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Holy Week meal plan: Fish and veggie dishes that won’t make you suffer

Holy Week meal plan: Fish and veggie dishes that won’t make you suffer

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It can get pretty tough thinking of what or where to eat on fasting and abstinence days, since there’s really just a saturation of meat restaurants in the metro. And we have to admit, sometimes the usual fried fish or fish fillet sandwich can get bland and boring. But just because it’s Lent doesn’t mean we have to suffer through this fishy diet. After all, they did say in the Bible: “When you fast, do not look somber as the hypocrites do.”

So cheer up because here’s one week’s worth of healthy, Lent-appropriate dishes that are so good it might feel like sin. Or heaven.


Baked Apahap with Fennel and Lemon

Baked Mackerel


Kimchi Shirataki Noodles


Breaded Soft Shell Crabs with Sriracha Aioli

Mejillones Tigre


Hollandaise Variations: Blanched Asparagus with Fleurette Cream and Smoked Salmon Toast with Bavaroise Sauce



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