Mackerel & Avocado pate: It really doesn’t get any quicker or easier: (enough for one, but make more and keep in the fridge)
• fillet of smoked or grilled mackerel
• half an avocado
• dash of good olive oil
•tablespoon of fresh grated horseradish root (you can use horseradish sauce, or if none available, just double the miso [...]
For one generous serving:
• Soak tablespoon of seaweed (Hijike or Arame) in water for 10 minutes.
• Slice salmon (wild, sustainable please!) fillet into strips and sauté gently in juice of one lemon for a couple of minutes
• Chop vegetables into small sticks: 1 small carrot, ½ courgette, 3 small broccoli florets & stalk, ½ onion, 1 leek, 1 [...]
This is a great new website from the people who made “The End of the Line”, the documentary about the effects of overfishing. You can search restaurants by region and by name and find a rating on their fish sustainability policy from the people who know. There is also a section to add your own [...]
A recent report found that more than half of samples of brand-name canned tuna contained more mercury than deemed safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). However, the same report found that only 5 percent of canned tuna samples contained mercury levels that exceeded the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) standards for safety, [...]
Here are a couple of good websites for healthy recipes, i haven’t tried them all out….but am working through it!
The first one is from the World Cancer Research Fund, and has some really tasty sounding, well balanced ideas;
This second is Fat Free Vegan; again, lots of tasty and healthy ideas and seems to be updated [...]
I made this last week for my mate Jules. It’s simple (I don’t really do difficult dishes) and she said it was delicious! I used SeaBass, which is on the MSC fish to eat list , but you could also use Mackerel fillets, Alaskan line-caught Salmon or Pollack. What you need, (as well as the [...]
I saw the End of the Line on Sunday, the new documentary about the state of our seas. We’ve been over fishing and generally not looking after the oceans for too many years now and the estimates are that we will run out of fish by 2048. Certain fish we’re used to seeing on the [...]