Barramundi is a mild white fish, native to Australia. It is packed with Omega-3s! And is easy to cook! Join Chef Ben as he demonstrates how to make Soy Ginger Marinated Barramundi.
Soy Ginger Marinated Barramundi
12 oz package of Barramundi Filets (2-3 portions)
1 oz of cooking oil
3 Tbsp soy sauce
2 Tbsp brown sugar
½ Tsp minced orange zest
1 Tbsp orange juice
1 Tsp chopped garlic
1 Tsp grated fresh ginger
¼ Tsp chili flakes
Pinch of salt
Combine all marinated ingredients into a small mixing bowl and whisk to combine.
Place barramundi into the marinade. Marinate for 2 hours.
When you are ready to cook, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place a sauté pan over medium high heat and add oil. Sear fish on both sides and place onto a lined pan and bake for 5-7 minutes or until the fish reaches and internal temperature of 145 degrees.
Use the remaining marinade to make a delicious sauce: Pour remaining marinade liquid into the sauté pan, bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer and cook for approximately one minute to slightly thicken.
Serve with your favorite accompaniments such as steamed vegetables and rice.
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The human body is host to tens of trillions of microbes and the largest population of these live in the gut – our gut microbiota. The right balance of these healthy bacteria is vital to feeling your best every day. As studies on the microbiota expand, we are learning how closely gut health can influence our metabolism, immune system, cholesterol levels, and possibly brain functions.
The good news is there are lifestyle changes we can make that will help promote a healthy gut and improve our overall wellbeing. Understanding the effects that poor eating habits, lack of sleep and stress have on our gut health can empower us to take action and give ourselves a serious gut check. Here are 5 daily habits than can enhance the health of your gut:
Make fiber your friend
Make sure to eat high fiber foods at every meal. While all fiber is important for digestive balance, prebiotics are certain fibers that feed the healthy bacteria in your gut. Sources of prebiotics include onions, garlic, leeks, asparagus, soybeans, apples, bananas, beans, and lentils, oats, flax seed and wheat bran.Follow these tips to ensure you consume plenty of prebiotics:
Incorporate prebiotic fruits and vegetables into daily meals.
Add ground flax and wheat bran when baking.
Incorporate 3 cups of beans into your meals each week. Try black bean tacos, lentil/bean soup, or chili with kidney beans.
Note: Adding more fiber to your diet may cause some initial gastric distress. To minimize this, gradually increase your fiber intake.
Add powerful probiotics to your meals
Probiotics, the healthy bacteria that live in your gut, can be consumed in certain foods. Choose fermented foods like yogurt, kefir, miso, kimchi, and kombucha. Look for options that contain at least 1 billion CFU of healthy bacteria like lactobacilli and/or bifidobacteria. It’s important to have a source of probiotics every day to gain the health benefits. Click here for a list full of gut nourishing options available at Buehler’s store and when shopping online at Buhlers.com.
Buehler’s yogurt parfaits are a convenient way to add probiotics to your daily eating habits. Visit our yogurt parfait case for a healthful meal or snack to go!
Forget the fad diets
Avoid diets that eliminate whole food groups. Diets should include diverse food choices, in moderation. Research is showing that the microbiota has a great range of needs that a diet with a variety of foods can help provide.
Get your ZZZZs and avoid stress
Not getting enough sleep can have unhealthy impacts on your gut health. Try to prioritize getting at least 7-8 hours of sleep per night and talk with your physician if you are having trouble sleeping. Lack of sleep can also lead to higher levels of stress which is hard on your entire body, including your gut. Try meditation, walking, diffusing essential oils, decreasing caffeine intake, laughing, or yoga to help relax.
Adding a prebiotic or probiotic supplement to your daily habits may be a great way to improve your gut health. As mentioned, prebiotics provide “food” to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut, while probiotics are live healthy bacteria. It’s best to consult your healthcare provider when choosing a probiotic or prebiotic supplement to ensure the best health benefits. Buehler’s offers a wide selection of high-quality supplements
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Bacon lovers! Enjoy the bold taste of Certified Angus Beef® brand Beef Bacon by Schmacon. The hearty strips of beef are made without any added nitrites or nitrates.
Scmacon, your new favorite pork bacon alternative, is now available at Buehler’s! It is made with the premium beef you know and love.
Schmacon crisps quickly and delivers a smoky, sweet, beefy flavor. It is satisfying in ways that only beef can be. It is whole-muscle beef, smoked and glazed with less fat, less calories and less sodium than pork bacon. It also cooks in half the time of pork bacon.
Great as a side on a breakfast plate, or as a unique addition to your favorite recipe, pick up a package of Schmacon in our Meat Department today!
Try these Schmacon Recipes
Schmacon Waffles Napoleon
1 waffle cut in half 1 oz. whipped cream 1 oz. maple syrup Powdered sugar 3 slices crisped Schmacon
Prepare waffles according to instructions.
Layer waffle, whipped cream, waffle, Schmacon.
Then top with fruit if desired or just powdered sugar and syrup!
Gather your ingredients and cook along with Chef Ben as he makes these delicious Stuffed Peppers.
Stuffed Peppers Recipe
6 bell peppers, assorted colors Tbsp cooking oil 1# of ground beef 2 cloves of garlic, chopped 1 small yellow onion, small dice 1 jar of red sauce or marinara sauce (32 oz) ½ Tsp salt ¼ Tsp black pepper 2 cups of cooked white rice 2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Top and deseed peppers.
Place peppers into a baking pan and cover with foil.
Bake peppers for around 15 minutes or until starting to become tender. Remove from the pan and set aside.
In a sauté pan, place oil and ground beef. Cook beef over medium heat.
While meat is cooking, and about halfway finished, add the onions and garlic to the pan and finish cooking. The onions should be mostly translucent when you are done cooking the meat.
Add ½ of the jar of red sauce, rice, salt and pepper to the meat mixture and mix thoroughly to combine.
Pour the second ½ of red sauce into the baking pan on the bottom.
Stuff the peppers with your mixture and place into baking pan on top of sauce.
Top the peppers with the mozzarella cheese and cover with foil.
Bake the peppers for 20 minutes, then remove the foil and bake for an additional 10-15 minutes to achieve color on the cheese, and ensure the peppers are heated to 165 degrees in the middle.