Well guys, it doesn’t get much better than this dish for only 15 minutes spent in the kitchen and barely any clean up to do.
This is totally one of those dishes I just put together on the fly without putting much thought into it and it still turned out fabulous. In fact sometimes I feel like the less I think about it and the better it turns out. Which can easily be a representation of other things in my life as well: The less time I spend over-analyzing something (yes I do that) and the better the results. I would even go as far as saying the the more I over-analyse, the worse the results. It’s an interesting phenomenon I refer to as “analysis paralysis”. Anyone else familiar with that? It seems very counter productive doesn’t it? To solve this issue I have been trying to just do more and think less, and it seems to be working in my favor, most of the time.
Anyways that’s enough of that. Let’s talk about this tuna. Oh, my, gawd. This dish just made me happy. It was simple, clean and delicious. Annnnnd loaded with omegas (brain food) which I always feel smarter after eating. True story. Sounds silly? Ever noticed how stupid you feel after a carb overload? I have. It’s like a nutritional lobotomy, like all of a sudden you can’t think clearly and your brain is in this sugar fog. Which is less than an ideal situation to be in most of the time, so I’d rather load up on fats and vegetables. Sounds good?