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The Fuel Series II

The Fuel Series II
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We've had the amazing opportunity catch up with a top chef who has worked with athletes in the National Hockey League and the National Football League. Here are a few of our favorite healthy recipes a for long days on the court and course. 


2/3 c fresh orange chunks, peeled
2/3 c raw coconut water
1/3 c young coconut meat
1 banana
1 lemon wedge, peeled
Pinch of turmeric

Blend all ingredients in a high-powered blender until smooth.


10 oz soba noodles, cooked, rinsed, cooled
1 c cabbage, shaved
2 c bokchoy, sliced thin
1 c cucumber, sliced thin
½ c shredded carrot
2 T scallions, sliced think
2 T sesame oil
2 garlic gloves, grated
1 t ginger, grated
1 lime, juice only
2 eggs hard boiled (optional)
Tamari to taste

Combine cold soba noodles with cabbage, bokchoy, cucumber, carrot, scallion, sesame oil, garlic, ginger, lime and season with tamari.


8 oz wild salmon, skinless
1 T shallots, diced small
2 T scallions, sliced thin
2 T dill, chopped
2 t paprika
1 T coconut oil
2 medium sized sweet-potatoes, pre-baked
1 t coconut oil
1 avocado, chunks
2 c broccoli, florets
1 lime, juice only
Salt and pepper to tase
Pinch cayenne

Burgers: Cut salmon into chunks and pulse in food processor until the ground. Add this with remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl and season with salt. Shape into 2 burgers.

Sweet Potato: Pre-bake sweet potatoes at 375 for 25 minutes. Let cool and cut into wedges. Toss with coconut oil and season with salt. Lay flat on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake at 375 until crispy, about 35 minutes.

Avocado Broccoli: In a saucepan with a steam basket bring 1 inch of water to a bowl. Put broccoli in basket, cover and steam for 1 ½ minutes. In a mixing bowl, combine avocado, broccoli, scallions and lime juice. Season with salt and pepper.

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