On this episode, Jackie takes a look at what’s on your plate in Norway! Norwegians, for the most part, are a very healthy bunch – eating seafood up to three times a week and including veggies as a regular part of their diet. Typical Norwegian cuisine also includes open-faced sandwiches topped with seafood, meats and veggies. They also rely on a simple tool to get the most out of their fruits and veggies – the fruit scoop – which come in different sized shapes in order to scoop out the inside of virtually any sized fruit to make smaller portioned shapes perfect to complement any dish.
This stylish and simple tool makes getting the “best” stuff out of the fruit quick and easy to incorporate into any entree, dessert or salad!
On today’s recipe segment, Jackie and Inge show us how to make the typical open-faced style of Scandinavian sandwiches and uses the avocado scoop to add a source of healthy fat, as well as vitamins C, D, E and K.
Meet Jackie (Creator, Host):
Jackie Keller has dedicated her life to helping people improve their health and lives. On this segment, Jackie discusses Norwegian and Scandinavian styles of cooking and shows us how to use the fruit scoops.
Be sure to tune in Tuesdays for full episodes of Jackie’s show – Food Exposed – where she discusses the latest news in health and wellness; share recipes, tips & coaching advice as well as interview top guests in the health and fitness world!
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Meet Inge Ruch (Guest): Inge Ruch is a Munich-born citizen of the world.
Inge has spent the past 34 years living in six different countries with her great husband and two fabulous sons. She’s here for a short yearly visit from her magnificent, 120 year old home on the river Seine, just outside of Paris.