I rarely eat fish, have some "albacore" tuna, Kirkland branded from Costco, haven't opened a can for maybe 6 months. Was thinking about it last week, tuna sandwiches.Just read about Oceana study in 2013. The are an ocean preservation think tank and did a research study on what species of fish is actually being sold.
I do a little calisthenics at home and have never belonged to a gym or felt comfortable, welcome there.
I have a very old fashioned pressure cooker, the thing has actual wooden handles! It's missing the top-cock, so I fashioned one from a large, long, heavy socket and some black rubber. Seems to keep enough pressure in there to cook stuff pretty quickly. It is aluminum, which I suppose is a concern, however I don't use it that much. I use it to make stew and sometimes cook beans.Insta-pot will being beans from dry to cooked in less than 2 hours!
I used to buy soybeans and make tempeh back around 1980. Got quite good at it. It's high complete protein and IIRC soy tempeh is the only good vegetarian source of B12. Indonesians are really into tempeh, particularly soybean tempeh. Making it in my kitchen was kind of a science project, but I've done much tougher projects in my kitchen. I developed a simple enough system that was efficient and reliable, based on info I got from a book I bought, The Book of Tempeh. I really recommend that book.
I'm eating a salad almost every day these days, pretty much the same one but I like it. A tablespoon or less of thousand island dressing on it, that I make myself from mayo, Heinz ketchup and sweet pickle relish, plus:I also used to have soya chunks salad during my weight loss days.