The thing comes with mayonnaise and relish, which is odd. I don't exactly know what to do with them. I'm just putting tuna on crackers.
k_olefin: You mix the tuna with the relish and mayo to make tuna salad.
spectralbovine: But how am I supposed to do that on top of a cracker?
smrou: I have no idea--can you mix them in the can?
spectralbovine: There's no can; it's a pouch. The first cracker, I just put a dollop of each on top, and that...sort of worked.
Tasting new meat is odd.
jeeperstseepers: I'm the only person I know personally (until you, now) who eats canned tuna without mixing mayo in.
spectralbovine: Well, I didn't know how it worked! I have one last cracker. Let's try mixing this stuff in.
jeeperstseepers: Now that you've had canned tuna, you should try a fresh tuna steak to see how it's a completely different thing.
spectralbovine: We'll see about that. It's funny; the taste of tuna is so foreign to me I'm not even sure whether I like it or not. That is, I don't dislike it, but I don't know whether I actually think it has any favorable qualities.
*headTARDIS* So that's why it's called a "Mixing Spoon"!
outforawalk: This is making me laugh. A lot.
And I like seafood and don't really love canned tuna. I am amused at all your fish eating adventures.
spectralbovine: Heeeeey, now that tastes better. Good old mayonnaise.
But I'm out of crackers! *goes to get some bread*
I'm just glad that now I can stop being disappointed when I think I see chicken salad and it turns out to be tuna salad. I mean, I'll still be disappointed because I totally prefer chicken salad, but at least I'll have something to eat.