When I was a kid I ate canned tuna (sandwich, salad, etc.) all the time. In the past few years I've found I don't like to because the tuna most companies put out has been shredded so finely it's no longer "tuna in water", it's "tuna pulp", and almost impossible to drain properly because it's like squeezing the liquid out of a turd nowadays. Then while doing a grocery run a day ago, I ran into this stuff. Seeing as just a few days before I was annoyed at my inability to get some drained tuna for a dish, I had to grab a few cans. And holy crap, they weren't lying. LOOK AT THAT. Actual SOLID (nice and dense) tuna, and it was really only a tiny amount of water that poured out easily. They apparently have pre-seasoned stuff as well. I tried the lemon pepper kind and it was pretty strong (definitely meant to go in a dish instead of on it's own), haven't tried the thai chili one.