SMASH fish (sardines, mackerel, anchovies, salmon, and herring) are enormously nutritious, sustainable, cost-effective, and shelf-stable if they're canned. But if you don’t like to eat them straight outta the can, here are some ideas to spice 'em up!
This is similar to fritters except that it includes potatoes. This recipe calls for breadcrumbs which you can simply omit if you're avoiding gluten.
A great option if you're looking to use some canned sardines, this flavor-packed recipe is mouth-watering!
Sauerkraut, kimchee, beet kvass, kombucha, and other fermented treats are known for their probiotic goodness. And fermentation often inhibits anti-nutrients. Double win. But I wouldn't use just any recipe. Dive into these research-based recipes that are safe and manageable to reap the benefits of fermented food products.
Save money (this is up to 4x cheaper!) and make something delicious and nutritious to eat at any time of day. This homemade yogurt is easier than you think and ridiculously amazing!
Liver is the most nutrient dense food on the planet. No contest. But most people don't have a taste for it. Check out these recipes for making liver more palatable.