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Simple Southern Tuna Salad

Tuna salad can be made in a 101 ways – with mayonnaise and without tends to be the biggest difference.  Since I am a southern gal, you can bet my tuna salad has mayo. Is it better than the other?  Well, that is totally up to who is eating it. If you grew up on an olive oil tuna salad it’ll definitely be different – but you just might find a new southern favorite.

Simple Southern Tuna Salad from WholesomeMommy

Tuna salad couldn’t be easier. I’ve talked about making it for lunch in my REAL Food on a Food Stamp Budget meal plan a time or two and I’ve gotten a few emails on how to make it. It never occurred to me that some of you didn’t already have a family recipe you used. So, if that’s you, or if you’re just looking for a new summer salad to try, you’re going to love this one.

Ingredients for Tuna Salad from WholesomeMommy.com

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  1. Jennifer LaRue says:

    The variation the we use in my family is almost the same but we leave out the eggs and add diced onion, also we use dill pickle instead of sweet. My family loves it.

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