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The Best Way to Cook Salmon

August 23, 2018

So the other night, my mom asks me, "What are we having for dinner?"

 

I said, "Salmon."

 

She made a yuck face at me. No joke. Accompanied by a fake gagging sound. I said, "Well, you're gonna like this fish."

 

Mom sighed.

 

Later, when dinner time came, she took one bite and said, "Holy shit, this is

THE best salmon I've ever had! So good!"

 

Now, she requests this dish. It's become a staple in our home - tasty brain food at its best...and it's easy and fast. 

 

I know that eating fish has gotten a bad rap over the years because the health of our oceans is suffering, but I still think that eating fish is better than not eating fish. The best source I know of for salmon is Vital Choice, and I must admit that if I'm not up for ordering fish online, I have been known to run into my local health food store and buy farm raised Atlantic salmon.

 

So far so good! All of our organs are still in tact. 

 

Sometimes we have to set our rules and ideals aside, do what is practical and enjoy ourselves...

 

May you eat your salmon in peace!

 

What you need:

 

A large cast iron skillet (or other oven safe pan)

2-4 small salmon fillets

2 TBS Olive oil

Sea salt and pepper or other spice blend (I like Salsa & Pico from Penzeys Spices)

Garlic herb butter

 

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

 

Season salmon and heat olive oil in pan over medium heat. Once hot, sear salmon skin-side up for 3-5 minutes depending on thickness of fish. Flip fish and cook for another 3-5 minutes. Then, place in oven for 8-10 minutes. Top with garlic herb butter. Serve with a fresh salad or your favorite vegetables. 

 

If you like this recipe, you may love my book Eat in Peace to Live in Peace: Your Handbook for Vitality. It contains over 65 non-fussy recipes that will help inspire you in the kitchen, along with sound advice for living your life to the fullest. I would also like to invite you to subscribe to my weekly newsletter where I will help to educate you on the latest and greatest in the field of nutrition, herbs, and living a vital life! Thanks for being here. 

 

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