What the heck is he eating now?
I’ve got a reputation for eating strange things. What you probably don’t know is how little time I actually spend on food preparation.
In less time than it takes to walk to the lunchroom, I can typically prepare an incredibly nutritious, delicious lunch.
Let me show you how.
This is one of my go-to quick healthy lunches. Warning – this may make you less popular around the office. But it packs a massive nutritious punch and can be made in under 2 minutes.
It’s packed with healthy fat, protein, Omega 3s, probiotics, prebiotics, and soluble fiber.
This delicious recipe will also keep you full all afternoon with no post-lunch carbohydrate crash.
Don’t eat it on an airplane or you may be forcefully removed from the flight. Sardine, kimchi, and garlic are a deadly combination in a confined space.
- 2 large eggs
- 150g ripe avocado (whole medium or half of extra large)
- 2 Tbsp unpasteurized kimchi
- 1 can of sardines in olive oil
- 2 Tbsp flaxseed powder
- 3 cloves pressed fresh garlic (optional)
Total preparation time: 2 minutes
Prepare eggs. Can quickly poach in microwave in 60 seconds using an egg poacher.
While eggs are cooking, cut avocado in half and remove pit. Pop off skin and place in a bowl. If skin doesn’t peel off in one quick motion, the avocado was not ripe enough.
Mash avocado, eggs with a fork. Stir in kimchi, sardines, flaxseed, and garlic (optional) until it has the texture of baby food. Salt to taste.
Preparing the eggs on the stove will require extra time.
I prefer to poach the eggs until they have an “over-easy” texture. Runnier eggs mix well with the flaxseed powder.
You can buy pre-peeled garlic cloves at most grocery stores to save on prep time.
Unpasteurized kimchi is usually located in the refrigerated section of your grocery store. It is a potent combination of prebiotic and probiotic. Pasteurized kimchi in jars can also be used, but the beneficial probiotics from fermentation have been killed.
Wow. That looks really gross.
Carbs: 19g (5g net)