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I’m always looking for ways to help my siblings develop a taste for things that they’ve never tried and then realize they enjoy it. Especially something that is healthy and made with fresh ingredients. The most pickiest of them all is the youngest one (my little brother). But I’ve gottenhim under my wing (bat wing that is ^,.,^) and have given the wonderful gift of wanting to try things! YAY!

I feel so proud, especially since I’m their last chance 9for my family in general) and having us enjoy good food again, with fresh ingredients and not this processed shit that is given/sold here and there in the grocery stores.

So todays lunch was an Oat Bran Pita “for two”. ❤ One made of tuna and the other of spicy manjo/jalapeño sausage with red bell peppers.

Tuna Pita:



  • 1 can of BUMBLE BEE Tuna, gold can (I’ll explain why)
  • 1 celery stalk
  • 1/2 of a small onion
  • Montignac Mayonnaise (montignac-mayonnaise/)
  • 1/2 tsp mustard


-Empty water from tuna. In a small bowl mix in to tuna, celery, onion, montignac mayonnaise, and mustard. Mix till well combined and add to one of the halves of the two loaves of oat bran pita bread stuffed with iceberg lettuce.

Spicy Pita:



  • 2 Havarti cheese slices
  • 2 Spicy Mango/Jalapeño sausages, cut in halves and then sliced to 1/2 in. pieces
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 5 sprigs of parsley, chopped fine
  • 2 scallion stalk, chopped fine


-oil skillet with a bit of olive oil and cook bell peppers and sausages till they gain a bit of colorization. Add in parsley and scallions. When sausage has been cooked through and when bell peppers have been sautèd, add havarti cheese slices at a time. It’ll melt slowly and will coat the whole lot of the sausage, pepper mix. Add to the last remaining halves of pita bread, plate nicely (if you want) and devour.

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