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Page 62 – Emily’s Fresh Kitchen: Cook Your Way to Better Health

Seared Tuna Bowls

When my daughters visit from college, I ask them what meals they want me to prepare while they are home. Their first request is always seared tuna bowls. This dish is light and fresh with a delicious combination of flavors. It is one of those satisfying meals that leaves you feeling full, but not feeling stuffed. I usually make the bowls with sushi rice, but you can substitute lightly sautéed cauliflower rice if you would rather make a grain-free option. Both methods are delightful. I use tamari in this recipe, which is a gluten-free soy sauce. You can substitute traditional soy sauce if you prefer. You can also use coconut aminos with a dash of salt if you would like a soy-free version. If you are following a paleo diet, prepare the dish with both the cauliflower rice and the coconut aminos.

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