Low carb and carb-free diets don't have to be a chore and they most definitely don't have to be boring, especially when you're allowed to eat sashimi salad.
Toro, which means tuna in Japanese, is a lean protein which is packed with flavor. Laid on top a bed of radish sprouts and paired with aromatic ingredients like like soy, sesame oil, ponzu, yuzu honey and sesame oil, the fish is topped with a mixture of creme fraiche and delicate wasabi caviar.
Sashimi salad is a great way to keep things interesting in your diet. The light-weight healthy meal doesn't have to weigh you down and you can always change it up by adding things like cubed avocado or alternating dressings.
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By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Oct 2, 2012 • References: luxirare