612LNZ's Journal, 15 July 2018

Salmon Avocado Poke

Diet Calendar Entries for 15 July 2018:
1175 kcal Fat: 95.53g | Prot: 63.35g | Carb: 22.73g.   Breakfast: Kerrygold Unsalted Pure Irish Butter, Bulletproof Vanilla Collagen Protein, Bulletproof Upgraded Brain Octane Oil, Coffee. Lunch: Scallions or Spring Onions , Soy Sauce (Shoyu) , Lime Juice , Mission Avocado, Eden Foods Toasted Sesame Oil, Salmon, Whole Sesame Seeds. Dinner: Organic Valley Organic Sharp Cheddar Cheese. more...
1970 kcal Activities & Exercise: Fitbit - 24 hours. more...
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Yum! 
15 Jul 18 by member: birdyslady
That looks delicious! 
15 Jul 18 by member: Mike 39
Mmmm, poke!! 
16 Jul 18 by member: Steven Lloyd
Great choice! Super healthy fatty acids, high in protein, fiber and good cholesterol, alkaline, and a delicious raw food. 
16 Jul 18 by member: justin diehl
Poke (or sashimi) is a must-have whenever I go grocery shopping. Love this stuff. I used to diss raw fish (grew up in German culture in Minnesota). We did NOT do uncooked fish. But it's now my favorite treat. Way to go! 
16 Jul 18 by member: LZenn
Nom nom nom, and I was just thinking about dinner for tomorrow night... Dinner for tonight is already planned. Have to see if I can get sashimi for home somewhere.  
16 Jul 18 by member: thenester
What is Salmon Poke... everything else about this I absolutely love except for this unknown? Real curious to find out? 
16 Jul 18 by member: Bandrai
Bandrai, Poke is a dish made from raw fish, in this case salmon, and various ingredients. Most include sesame oil and sesame seeds in the mix. 
16 Jul 18 by member: LZenn
Poke is awesome - this looks great.  
16 Jul 18 by member: tahoebrun
This looks delicious! What’s the recipe? 
17 Jul 18 by member: Alashae
Yum! 
17 Jul 18 by member: LolaJones1
Hey Bandrai, google "Umekes" or "da Poke Shack", both great sources of fresh poke over in Kailua Kona, Big Island. It is very addictive in a good way...they even sell it at Costco and most supermarkets. A supply of fresh fish is key though. 
17 Jul 18 by member: Steven Lloyd

     
 

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