Chicken, Tuna, or Egg Salad

With only a few core ingredients, tuna, chicken, or egg salad makes for a perfect lunch or small meal.  It can be made quickly and consumed right away or packed easily and taken to work.

Any one of the salads can be used to make a sandwich or a wrap, but are delicious on their own as well, which is preferable when striving to cut calories and grain carbohydrates from the diet.  With no bread, eat the salad with a spoon, or use raw organic veggies like carrots, cucumbers, and celery as a scoop.  Another option is to use large leafs of lettuce as a wrap.

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Tuna Salad

Ingredients:

• 1 can of wild caught tuna

• mayonnaise

• cream cheese

• Redmond Real Salt or Pink Himalayan Salt to taste

Optional Ingredients:

• chopped onions

• relish

• celery

Double or triple the recipe by using more cans of tuna and increasing the other ingredients.

Chicken Salad

Ingredients:

• freshly chopped chicken breast or 1 can of chicken

• mayonnaise (or greek yogurt as a substitute)

• mustard

• cream cheese

• Redmond Real Salt or Pink Himalayan Salt to taste

Optional Ingredients:

• chopped grapes

• craisins or raisins

Double or triple the recipe by using more chicken and increasing the other ingredients.

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Egg Salad

Ingredients:

• 2-3 hard boiled eggs

• mayonnaise

• cream cheese

• Redmond Real Salt or Pink Himalayan Salt to taste

Optional Ingredients:

• mustard

Double or triple the recipe by using more eggs and increasing the other ingredients.