Tuna Fish Recipe
The food counts listed are for one serving only. If not using immediately, refrigerate the other two servings.
(Since this tuna recipe contains beans and vinegar, it is not suitable for those who are following a true Paleolithic diet.)
Serve the tuna with salad vegetables, such as fresh lettuce, rocket, watercress, baby spinach, cucumber, or celery. That makes a balanced meal.
Still, because it's not significantly low in carbs for weight loss, you may want to save it until your cheat day.
If possible, use organic ingredients.
Blend the onion, beans, and salt [if any] in a mixing bowl. Add the tuna and break up any chunks. Add the remaining ingredients and blend thoroughly with a spoon. Divide into thirds. Garnish with a little fresh cilantro/coriander sprigs.
The food counts are listed as follows.
Total calories / grams of proteins / grams of carbs / grams of fat (grams of saturated facts, if any).
Carbs listed are "net."
This recipe makes three portions. The foods counts are for just one portion including the salad vegetables.
Approximate food counts: 462 / 41 / 23 / 21 (3) (1 portion)
(As with all recipes, whenever available organic ingredients are a healthier choice and the better choice for our planet.)
Because tuna are large fish that can become contaminated with mercury, we advise only one serving of tuna weekly.
We hope that you enjoy it!
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