Healthier Bibimbap

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I wanted to make an even healthier version of (the already healthy) Korean style dish, bibimbap. I used brown rice because it is high in fiber. I threw in pieces of dried seaweed and cucumbers. Seaweed is very mineral rich, some of which includes calcium, copper, potassium, magnesium, and zinc. The cucumbers balances the meal with a cool touch since it’s mostly made up of water. The best part, of course, is the sunny side up egg that I cooked on a non-stick pan. Eggs are high in protein and having the yolk occasionally is fine. This dish is a mere 200-250 calories and tasted great without all the added fats and sauces!

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