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9/8/17 8:16 A

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I have a SparkRecipe for salmon patties from canned salmon that you can adjust pretty easily.

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9/5/17 11:51 A

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Thanks for the suggestions! I am getting my grocery list/meal plans put together and am going to try both the tilapia and salmon. :) Both sounded great!
Thanks so much!!



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9/2/17 12:58 P

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If you like tuna you will love salmon. I use canned salmon interchangeably with tuna. Same recipes. It even comes in those single service pouches for convenience. You can also cook salmon the same as tilapia.

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9/1/17 4:27 P

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I love tilapia. It's very low in calories (70 per filet) and zero carbs.

I heat up some olive oil in a skillet, put the filet in, and on medium heat. Watch until it turns from sort of translucent to more white and then turn.

Takes a couple of minutes.

Some tasty additions: a bit of lemon, lemon-pepper spice, butter (depends on your diet)

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9/1/17 10:04 A

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Hi all, am in need of some cooking advice. I am not a fish eater, actually for years I have avoided fish at all cost with the exception of canned tuna. I know there are pretty major benefits to adding fish, especially certain fish, to ones meal options but I have no clue where or how to start adding more options in. I am NOT an overly competent cook so any suggestions for how to prepare fish, simple beginner tips, or even what a good "starter" type of fish might be--would be very much appreciated :) Thank you all in advance for the help!!!!



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