MealFit Essential Oil Safe Catch Tuna Salad

This Tuna Salad is made with the best tuna on the market. Every single fish is tested, the cans are hand packed, and there is no additives. The mercury levels are so low it’s safe for children and pregnant women. 

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Here is the Recipe:

Safest Tuna

Here is the Recipe:



2 tbsp olive oil

½ Red onion

1 Bunch of Asparagus (tops cut off)

1 tbsp Garlic minced

1 tbsp Salt and pepper mix

2 cans of Safe Catch Tuna

1 Basil Leaf


Homemade  Mayo:

1 egg

1 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar

1 C Olive oil

1 Drop Sweet Basil AMEO Essential Oil

1 Drop Oregano AMEO Essential Oil

1 tsp Salt and pepper mix


-Sauté  the onion’s, asparagus, and garlic in the olive oil until just tender.

-Add your salt and pepper mix to the pan about half way through.

-Add your drained tuna to a bowl

-Chop your basil leaf fine and add to the tuna

-Take your sautéed veggies and add them to your tuna.

Make your mayo:

-Add 1 egg and 1 tbsp to your blender.

-Slowly drizzle your olive oil in there .

-When olive oil is in there add your salt and pepper mix and spin the blender.

-Add your Sweet basil and Oregano essential oils and spin again. ( this stuff is freaking amazing.)

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Add the mayo to the tuna and mix good.

We topped it with cranberries and it was life changing.


We hope you and your family enjoy this dish as much as we do! Comment below to let us know!

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