Tuna is boring only if you don't know what you're doing. Well, now you do.

We all get bored with different foods. Tuna is a clean diet staple that you’ve probably ruined for yourself a while back, simply draining a can and combining it with some mayo and eating it for days, weeks, or even months on end. Nothing wrong with that: It’s high-protein, easy, healthy, and low-carb. But when’s the last time you made yourself some tuna salad and were actually excited about it? The recipe for my tuna Provençal wraps adds tons of flavor, healthy fats, and extra protein with hard-boiled eggs. It’s a bit more work than the old mayo-and-tuna mix, but it’s well worth the effort. Follow this recipe once, and you’ve got lunch for the whole week.

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1  Red bell pepper, diced

6 oz.  Tomato juice

2 tbsp  Oregano

1 tbsp   Garlic, minced

1/4 cup  Honey

1  Shallot, chopped

1 1/2 cups  Extra virgin olive oil

Salt and pepper

24 oz.  White tuna in water

1/2 cup  Black olives, chopped

1/2 cup  Celery

2 tbsp  Chopped herbs (parsley, chives, tarragon)

Six 12-inch  Whole wheat tortillas

12  Leaves, Boston lettuce

1  Beefsteak tomato, sliced

1/2  Red onion, sliced

6  Eggs, boiled and chopped

1 cup  Roasted red peppers

6 oz.  White vinegar