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Salmon poké
« on: September 09, 2010, 04:30:25 am »
Pokés are eaten a lot in Hawaii, and I fell in love with them when I was stationed there.  Fortunately it's almost entirely raw paleo, especially with a couple small tweaks.  It's also really easy to make and if you like sashimi you'll probably love this.  For people that are new to raw paleo, this is a great meal to help get used to more raw food.

ingredients:
1 big chunk of wild caught salmon
roughly 1 tablespoon of shoyu or soy sauce
roughly 1 tablespoon of olive oil
A couple fresh spinach leaves

Cut the fish into cubes or just chop-stick sized chunk and put it in a bowl.  Sprinkle the soy sauce and oil over all the fish and mix it around until it coats all the fish.  Take a handful or less of the spinach leaves and chop them up into very small pieces, and toss in with the fish and mix it all up. 

Eat, and enjoy!  Like I said, not 100% raw paleo with the olive oil and soy sauce, but it's damn close and tastes fantastic.

 

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