The differences between bigeye tuna and yellowfin tuna, the two species of ahi, are that bigeye has extremely large eyes, a plump body and a larger head than yellowfin. Yellowfin tuna has bright yellow finlets with soft ... More »

Ahi tuna usually refers to a species called yellowfin tuna, often used raw in sashimi and sushi. Cooks also prepare ahi tuna by searing, grilling or sautéing the fish. More »

Outback Steakhouse does not publish the recipe for its Ahi tuna appetizer. However, a comparable recipe involves searing spice-rubbed sushi-grade tuna and drizzling it with a creamy ginger-soy dressing. Serve the tuna ov... More »

Ahi tuna usually refers to a species called yellowfin tuna, often used raw in sashimi and sushi. Cooks also prepare ahi tuna by searing, grilling or sautéing the fish. More »

Yellowfin tuna have yellow sides, blue backs, silver bellies and can weigh up to 450 pounds, whereas Pacific yellowtail have yellow stripes across their bodies, a yellow tail and weigh between 10 and 20 pounds when caugh... More »

Albacore is a type of tuna. It is distinguished from chunk light tuna in that chunk light tuna is typically made from the skipjack species. Canned albacore tuna contains higher amounts of mercury than chunk light tuna, a... More »

Key differences between the walleye and the pike include adult size and overall body color. Pickerel range in adult size from 3 to 60 pounds, while walleye grow to around 15 pounds. The walleye's overall body color is ol... More »

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