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This Tiny Sardinian Island Town Is Doing Nose-to-Tail Tuna

Carloforte is famed for its bluefin tuna, where salted tuna hearts, slow-cooked tripe, dried bottarga, and oil-drenched offcuts are the backbone of its traditional island cuisine.
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