Today is always a good day to have a picnic, even if it’s on a picnic blanket right in the middle of your living room floor.  If the weather changes quickly, as it does during this time of year, moving inside is a quick way to allow that change to have little impact on your plans.  And picnics are always a good time to rekindle and freshen relationships, any relationship.

Sardine and Roasted Green Bean Wrap

Sardine and Roasted Green Bean Wrap

This dish then fits right in with a packable meal or snack with little preparation time and can be carried onsite, opened up and enjoyed.  It’s basic, yet a variety of additions can be brought in to add to your enjoyment, but I’ll start here as I’m adding to my collection of basic foods to eat during a cleanse, specifically a yeast overgrowth cleanse.

Before packing the prepared or canned foods, I roasted string beans with olive oil, sprinkled with salt, pepper and garlic flakes and sliced a radish to add a little crunch.  In addition to that and the can of sardines in olive oil, I brought along roasted seaweed as a wrap for the sardines, yet you can use lettuce or any other food wrap you may have on hand, or you can substitute with chips.  The sauce I added was from a green juice I’d prepared earlier and saved a little for the occasion, yet you can substitute mustard, one of my favorites, or another condiment of choice.

Take a piece of seaweed, lettuce or a chip and add a string bean, a piece of sardine and a little of the condiment of choice and roll the wrap.  Eat and enjoy!

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Sardine and Roasted String Bean Wrap
Recipe type: Light meal or snack
Serves: 2 or 3 wraps
  • String Beans
  • Sardines, canned
  • Mustard of other condiment for dipping
  • Sliced radishes
  • Nori (Dried Seaweed) or lettuce or chips
  1. Prepare Roasted String Beans ahead by:
  2. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).
  3. Pat green beans dry with paper towels if necessary; spread onto a jellyroll pan. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt, pepper and garlic salt.
  4. Roast in the preheated oven until beans are slightly shriveled, about 15 to 20 minutes.
  5. Take a piece of seaweed, or wrap of choice, or a chip, and add a piece of sardine, string bean,and add a little of the condiment, then wrap it and enjoy.

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