Why is poke so good?

Why is poke so good?


I’ve been eating ahi poke for years now, and it’s still one of my favorite foods. It’s healthy, delicious, and easy to make at home.

It’s healthy!

When you’re looking to get your protein in, just poke is a great option. It’s low in calories and fat, making it an ideal snack or meal replacement. The high vitamin and mineral content also means that poke can help you stay healthy by providing essential vitamins and minerals that are missing out on when you eat fast food or junk food (which tend to be high in sugar).

A poke bowl is basically a deconstructed sushi roll.

It’s essentially the same thing, except instead of rice and seaweed, it uses raw fish and greens. The ingredients are the same: sashimi (raw fish), soy sauce, and wasabi paste—but in this case it’s all packed into one dish.

It might sound complicated but poke bowls are actually easy to make! All you need are some fresh vegetables like collard greens or daikon radish; some kind of protein like tuna or salmon; and a few sauces like sriracha mayo (or whatever else you want).

The flavor possibilities are endless.

If you’re looking for a quick, delicious meal that can be customized to your preferences, poke is the way to go. With so many different bases and toppings available at your local grocery store or specialty market, there’s no reason not to take advantage of all the options!

  • If you want something lighter than rice but still flavorful enough to add some substance and texture (and maybe even some fat), try udon noodles as a base. Throw in some shrimp tempura or salmon sashimi—or both!—and top it off with a little bit of wasabi so that everyone knows what they’re getting into before digging in.
  • If all those carbs are making feel bloated after eating them too much by themselves, try substituting quinoa instead: Its nutty flavor will make any sushi roll taste better than ever before!

You get a little bit of everything from sweet to spicy to tangy.

Making a poke bowl is as simple as buying the ingredients and throwing them together. The most important thing to remember is that you want to make sure your fish isn’t too dry, so don’t overcook it. Poke bowls are also better when they’re served with rice or noodles, so if you’re not into eating sushi rice by itself (and who would be?), go ahead and add some kind of starch on top!

If you’d like something more complex than just tuna, try adding salmon or tofu into your poke bowl instead of tuna—these options will take your meal from tasty to lip-smacking delicious!

There is more than enough reason to eat poke every day.

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “poke is good for me, but why?”

The answer is simple: because it’s delicious.

And it’s also good for your body and your brain, which are two things we should all care about. In fact, there are so many benefits to eating poke that they all deserve a post of their own. But that’s not where I want to go today—today we’ll focus on one big reason why this Hawaiian staple deserves its rightful place in every home kitchen: it’s easy as hell!


Poke is not just a lunch or dinner option, it’s a lifestyle. Poke is the perfect way to eat when you want something that tastes good and feels comforting. If you can get yourself on the right track with these tips, then poke will become an addiction like no other! If we may be of any similar assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us (ajalijutt89@gmail.com).

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