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Okay, Health Nuts, I concede there is nothing new in food products, just the way they are combined with others, seasoned or prepared.
Here are my ingredients for a quick and healthy lunch or even as a salad at the main meal, tested in the OF kitchen this past week with the summer harvest from his garden except for the lettuce.
1 lettuce leaf for presentation (optional)
1 medium tomato (fresh from OF organic garden or local farmer market)
1 standard packaged 4 oz Greek style Crumbled Feta Cheese/by 3.5 servings. (preferably from goat milk)
1 or 2 basil leaves for a garnish (fresh from OF, etc.) but optional.
Get the picture? Finis; The End; That's all she or he wrote. Preparation time: not worth counting once it reaches your kitchen counter.
Slice and dice the tomato into your bite size and add to the lettuce leaf. Spread the crumbled Feta cheese atop the sliced and diced tomato, and garnish with basil.
Assuming you will not exceed the portion of Feta, and add nothing more to the recipe, your intake of calories from Feta will be 90, total fat will be 11% DV, sodium will be 16 %(you may wish to reduce your sprinkling of Feta), and the remaining DV of a 2000 daily calorie diet can be found on the container of Feta cheese. Cheese is salty and fatty, so beware of portion size.