Enter tapenade. If you’re familiar only with the kind that comes in the small jar from the supermarket, you’re missing out. The time saved may seem to compensate for the less-than-ideal flavor, but you can make make a much better version at home in under 30 minutes. Here’s how:
There’s 1.4 mcg of vitamin K in 100 grams of olives, and the recipe calls for 2 cups (~360 grams). That’s ~5 mcg of vitamin K… Capers on the other hand contain 24.6 mcg of vitamin k per 100 grams.
Keeping in mind that the vitamin K dose is quoted on consuming all of the tapenade. I’m not judging… 😉
On a more serious note, I would not recommend eating tapenade before an INR test. If there’s a long enough interval between tests (1 month), then I’d suggest tapenade soon after getting tested so you have time for your INR level to recover in an effort to not have to adjust your medication dose.