Salad Nicoise

Salad Nicoise by Food Network  Salad Nicoise Recipe

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Spring is coming. Eat some lean protein:
St. Jude Tuna is packed in its own juices or the olive oil pack.
St. Jude Tuna offers a 3.5 oz pop top can http://www.tunatuna.com
that contains 210 calories, 24.5 grams of protein 12.25 grams of healthy fat. Available without salt!!

St. Jude Tuna trolls for their albacore. 
Common Albacore vs. Troll-Caught Albacore Common canned albacore or “white meat” tuna, the kind found on supermarket shelves, comes from tropical Pacific waters. During processing, nearly all the fat is lost. Common canned albacore is almost fat-free, but has very little omega-3 fatty acids. In contrast, Pacific troll-caught albacore, ST. Jude Albacore are younger fish from colder, northern waters. Troll-caught albacore are handled to retain their fat with all its healthful omega-3s. That’s why troll-caught albacore tastes juicy and rich and has all the health benefits of these special omega-3 fatty acids.

Common Albacore vs. Troll-Caught Albacore Common canned albacore or “white meat” tuna, the kind found on supermarket shelves, comes from tropical Pacific waters. During processing, nearly all the fat is lost. Common canned albacore is almost fat-free, but has very little omega-3 fatty acids. In contrast, Pacific troll-caught albacore are younger fish from colder, northern waters. Troll-caught albacore are handled to retain their fat with all its healthful omega-3s. That’s why troll-caught albacore tastes juicy and rich and has all  of the health benefits of these special omega-3 fatty acids.salad nicoise st jude.jpg

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