No-tuna salad

No-tuna salad


Seaweed is packed with all sorts of fantastic nutrients including thyroid supporting iodine, omega 3′s and protein, but I’ve been stumped as to how to get more of it in my diet without just eating loads of veggie sushi. I don’t eat fish but even if you do this might be a recipe you should give a try to decrease the amount you’re consuming to lessen the strain on the environment with the rate of overfishing, climate change, and pollution taking their toll on many wild species as well as the high environmental impact of farmed fish. I used to adore a mock-tuna called Tuno that came in a can. Today I saw a can of “faux-tuna” in a can and squealed with delight only to see it was made from squid. Yuck! I must be craving it.. no-tuna salad to the rescue! I like this blend of Dulse, Bladderwrack, Irish Moss, and Kelp and my mind is swimming with inspiration for other oceany-meals.

no-tuna salad
1 can chickpeas, drained, rinsed & mashed
1 tbsp veganaise
1 tbsp good olive oil
1 tbsp good grain mustard
1/2 tsp seaweed powder
1 tbsp dill relish
half a celery rib, diced
1 green onion, chopped

Mix everything together in a medium bowl and serve over salad greens or on toast! Enjoy!

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