Salmon Loaf

Salmon loaf is delicious, simple to make and is loaded with healthy Omega 3 fats.

Wild caught salmon and organic potatoes come together to satisfy your hunger and your palate.  Canned wild caught salmon is inexpensive and contains tiny bones and skin, greatly increasing the nutrient profile of this meal.

Gluten free, Paleo and ExistUp Reboot Friendly.

Ingredients:

2 14.5 oz cans wild caught salmon (I buy mine at Whole Foods or order through Amazon)

3 eggs, beaten

8 medium thin skinned potatoes, (baked or boiled)

2 tsp sage

1-3 tsp black pepper (to taste, I like a lot)

1 tsp pink Himalayan salt

Directions:

Mash all ingredients together to combine well.  Fill 2 loaf pans and bake 350°F for 40 minutes or until top is golden.  Serve with sautéed peas and pearl onions and your favorite sautéed green.

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