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Page 22 | Abby's Magazine | Brought to you By New Chapter Grilling with TURMERIC: Salmon Kebabs Time to Get Your Grill On Yay, summer! Sunscreen is on. Days are long. The grill is calling. Speaking of which, if you're looking to cook something new, check out this grilling recipe. Turmeric Salmon Kebabs are great for a celebration or for anytime. Two superfoods in one = super-delicious. What is a superfood, anyway? While there's no clinical definition to this tasty-sounding word, think of it as a food from Nature that's packed with nutrients known to have health benefits. Wild Alaskan Salmon is a superfood. It's bursting with heart-healthy Omega-fatty acids (good fats), including Omega-3s. In fact, these Omegas are so important for human health that experts recommend eating fish like salmon 2-3 times a week. (All this is exactly why New Chapter ® fish oil supplements are made only with 100% Wild Alaskan Salmon!) Turmeric is a superfood, too. This orangey-gold rhizome is known to contain 100s of phytonutrients, including curcumin. It's been treasured by healers for centuries. It's "super" in the eyes of both modern science and herbal tradition, and it's really foundational for lifelong health. Have you had your Turmeric today? Turmeric supplements are an easy way to get daily support from this noble root. Turmeric Force™ is our one-daily capsule made with whole-herb Turmeric and formulated for optimal absorption. An excellent choice. Another way to get your Turmeric? Turmeric powder can be added to so many types of food, from leveling up smoothies to slow-cooked curries. But it's a common misconception that all Turmeric powder is the same. Not so! That dusty yellowish stuff in the spice rack may bring some flavor to your dishes. But make sure you're getting the type that is easily digestible. What you want to look for is fermented Turmeric. Fermented Turmeric is consumed daily in Japan, and multiple Asian universities have published studies about this enriched form. New Chapter makes it easy to get the fermented Turmeric advantage. Our artisanal organic Turmeric booster powder is fermented with probiotics and formulated for absorption. We're talking Turmeric that goes beyond the spice rack, delivering health benefits like heart, brain, and healthy inflammation response. Learn more about our Fermented Turmeric Booster Powder. So fire up the grill and get ready for healthy eating with a recipe that adds the benefits of fermented Turmeric to the benefits of yummy Salmon. The savory elegance of wild, cooked salmon is perfectly balanced by a glazing of sweet maple syrup and the depth and strength of the Turmeric spice rub. How to Make Turmeric Infused Salmon Kebabs Wild Salmon gets boosted with a flavor- punch from Turmeric and friends. Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cook Time: 15 minutes | Serves: 2 people Ingredients: 1 tsp lemon juice 1 tsp neutral oil (such as grape seed or organic canola) 1 T maple syrup 2 servings (1 tsp) Fermented Turmeric Booster Powder ½ tsp ground cumin ½ tsp garlic powder ½ tsp paprika ½ tsp sea salt ½ tsp dill ¼ tsp black pepper 10-14 ounces Wild Alaskan Salmon filets, skinned and cut into 1-inch pieces Instructions: A little prep work: You can use metal or wood (bamboo) skewers for these kebabs. If using wood skewers, soak them in water for 30+ minutes before you start the grill. Whisk together lemon juice, oil, and maple syrup. Set aside. Mix together spices, set aside. Heat grill to 400˚ F. Assembly time: Next, drizzle salmon pieces with the maple syrup mixture. Turn to cover all sides. Then, sprinkle the spice rub over the salmon. Gently press it into each piece. Thread the salmon pieces on 2-4 skewers. And now we grill: Place skewers on the hot grill for about 7 minutes on one side. Turn each skewer and grill the other side for about 7 minutes. Remove from the grill. You're ready to serve! Do I Have to Grill My Salmon Kebabs? If you don't or can't grill, you can totally

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