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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Tuna Squish Review and Giveaway

Have you heard of Tuna Squish yet?  Well what I'm going to show you isn't just cute (big cute factor going on here) but it's really practical and solves a needed problem I've complained about for years. Keep reading and you can enter to win one yourself.

Tuna Squish, as you may already know, is a new kitchen gadget that is safe for use by kids and adults, and, with its use, you will "Never Touch Your Tuna".

When I make tuna salad, Neils one complaint is that it's too soupy, i.e. not enough water drained from the can.  Once I open the can, I would mash the lid, sharp edges and all and try to drain the tuna.  Half the time loosing tuna as well as water.  Then dirty a knife to remove the sharp lid and toss.  Hands stinking like tuna and just a mess all around.  

Once I even bought one of those tuna can strainers from the grocery store.  Don't waste your money.  Not only did my hands still get stinky but after 2 uses it snapped in 1/2 and into the trash went my money.

Well thank goodness Tuna Squish can along and proved my point that I'm not the only one that was looking for a better way to drain tuna.  This review is a little different.  Instead of telling you my final thoughts, you'll see my thoughts while I'm using it.  Let me show you a demonstration with photos.

After using a can opener, place the open can in your cute Tuna Squish.
Pull the lid down and squeeze firmly.
Tilt the can while squeezing and let the tuna drain.
Look at all that liquid.
Lift the tail and you can see that the lid comes up with magnetic attachment with no touching or cutting fingers.
You can see here by just the push of his fin (button) the lid drops off so you can drop it in the trash can and never touch it.
See it drop.
See how nice and dry the tuna is.  By the way, so are my hands.
Don't you love his cute little face?  It kinda goes with my summer theme.  Finally someone solved my tuna dilemma.  Thanks Tuna Squish! In case I didn't make myself clear I love this little guy!!
You can also take a look at the company video below.
 
Tuna Squish sells for $9.99.   You can visit www.tunasquish.com for more information or to purchase your own.

How would y'all like to win one for yourselves?  Thanks to Tuna Squish one lucky Cotton Pickin Cute reader will win one.  Just enter by using the simple Rafflecopter form below.

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Good Luck Y'all...
♥Tracy

Be sure to check out my other giveaways on the right sidebar.


Disclosure:  I was provided the above mentioned product for review, but not otherwise compensated for this post.  

13 comments:

  1. I usually use my hands and they get all nasty. This looks awesome!!

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  2. I usually just empty the juice into the sink, but my husband makes a big mess and gets it all over the place.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  3. Just what I NEED!! Now I open the can and push the lid down to try to squeeze the jice out. It usally squirts out on me along with some of the tuna...not a great way, so messy
    *hugs*deb

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  4. I follow Mamawj's Moment Away (She is so nice!) on GFC as
    Maryann D.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  5. I just press the lid down to drain the juice

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  6. I press the lid down into the can.

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  7. I press the lid into the can to drain the tuna.

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  8. I follow Mamawj's Moment Away on GFC as Alana Vester.

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  9. I squeeze the top of the tuna can over the sink

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  10. I press the lid into the can over the sink. And then curse because I have ONCE AGAIN forgot to save the juice for my kitties!

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  11. I press the lid down and drain it.

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  12. Mel (gomomgoblog@gmail.com)May 21, 2013 at 10:25 AM

    I just push the top of the can down.

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