This is a lovely way to prepare salmon, the pan of water creates a moist environment, and the low baking temperature allows the salmon to cook slowly, virtually ensuring success. The lemon relish is a tasty complement to salmon’s natural sweetness. Salmon is prized for its high levels of Omega 3 fatty acids, but it has many other benefits as well. Salmon has bioactive peptides that provide support for joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness and control of inflammation in the digestive tract. Salmon is rich in vitamins D, B3, B6 and the minerals selenium and phosphorus, as well as protein.
This gingery salmon soup is bright and rich—a perfect follow-up to a day outdoors. Or, make it ahead of time and take some along in a thermos. Wild Alaskan salmon is an abundant source of Omega 3 fatty acids. Healing herbs are a perfect accompaniment to salmon’s Omega 3 fatty acids. This is a tasty way to prepare salmon, particularly for those who have not yet learned to appreciate salmon’s many charms.
Francie Healey is the author of "Eat To Beat Alzheimer's and has a Master’s Degree in Counseling and is both a Certified Health Counselor and Licensed Mental Health Counselor.practitioner.
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