5) Fresh Tuna with Onions
Start with a good-sized piece of fresh tuna – at least a pound in size. Cut a large sweet Vidalia onion into big thick slices. Coat the bottom of the skillet with apple cider vinegar and a little water. Be sure to use fermented apple cider vinegar that has the “mother” in it (that’s the fuzzy looking substance at the bottom of the bottle). Place the fish in the skillet with the onions around it. Add some salt and pepper to taste and cover it. When the fish is cooked on one side turn it over and place some of the onions on top and cook the rest of the way. While the fish is cooking, chop up some a half head of fresh cauliflower into florets. Cauliflower is a great substitute for starch because it’s filling and loaded with nutrients. Sauté the florets in some olive oil with salt and pepper until tender.
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