I love a sandwich here and there and quite frankly some bread can give a good healthy fiber to your diet, but be sure to pick a good quality product!
I did a homeade gluten free flax bread that I buy at my local spot with soppressata and salami, organic of course, with some fabulous veggies for health!
Start with your favorite bread and by the way, sometimes I do a nice gluten free french bread too!
I used a goat cheese infused with fig, you can use mozzarella or burrata, love it with the burrata!
Anyhow, spread your cheese on one side of your bread.
Then grab some arugula and place in a bowl and toss it with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and sea salt and pepper.
Arugula’s health benefits are so great (cancer protection, high in Vitamin K for heart bones and skin, major antioxidants, lots of Vitamin C and B and rich in Chlorophyll!)
Slice tomatoes and on a plate, soak them in olive oil, then sprinkle with onion powder and sea salt and pepper.
Slice radishes very thin. Radishes are a great way to add crunch and some serious health benefits! They treat cancer, aide in weight loss, improve cardiovascular system, control diabetes, protect kidneys, keeps you hydrated, lowers blood pressure and so much more!
After spreading your cheese, add your meats, arugula, radishes, and your yummy soaked tomatoes. Then, drizzle that olive oil on top of the other slice of bread (not much) so it doesn’t get soggy but enough to give that flavor and moisture!
Place the other slice of bread on top and slice in half!
You can add olives, sliced onion, anything you want. The key is to get that arugula and tomatoes. When I do onion, I slice those with tomatoes on the plate and drizzle the olive oil on them together. It brings a rustic and rich flavor to your sandwich!
It is your tummy, your mood, and your food but these are good ideas to build on!
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