Grilled Salmon Salad (low FODMAP)

Grilled Salmon Salad

SUPER fast to throw together, and just add or omit ingredients based on what you have or like.

Salmon Salad for One (my lunch today 🙂 … increase ingredient amounts for number of people you’re serving)

Salmon*, grilled/baked (having previously been drizzled with tamari or coconut amino, and sprinkled with mineral salt and black pepper)
2 cups of baby spinach leaves
Lemon sorrel leaf, sliced (optional)
1/4 carrot, grated
1/4 cucumber, diced
1/4 avocado, sliced
1 Tbsp Sauerkraut (I used a homemade one that I added some beets/beetroot to)
Broccoli (just a teeny bit)
Pepitas (sprinkle)
Juice of half a lemon
Drizzle of mayo (they sell a delish organic one at Cornucopia!)

* Important note about salmon:  did you know that they sell salmon frames (i.e. salmon skeletons with some salmon flesh left on them) at Pak ‘n Save?  And that they’re seriously cheap?  I LOVE salmon, but I hardly ever buy it because of the cost.  Especially not smoked salmon at somewhere around $50 per/kg!  The salmon frame I used for my lunch cost $1.38.  I just put the salmon frame on a tin-foil-lined baking tray, with tamari, salt & pepper, and baked it at 190 C for 12 minutes.  Then I scraped the salmon off of the frame and VOILA!  Cheap, healthy, delicious lunch.


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