It's a beautiful Sunday morning and I'm about to go for a nice walk. Before any good walk I need my double shot green tea. So, while I gently sip away at my warm beverage I'm going to post this delicious but unusual lunch recipe I made for myself a few weeks ago.
I try to get a dose of oysters in at leat 1-2 times per week. I consider them a superfood. Packed with vitamin B-12 which is one of the hardest macronutrients to find in a natural diet along with Iron, calcium, omega 3 and another one I try to keep on top of, Zinc. And lets face it, they taste great as well.
I'd also like to point out that you can now purchase smoked oysters in springwater. I've found them in Aldi and Woolworths who both have a great range of sustainably sourced tinned seafoods. I find them the quickest and easiest additions to my lunches and they give me the opportunity to add my own good fats which I'd prefer to do. You never know what or where the oil comes from that they use in the oiled varieties unless you purchase the more expensive brands and seen as I'm a bit of a scrooge that doesn't happen very often.