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A New Kind of Salad

on June 9, 2013

I’ve never been much of a tuna fan, but I recently discovered I actually like it when mayo is nowhere nearby. To switch up my lunches this week I created a sort of tuna salad to put on top of my lettuce each day. Super simple and delicious. Here’s what I did:

No Mayo Tuna Salad

2 roma tomatoes

1 cucumber

1 half bell pepper

1 can tuna (in water)

lemon juice

dill

apple cider vinegar

1 can cannellini beans

salt/pepper to taste

Super simple. All you do is finely dice the cucumber, tomatoes, and pepper. Add the drained tuna and drained/rinsed beans. For the dressing I added apple cider vinegar, a bunch of dill, a splash of lemon juice, and salt/pepper to taste. Mix it all together and let it marinate in the fridge for a few hours. The best thing about this recipe is how versatile it is. You can choose so many different combinations of veggies and dressings. Enjoy!

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