Buying and canning tuna fresh off the boat isn't a huge savings—but you'll know where it came from, you can enjoy it throughout the year, and unless you go out and catch it yourself, it can’t get any fresher. Convinced? Good. Here's how to proceed.
I've been canning my own fish at home for years now, ever since I lost some nice steelhead to freezer burn one year. Canning is easy, and canned fish can last for years in the pantry, assuming you don't eat it up long before that!