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Quick Wild Cod & Kraut Salad Recipe

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MISTER NICE FISH HAS A DISH!

Who said fish can’t be tasty?  Wild Cod says he can!  I’m not going to try and sell you on eating fish.  However, I can easily prove to you it will taste good with a few simple ingredients during your busy week.  I like to try and keep meals during the week down to 15 to 20 minutes as far as cooking time.  This meal gets straight to the point.  You can find Wild Cod at most grocery stores today.  Cod is loaded in vitamin b12 and b6.  It’s loaded in omega-3fatty acids and will send your chicken packing his bags at the front door!  See ya later Chicken, Papa Cod is in the house!  A 3 ounce serving of Cod can provide anywhere up to 21 grams of protein per serving.  Wow!  Get yourself to the store now and make this dish.  Hurry, before Mister Chicken comes back and retaliates….Enjoy!

Ingredients:

2-3 sprays of Organic Olive Oil Spray

1 tablespoon of Organic Minced Garlic in a jar (Do not buy the one from China.  Pick California)

3 ounces of Wild Cod

1/2 cup to 1 cup of Beagle Bay Organic Raw Sauerkraut (you may find other brands in store)

1 whole organic scallion chopped small

1 cup of organic baby spinach

1 teaspoon of ground organic turmeric

1/3 of a cup of grated raw organic goat cheese (you may also use goat cheese from Europe if you’re unable to find raw and organic)

1/2 cup of organic fresh lemon squeezed

Method:

Wash your fish under filtered water.  Pull out two paper towels, or a dish towel to dry fish with. Squeeze your lemon over the top of fish.  Heat your skillet to medium high.  Spray olive oil spray in pan and mix in minced garlic.  Place fish in heated pan and reduce heat to medium.  Fish doesn’t need to be over cooked.  Keep flipping fish until inside isn’t pink and outside is slightly brown.  Take your fresh spinach and scallions…wash them really well.  Place spinach on a plate.  Chop your scallions and dress around the raw spinach.  Pull your fish out and place in the middle on top of your spinach.  As an option: grab your Beagle Bay Raw Organic Sauerkraut and dress around the fish for added crunchy flavor.  Kraut is served cold as the veggies are. Sprinkle your turmeric over the top of your fish.  Garnish dish with goat cheese and left over lemon.  This whole dish is 15 minutes tops.  Yummy!

Note: Be sure to buy really good quality fish and make is as soon as you buy it.  Try not to let your fish sit too long in the fridge.  Keep all your veggies raw for this dish if possible.

Purpose of Dish: This dish is high in amino acids.  Amino Acids will help keep your collagen nice and firm.  The spinach is high in iron and the kraut makes for a nice probiotic without having to spend a lot of money on probiotic supplements.  It’s easy and fast.

 

Jaime Arto

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