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Ceviche might seem like one of those fancy appetizers you only get at a restaurant, but it’s about time that changed! Ceviche doesn’t require any cooking and it really prepares itself. Plus, it is SO tasty, fresh and full of nutrition. Ceviche is also super customizable, so you can try different ingredients and make it exactly the way you like it. Halibut is my all-time favorite fish option for ceviche but you can also use shrimp (although this would need to be cooked), sea bass, grouper, sole, flounder or any other semi-firm white fish.

This dish is a perfect option for Cinco De Mayo which is just around the corner, or it makes a wonderfully simple and fresh lunch or dinner for any occasion!

I love to serve my ceviche with Jackson’s Honest Coconut Oil Tortilla Chips, but if you prefer to keep it strict-paleo, you can go without the chips or find an acceptable low-carb and grain-free alternative.



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Course ceviche, dairy free, easy paleo recipe, grain free, halibut, health, health coach, jacksons honest, no cook, paleo recipe, primal


  • 1 lb halibut, de-boned and skin removed
  • ½  cup fresh lime juice
  • ½  cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1 avocado, cubed
  • 1 large tomato, seeds removed and chopped
  • ¼ cup red onion, chopped
  • ¼ cup jicama, chopped
  • ¼ cup fresh cilantro, finely chopped
  • 1 large jalapeño, seeds removed and finely chopped (keep the seeds if you want it to be spicy)finely ground sea salt, to taste
  • 1 bag Jackson's Honest Tortilla Chips for serving (optional)


  • Chop halibut into small cubes and place into a lidded container. Add fresh lemon and lime juice and allow fish to marinate in the fridge for about 4-6 hours.
  • Remove fish from the fridge and strain off the lemon and lime juice.
  • Chop all remaining ingredients except for the salt and avocado and mix well with the fish.
  • Once fully combined, add the avocado and gently combine being careful not to completely mash the avocado
  • Add a bit of sea salt, to taste.



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Anya Kaats

Hi! I’m Anya, a San Diego-based Holistic Health Coach and Marketing Consultant on a mission to share good food, health & happiness with as many people as possible. I am a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) and have worked in the natural & organic products industry for my entire professional career with companies such as Suja Juice, Brad’s Raw Foods, and Mamma Chia. While my life may be totally consumed with healthy food now, nutrition wasn’t always a passion of mine.

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