These versatile patties can be made into "breakfast" type patties or into burgers. The spices can be changed to mimic sausage, traditional croquettes, or burgers. It is always best for health's sake to use fresh fish, but canned works well in a pinch or if you need to rotate items in your pantry. These are soft-baked which is much easier to digest than fried versions. They contain no breadcrumbs, therefore they remain moist and juicy. There is never a need to destroy food value by frying a salmon patty.
HTETL Book 1, chapter 2, pg. 8: "Do not eat fried or hard baked foods, if you can avoid them. When it comes to meats, no fried chicken or steaks, nothing fried. Fried foods are hard on your digestive system and will cut short your life."
Cheese grits are a beloved dish in the black community. Yet, although some of us may have grown up eating them, grits are not in accordance with How to Eat to Live.
How to Eat to Live Book 2, chapter 26, page 96: "Do not eat popcorn; eat fresh corn in its milk stage (known as milk corn). And do not eat hominy grits."
Grits are very course. They are not the appropriate type of corn for us to eat. Fortunately, a suitable substitute is cream of wheat (also known as farina). Both are popular hot breakfast cereals, both can be eaten sweet or savory. When we know better, we do better.