Salad and Salmon Lunch

Category: Blog, Recipes • Mar 15 2022

Total Preparation Time: 15 minutes

Total Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time to Eat: 30 minutes


  • 1 or 1/2 wild caught salmon filet.  If you have liver or kidney problems or suffer from a joint oriented autoimmune disease it may be best to have just 1/2 of a filet.
  • 1 squeeze of lemon juice.
  • 1 pinch of black pepper.
  • 1 large bowl of organic spring mix or other mixed greens about 3 cups
  • 2 tablespoons of any of the dairy free Mother’s Raw or similar brand quality salad dressings.  Here’s the one I recommended Mother’s Raw Greek Dressing but any of her dairy free other similar brands will do.
  • Here’s a list of some quality dressings:
  • 3 stalks of organic dandelion greens (These help to flush the gallbladder and liver.  They are optional but definitely recommended).
  • 1/4 teaspoon of fresh peeled grated ginger (If you don’t have the time then skip this but if you have autoimmune disease, pain or inflammation then please add).
  • 1/4 teaspoon of fresh peeled grated turmeric (If you don’t have the time then skip this but if you have autoimmune disease, pain or inflammation then please add).
  • 1/2 organic carrot chopped.



  • Thaw salmon filet and squeeze some fresh lemon and add a pinch of black pepper to the top of the filet.
  • Cook salmon filet in 400 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until thoroughly cooked on the inside.
  • Cut the filet into 1 inch cubes and let cool a bit on a separate plate if you are going to add it to your salad bowl or leave as an intact filet if you are going to eat it seperately.


  • Thoroughly wash any non-washed vegetables.
  • Fill a large salad bowl (about 3 cups of raw greens) with the spring mix or other green mixture.
  • Chop the washed dandelion greens into 1 inch pieces and place into salad bowl.
  • Skin the organic carrot and place into salad bowl with other ingredients.
  • Put the grated ginger and turmeric on top of the salad.
  • Add your salad dressing and mix thoroughly.
  • You may either add the chopped salmon to the salad and give it one or two gentle tosses or eat your filet on the side




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