Wash and cut all the veggies. Chop the lettuce and rice the broccoli and cauliflower in a food processor (if you don’t have one, you can also use a blender on “low”).
Thinly cut the figs, lemon and strawberry and break down the tuna in small chunks (season it, if you decide to go with the plain version).
Place the ingredients in a big glass jar like you see in the photos, creating fun layers of color, and transfer the mixture into plates when it’s time to eat.
Please note that his presentation is mostly visual and I definitely recommend it if you want to impress your guests or simply have the time to do it. For a quicker version of this autoimmune paleo tuna salad, simply mix all the ingredients in a bowl, mix well and enjoiy!