Spice Is The Variety Of Life

There has been the impression for some time that healthy food is tasteless, and boring. We all know a salad is better for us than a hamburger, but we tend to go for the burger because it's got more flavour – or so we think. But there is no justification for this misconception. Any food can become more interesting and appealing with the addition of a little spice...

People always seem keen to point out that although a grilled chicken breast contains less calories than fried chicken from a fast-food restaurant, it doesn't taste as good. And while that's just an opinion, the fact of the matter is that perceptions matter. But, if you marinate the chicken breast with herbs and spices, the flavour will change dramatically, and be much more enjoyable. 
Eating tuna salad sandwiches may get a little boring although tuna really isn't tasteless. But if you want to experiment, try adding a little seasoning when you make the tuna. There are so many different ways to spice it up without adding any calories. For example, adding paprika, pepper, chopped onions or pickles, cayenne pepper, etc. Even adding some chopped jalepeños can make it really interesting if you can handle the heat! And check out the bottled condiments on your grocery store shelves the next time you're shopping. They go way beyond steak sauce and ketchup. Try branching out and using piri-piri or teriaki sauce for a pleasant change. 
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