This time next week, I will be eating sugar bread, firm tofu, black beans, cheese and swigging back bourbon. Less than one week left in my Whole30 challenge. I do feel great now that I’m in the “tiger blood” phase of the challenge – feeling energetic and strong, mentally sharp, sleeping well, etc.
I’ll give you the full rundown when it’s all said and done but for now let’s briefly chat about this Whole30 compliant meal. This lemon roasted salmon and Brussels sprouts with prosciutto chips only takes one sheet pan and a frying pan. Crisp up thinly sliced at prosciutto on the same pan as foil-wrapped salmon. As your salmon and prosciutto are becoming their best selves, fry up halved Brussels sprouts with a splash of oil and sprinkle of salt until nicely golden brown.
The uniting element between the side and the main is a pop of freshness from lemon juice and freshly grated zest. The final product is a perfectly flaky salmon and toothsome Brussels sprouts. The prosciutto chips add a nice crunchy dimension.
Okay, you’re sold on it? Great. Make it, eat it, rate it below.
Here’s what I really want to talk about: the pressing need to add more dimensions to the “triad of sociopathy”. You’ve probably heard of it – it’s the theory that three behaviours in childhood are a good predictor of homicidal behaviour in adulthood. The three elements of the triad are:
This theory has been subject to some criticism for a number of different reasons but my primary concern is that there were a lot of dimensions left off the list.
Here are some other clear indicators of sociopathy that I think should be added to the DSM:
Have I missed anything? Chime in on the comments below with other suspect behaviours that need to be added
Store leftovers in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days.