Mackerel tops pretty much all other fish when it comes to omega-3s. But there is a blessing and a curse to this fish: Many avoid it because its rich oils can create a “fishy” taste. So, in walks ginger. Not only does the ginger tame any off notes, you also get the benefits of this spicy herb. Ginger is loaded with a set of powerful anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols that protect the brain from free radicals, prevent the plaques that cause Alzheimer’s disease, and reduce arthritic pain.
|2||lb. mackerel fillets|
|1||medium fresh ginger, grated|
|4||garlic cloves, minced|
|½||tsp. kosher salt|
This content is from the book The Happiness Diet by Tyler Graham and Drew Ramsey.
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