OlÃ© brand low-carb, high fiber tortillas (2)
Turkey breast, 6 or 7 ounces. I use Kentucky Legend brand pre-cooked and cut it up. It would be acceptable to substitute cooked 98/2 ground beef, or cut or sliced chicken breast.
Organic guacamole and/or hummus, 2 tbsp total
Organic Del Monte spinach, 1 can (drained of water)
Organic fresh mini peppers, cut small. They’re optional but help the taste. Another option is diced bell peppers.
Publix brand (others would be fine) organic brown mustard, freely applied
Optional: a low-sugar pasta sauce with desired amount of fat calories from olive oil (different brands range from quite low in fat calories to lots.) Moderately applied, if used.
Optional: extra-virgin olive oil, anywhere from zero to 1 tbsp according to desired total fat calories
Optional: salt if the sodium content of the spinach is considered insufficient for the current moment.
Makes either one really big tortilla using the second one to cover gaps in the first, or ingredients can be divided to make two tortillas. No cooking required.
Other greens can be substituted for the spinach, but the spinach will have more alkalinizing effect.
It’s not that I eat only organic food, nothing like: this one just happens to have ingredients where most are economical, available, and tasty as organic.