This delicious recipe takes about 20 minutes to throw together. One of my favorite ways to eat salmon, it makes a great company dinner, especially in the summer. It’s appreciated by young and old.
This recipe gets an extra star for qualifying as a Caveman meal. The foods the earliest humans, who were hunter-gatherers, are supposed to have eaten (pre-cooking) are the most nourishing ones. These foods include all vegetables (greens, roots, etc.), all fruits, nuts, meat, poultry, fish and eggs. The first “processed” foods—those requiring cooking—included grains (wheat, rice, etc.), beans (pinto, garbanzo, black, etc., and peas, lentils), and potatoes, along with milk products. They are not nearly as good for us.
Nobody’s asking you to eat those critters and eggs raw, as the cavemen are said to have done….