- Aug 4, 2008
With subway being in the news with a huge lawsuit the question is, Is it tuna or not?
I heard on the news, its not Tuna. This was confirmed by a lab. Well, Subway should come clean and say what it is.
I make mine at home, mainly because I use avocado instead of mayo. Also solves this problem, if you make it you know exactly what’s in it.
Off topic, but I had a friend whose order at subway included tuna, cheese, double toasted, with extra olives, jalapeños with mayo and honey mustard. Watching her eat that concoction once was enough to put me off subway tuna forever. The smell when it came out from the oven was unholy. I don’t mind a tuna sandwich, but bread needs to be toasted before tuna is applied, not after!
(edit: if someone else has a similar order, I’m sorry for the inadvertent order shaming).
Yogurt works too! I put so much stuff in there I don’t even need bread. DH is not as adventurous
I'd call that a variation on a Tuna Melt. I'm entirely with you in that I find the smell offensive, at best.
When I was young, maybe in the range of 8-10 years old, my sister and I had gone to spend a few days with our cousins, Aunt & Uncle. My Aunt cooks what I think is a chicken casserole for dinner, but when I take the first bite I realize it is in fact a tuna casserole. I've been turned off to warm tuna anything ever since!