Looking for an easy tuna recipe?
This homemade tuna recipe is not only easy but it’s good for your gut when you use fermented cucumbers. Fermented foods restore the good bacteria in your gut. This can improve immunity, aid in digestion, and help reverse diseases.
According to the thescienceofeating.com: “The numerous health benefits of tuna fish that are attributed to the impressive content of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and other organic compounds. These include antioxidants and protein, without much saturated fat or sodium. Tuna also has impressive levels of selenium, as well as good amounts of phosphorous, iron, magnesium, and potassium. In terms of vitamins, there is a wealth of vitamin B12 and niacin, as well as a good amount of vitamin B6 and riboflavin.
Some of the health benefits of tuna fish include its ability to reduce cardiovascular conditions, stimulate growth and development, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, help in weight loss efforts, boost the immune system, increase energy, maintain the health of the skin, increase red blood cell count, prevent cancer, protect against various kidney diseases, reduce general inflammation, and inhibit cell membrane damage.”
Homemade Tuna Recipe
2 cans of wild caught tuna
2 tbsp mayo
1/2 c chopped onion
1/2 c chopped fermented cucumbers or dill pickles
Mix all ingredients together. Serve with crackers or spread on bread.