Food, Fun and Face!

Welcome to my blog! I'm starting this blog to add some spice to some of your kitchens! I follow a primal lifestyle which basically means I eat a whole bunch of vegetables, good meats, some fruit, nuts and seeds and a little dairy. I avoid eating all grains and try not to eat processed food and limit the amount of sugar I throw down my throat. Basically the name of the game is to eat REAL FOOD. Sounds simple right? But sometimes people find it hard to start to eat this way. So this blog is here to help you (and me) throw together some awesome tasty food . So please stay a while and get your creative kitchen juices flowing again!!

Thursday, 5 January 2012

Awesome Snack

So I've just got back home from work and since I've been away on an overnight I don't have anything prepared to eat.

And I am HUNGRY!

So this is a really easy snack that you can put together in 5 or so minutes. It's really a full size meal but can double as a snack if need be.

The cans of tuna I use below are always the ones in olive oil. Take the time to find these on the supermarket shelves as a lot of the cans of tuna contain highly processed vegetable oils which aren't the best for you.

The All natural Guacamole is a gem of a find. You can usually find them at the beginning of the supermarket up next to the pre packed lettuce etc. I know Pak'n'Save and New World stock them but I'm not sure about Countdown. Each 100g packet contains 1 Avocado, onion, salt, coriander and garlic. No added crap or preservatives to extend the shelf life so they do go off after a few days. Really easy substitute to Avocado though.


2x Cans of Tuna in Olive oil
1x Fresh Tomato
Half a medium Red Onion
Some Cucumber
1x Spring Onion
1 TBS Avocado Oil
1x 100g packet of Fressure Foods All Natural Guacamole

Empty the cans of tuna into a bowl you will eat out of.

Chop up the Red Onion, Tomato, Cucumber and Spring Onion and add to the Tuna.

Drizzle on the Avocado oil and also add the packet of Guacamole.

Mix well and season with lots of pepper and a little salt.

Garnish with chopped up spring onion.

Optional: Add a a squeeze of lemon juice.

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