo.
1 basil infused, 1 in oil. Mix together. Good couple of sandwiches. follow me for more exciting recipes!
+1 for the description.The value's good too.
is this the 95gram cans?
Sure is. Sorry for the late reply.
Help out a brother, I'm curious to know why the negs — isn't the value good ($1.66 is pretty good vs Woolies/Coles $2.70)? Or maybe you disagree that the OP's description is plus-worthy? 🤷🏼♂️
Exciting recipes lol
Do they only have those three varieties? After the chilli lite one, it hurts so much when the wife buys them at full price from Coles.
are they boneless
the tuna in the can? yes
Too bad everything else at iga is super expensive compared to other supermarkets
Chili fo sho!
No triple chilli :(
if you mix 3 of the 1c chilli it’d give you triple chilli
How much does CostCo charge for the 24 can slab?
12 pack here
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Someone posted a tip about the woolies yellow fin varieties, at 1.30 each year round they are quite similar and even do a lemongrass and chili version.
I'd say they are 85 percent as good. Just bought a slab of them!
Yellow fin might be higher in mercury content
Edit: Just realised Sirena also uses Yellow fin lol
What about their wiley Alaskan Salmon?
Never even thought much about the mercury levels in these small tins of tuna, but just looked it up. For my weight the FDA say 2 small tins of yellow fin a week exceed the maximum safe levels….
Definitely. Tried both a few weeks ago (the chilli in oil one). Very similar…
anyone noticed slight flavor change in the chilli in oil one? ..cant remember but was sirena always made in indonesia? (bought a few larger cans ..since small ones tasted great..but larger ones are…. doesnt have same taste/quality???)
They make the small chilli oil ones both in Thailand and Indonesia. One of them tastes a decent amount better than the other but I don't remember which.
$1.80 ea (which is a discount from RRP) at my local IGA, but no indication of 3 for $5. Do IGA not have a blanket pricing policy?
Same, reduced price but not 3-for ticketing. Can confirm it is 3-for at register.
Just downed the triple chilli in a salad for lunch , best tuna on the market imo