This salmon floss is a lifesaver on busy days (aka everyday if you have an active toddler around). Due to its high DHA and omega-3 content, which is great for kids’ brain development and growth, it is advised to consume 2 portions of salmon per week. This salmon floss will stop you from kicking yourself on exhausting days that you do not want to cook (or do not have any energy left to cook) and still want to make sure your kids get a decent healthy meal. It takes half an hour to make and it will save you many more half an hour in the future 😉 so go give it a try.
For us 300 grams is the right amount but you can always double or triple the amount if you have a big family. It is good kept in the fridge for many weeks but I warn you that you will run out in matter of days. So be ware . This salmon floss is a great topping for soups, salads, and breads. It goes very well with rice and omelette too.
And because I had some free time at hand and I was in the mood for love, here is a heart-shaped salmon floss (the orange one obviously ^^) and some lovebirds <3
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