Sauteed Srimp

Here is a simple way to prepare shrimp that we use often. Maybe you want just a little protein with a dish, like a salad, over pasta or along with any vegetarian dish. This is a simple preparation that can be done on the stove top or as we like to in a cast iron skillet on top of you gas grill.

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Tuna Poke

If you like our salmon poke dish you will most likely find this one delicious also.! We are using tuna in this recipe which we do advise people to eat sparingly due to its higher mercury content. It is a dish to spurge on only once and awhile.

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Salmon Poke

Poke is a Hawaiian word for “to Slice” or “cut crosswise into pieces”. It is a dish of raw fish marinated in various sauces and served as an appetizer or main dish over rice. This one contains salmon but is commonly made using ahi tuna, yellow fin tuna or any variety of fishes.

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German Spelt Bread

We do not eat bread very often due to it generally being highly caloric and low in nutritional value. That being said, on days that we are trying to keep our calorie count low (fasting days) a slice of good bread can get us through the day. So when we want a slice of bread we want something dense, filling and satisfying that is good for you.

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Perfect Poached Eggs

Poaching eggs can seem daunting, but with a little practice and following this technique you can make great poached eggs at home. There are a few points to keep in mind. First of all the fresher the eggs, the less likely they are to leave stringy whites on the edges of your poached eggs. Second you want to fill a large saute pan with at least three inches of water and add a tablespoon of vinegar to the water. The vinegar will also help to combat stringy egg whites. Also, you do not want to crowd the pan so do not add more that 4 eggs to the pan. Give this a try.

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