Seafood Salad Premium PD Recipe

2016-06-28

This beautiful fish-free salad is dressed in flavorful, creamy, egg-less and oil-free mayo. This recipe is perfect for a fancy lunch or a casual beach picnic. Eliminating fish from the diet helps human sustainability with the reduction of cholesterol and saturated fat. Fish contains contaminates from the polluted ocean or bacteria from fish farms; both are a tax on our body. Seafood is being wrongfully marketed as health food. Scientists have predicted the seas to be depleted of sea life by 2050. Eliminating fishing and the consumption of sea life is an urgent matter to save the lives of humans, sea life and all the birds and mammals whose lives depend on the ecosystem of the seas. Together we can help sustain sea life and our lives by choosing to adopt a delicious heath promoting Protective Diet.

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Comments (17)

  1. posted by Diane Wessel on October 16, 2017

    I really enjoyed this salad. I did add kelp for the seafood taste. It was so good, that I could have just stood over the bowl and kept eating it, but it gets even better once its refrigerated. I found a quick way to shred the fruit. After you rinse it, pick the fruit up and give it a good squeeze in the palm of your hand (to get the water out) and it pretty much shreds itself and the seeds pop right out.

  2. posted by psymjw on March 17, 2017

    Delicious and refreshing. Added a bit of sunshine to this cold March day!

  3. posted by mcddeb on September 17, 2016

    I tried a “crab” cake recipe from another site using hearts of palm instead jack fruit. I have tried both, wasn’t too impressed with jack fruit, it’s hard to find, and time consuming to pull out all the seeds. I served my hubs crab cake with the hearts of palm, didn’t tell him it wasn’t crab. I casually asked him after dinner how he liked the crab cakes – he was floored when I told him there wasn’t any crab in the ‘crab‘ cakes. All that to say try hearts of palm, they are easier to find than jack fruit. Not sure if Julie has any health objections to hearts of palm.

    • posted by Julie Marie on September 19, 2016

      Hearts of palm are great if you can find them without food additives.

    • posted by mcddeb on September 17, 2016

      Meant to post this as a reply to Estelle request for a jack fruit alternative.

  4. posted by chitownjayzgirl on July 7, 2016

    So good I couldn’t stop eating it even though the peas were still a little frozen!!!

  5. posted by Dorothy on July 2, 2016

    About a year and a half ago, when I first started PD, I tried the main ingredient in this salad and didn’t care for it. I’m so glad I gave the salad a try! It is absolutely delicious and was a huge hit with my friends when I serve it in pita pockets !!

  6. posted by Susan on June 30, 2016

    Love love love this salad. If you do not have jackfruit order it now! Another 5 recipe from Julie Marie.

  7. posted by estelle siegel on June 30, 2016

    Perfect!! Thank you so much!! Going to order it right now 🙂

  8. posted by Marie on June 29, 2016

    Oops.. didn’t mean to post last reply twice. Didn’t see the first post go through. My bad! 🙁

    • posted by estelle siegel on June 30, 2016

      It’s on its way!!!

      • posted by Marie on June 30, 2016

        Good! Do try the PD pulled “pork” recipe too.

  9. posted by Marie on June 29, 2016

    Estelle, Amazon carries it if you can’t find it in Asian or Indian market.Make sure it’s in water or brine and not the syrup. I’ve even seen Organic on Amazon.

    • posted by estelle siegel on June 29, 2016

      Thanks Marie. I looked on Amazon but I couldn’t see the ingredients on the label so I couldn’t tell if there were any additives.

      • posted by Marie on June 29, 2016

        Estelle, I know… It was hard to find but the organic Native Forest brand I looked up had this info from one reviewer who purchased it and gave it 5 stars said this:
        By Sandy Paws on April 17, 2016
        Verified Purchase
        These are the ingredients: Organic young jackfruit, water, sea salt, organic lime juice.
        2.5 servings per container. 660g of salt per serving.

      • posted by Marie on June 29, 2016

        I know… It was hard to find but the organic Native Forest brand I looked up had this info from one reviewer who purchased it and gave it 5 stars said this:
        By Sandy Paws on April 17, 2016
        Verified Purchase
        These are the ingredients: Organic young jackfruit, water, sea salt, organic lime juice.
        2.5 servings per container. 660g of salt per serving.

  10. posted by estelle siegel on June 28, 2016

    I cannot find canned jackfruit anywhere. Any ideas? Julie, do you think you can carry it under your ‘Shop’ tab?

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