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From the Pollan family "Mostly Plants" cookbook.View the Recipe
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This just may be the perfect crowd-pleasing summer meal.
When zucchini and tomatoes are fresh at the farmers’ market, you’ll want to buy them up in bushels. That means you’ll have plenty to layer on top of your fresh fish and potatoes.
Then, it’ll all be steeped in Mediterranean flavors like garlic, olive oil, and thyme.
Not only will you impress everyone you’re cooking for with how delicious this is while sipping a crisp white wine al fresco, it’s also a perfect example of why the Mediterranean Diet is known for promoting health and longevity.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
One big reason to heart it: It’s really good for your heart. Cod and olive oil are both rich sources of omega-3s, fatty acids linked to lower risk of heart disease. And tomatoes contain lycopene, a phytonutrient also known to protect your most important muscle.
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