Zingy Tuna Salad

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Zingy tuna salad packs lots of nutrients, flavor and texture: lemon, raw crushed garlic, dill, favorite mustard, hummus, red wine vinegar, olive oil, chopped olives, red onion, celery, and red bell pepper.

Raw garlic is so good for you! And this recipe is one delicious way to incorporate it into your cuisine. Don’t be shy! If my 1-year-old can do it, you can too. After his first bite of this dish, my 1-year-old signed “more,” for another, and another, until he and I polished off the entire batch in one sitting.

Serve atop a leaf of kale or lettuce on a flourless sprouted grain English muffin (often found in freezer of health food section).

Zingy Tuna Salad
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2 Servings 20 Minutes
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2 Servings 20 Minutes
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2 Servings 20 Minutes
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