Mama Mia! Steamed Cod with Red Cabbage Hemp Slaw

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I remember when I first began to introduce new foods to my diet. I would eat, flare and repeat for years, but as time passed I began to pinpoint the food triggers that were in my diet.

At the time I would keep a log of what I ate, what cannabis strains I had, to method of ingestion and record how I felt.

I can’t stress enough keeping a food and cannabis log. Once you find out your triggers you can then easily remove and replace them.

Today I’m sharing a wild caught Cod recipe that I eat regularly and is full of good fatty acids, digestive enzymes, and vitamins that promote gut health.

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Steamed Wild Caught Salmon & Cabbage Hemp Salad

(High in Omega 3 fatty acids know to reduce inflammation and support gut health)

Skill Level: Medium

4 Portions


8 oz Wild Caught Salmon Fillet

2 clove garlic whole

1 in piece ginger

1 cup vegetable broth

4 cups red cabbage

3 tablespoons of hemp seeds

1 tablespoons infused EVOO

1 tablespoon EVOO

2 tablespoon pomegranate vinegar

¼ cup Scallions

¼ cup flat leaf parsley

½ tbsp salt

¼ tbsp Fresh Black pepper

Pinch Cayenne Pepper

In pot simmer, broth, ginger, garlic and 1 cup water in pot. Once mixture begins to simmer, place fish (seasoned with salt and pepper ) into steamer for 10-12 mins or until tender.

Meanwhile, shred cabbage place in medium mixing bowl, add hemp seeds, oils, vinegar, scallions, parsley and spices. Toss and let marinate until cabbage has softened.  Remove fish from steamer, portion into 4 and serve with cabbage salad.

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