How to Eat a Store-Bought Tuna Eyeball

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There's not much how-to advice, even online, for eating tuna eyeballs. Luckily Jesse of the site Flee Alaska seemed to figure it out. For only one hundred yen—that's less than a buck—the daredevil eater couldn't pass up this deal. Without any seasonings, the gelatinous ball went into a pot of boiling water. Conclusion: "not too bad." One part tasted like a hard-boiled egg. [via Neatorama]

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