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  • Kelli

    Could the tuna be replaced with chicken? I’ve never had tuna and I’m not huge on fish. I love chicken salad though!!

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  • Jessie

    Mmmm. I LOVE tuna fish salad. I have a GREAT recipe. It’s just canned tuna, diced red onion, vegenaise, diced celery, dried cranberries, toasted sliced almonds, dried tarragon, salt and pepper! I know it sounds strange. I usually pile 1/2 a cup on 1/2 and avocado and garnish the avocado with soy sauce and siracha. It’s an awesome lunch!

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  • Audra

    OMG I tried this for lunch today and it was AMAZING!! I’ll probably eat it for lunch every day now.

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  • Carrie

    I made this today and it was amazing. I don’t like mayo so I normally don’t like tuna salad, but with the majority cottage cheese it was awesome! Thanks for the great recipe! I will make this again.

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  • cassidy

    Looks so easy!! I added it into MyFitnessPal. Definitely going to try this for lunches next week.

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  • Emma

    Thank you for another great recipe! I’ve never thought of using cottage cheese. Sounds good.

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  • Leigha @ Minougirl

    I loooove tuna salad! I usually make mine with greek yogurt – never thought to use cottage cheese! I’ll have to try that soon!

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  • Sarah

    This looks so yummy. I used to make stuff like this for school lunches all the time. Have to start making it again.

    xx Sarah | Loser Girl Wins

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  • Emily

    It looks delicious, but I am skeptical of the grapes. Do they really work in a tuna salad??

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    • ABtflDisaster

      Grapes, apples, craisins, pecans, almonds, celery…they’re all delish!

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    • Melissa

      YES! And chicken salad.. that or craisins are amazing.

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    • april

      Omg yes grapes is delicious with tuna fish, you must try! I’m a huge fan 🙂

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  • shannon

    I love that he uses less mayo and adds cottage cheese. I’m adding this to my menu for next week and grocery list. Not a fish or tuna eater but I think this might make me one.

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  • Caitlin

    I always think when someone makes me something, especially someone I love, it taste better. I am not a Tuna fan, but I’m going to try this.

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