Purple Pickled Onions
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The Only Way To Meal Prep on a Humpday.
Prep time: 5 minutes, so you can get back to your nap
If you are posting chicken, broccoli, and rice meal prep photos on Taco Tuesday, whatever floats your boat. Just know my boat runs on guac and pickled onions, while my tacos sail into my mouth. These beloved tacos are gluten-free, full of benefits sans the grease laden norm, and a tasty alternative with a hard pass on boring. It's all about the details. Today it's all about prepping these purple gems for the healthy taco recipe to come next Tuesday!
1 Large Purple Onion
1 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
1 Tsp Black Lava Salt
1/4 Cup Coconut Sugar
1 Cup Warm Water
2 Tsp Pickling Seasoning
Slice your onion into thin slices
Dissolve Coconut Sugar, Black Lava Salt, into Warm Water.
Whisk in Apple Cider Vinegar and drop in onions!
Add 2 Tsp and shake. Allow to sit overnight. You are well on your way to Taco Tuesday!
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