Nothing will ever replace the classic tuna sandwiches we ate as kids. Our tuna was served on white bread, bound together with a couple knifefuls of mayonnaise, and we ate them happily while sitting at the kitchen counter, with our legs swinging, too short to touch the floor.
But as we've matured, so have our lunches and outlook on nutrition. There's nothing wrong with eating this time-honored sandwich every now and again, but there are so many delicious, healthful ways to transform a can of tuna fish into something more gourmet. Mayo's main responsibilities are to bind the tuna fish while adding a creamy texture and a subtle flavor. These nine substitutions below get the job done, and then some. Check out these delicious, wholesome twists and you might not ever go back to the kid stuff.