• Stacy Seslowsky

Affordable wild-caught fish right at your doorstep + recipe for Avocado topping

What was for dinner last night; Fish Tacos

Wild caught fish is delivered to my door from Wild Alaskan Company. The fish is

well-sourced, fresh and delicious!

I seasoned this cod with all of my favorites, garlic, onion, paprika, chili powder,

cumin, ginger, coriander, parsley, oregano, mustard, turmeric, salt, and pepper.

Yes, I use ALL of those on almost everything we eat and then I sauteed the fish

in avocado oil.

Herbs and spices are healthy on their own. But, an added benefit is that they can

help protect you from some of the carcinogens created when meat, chicken, or

poultry are charred in the cooking process.

Cassava Tortillas are a fantastic substitute for processed flour tortillas.

Avocado topping recipe:

1 tbsp Primal Kitchen Avocado Mayonnaise

1 ripe avocado

1 oz onion finely diced

½ lime, juiced

1tsp mustard

1 tsp Coconut Aminos

1 tsp relish or chopped pickles

Salt and pepper to taste

Finally, you may have noticed that I ordered the avocado mayonnaise and the

coconut aminos (excellent substitute for soy sauce which often contains

unhealthy chemicals) from Lucky Vitamin. You can find coconut aminos right in

your local supermarket, but Lucky Vitamin is another great online resource.


The doctor of the future will no longer

treat the human frame with drugs, but

rather will cure and prevent disease

with nutrition. - Thomas Edison

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