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This recipe is delicious yet very easy to make. You will need either a blender or a coffee grinder. A food processor won’t work because the amounts are very small. If you don’t have almond flour available, you can grind some almonds. I served this dish with Brilliant Sauteed Broccoli and Cucumber and Celery Salad.

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Although it was cold last night, I thought that a cucumber and celery will go well with the salmon and broccoli dish. Thinly slice the cucumber, sprinkle some salt on it, let it rest for a couple of minutes and squeeze well. Add finely chopped celery and season with sea salt, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and a bit of sesame oil. Top with some sesame seeds.

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We were invited to dinner at our friends Joe and Luiz, so I made a salad to take there. I put together romaine lettuce and English cucumber, topped with shredded carrots and sliced fennel. Then sprinkled with some black and white sesame seeds and dill.  I made a dressing with goat cheese, vinegar, white wine and dill, but if you are in the Elimination Diet, stay with lime and olive oil. The dinner was delicious and fun!

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Because Mahi-Mahi has a moderate fat content and a firm flesh, it grills very well and the fatty avocado salsa is a perfect complement to it. This dish is simple yet very delicious. I served the fish on a bed of red cabbage, fennel and sesame seeds.

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For this dish, I used brown rice fettucine. This dish is light and delicate, it goes well by itself of with meat. Or even with side vegetables. I served it with chicken. Make sure to use a very good quality organic extra virgin olive oil for maximum flavor.

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The original tabbouleh recipe is made with bulgur wheat which is not gluten free. Substituting it by red quinoa makes the dish lighter and the result is delicious! This is a great way to get the vegetables to the family table.

I served it with Coho fillets and baby broccoli.

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This is a very versatile dish: you can use a variety of vegetables. The list of vegetables in the recipe below contains the produce that was fresher at the store. Mix white, yellow and green vegetables. I used broccoli rabe instead of broccoli as it was on sale. Broccoli rabe  or rapini is bitter and pungent, for me, similar to mustard leaves.

Serve the Chicken Stir Fry with brown rice or soba noodles.

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