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Pomegranate Apple Salad

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Pomegranate Apple Salad November 25, 2019 by Kasia Kines Category Recipes Salads This is a delightful, crunchy and light salad inspired by Dr. Ben Kim. It will complement the heavier meal brilliantly. Ingredients 1 medium to large pomegranate, seeded 1 apple, chopped 1 small handful of whole or halved walnuts 1-2 big handfuls of field greens […]

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Spring Green Pasta

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Spring has finally arrived, and with it come some spring and summer holidays and nice weather get-togethers, a perfect time for a flavorful and healthy-alternative pasta salad. This delicious pasta salad is a springtime favorite for many reasons. The artichokes and asparagus offer many health benefits and a healthy heaping of green, the color of […]

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Curry Coleslaw

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Coleslaw is defined as a salad that consists of raw sliced cabbage combined with other veggies and mayonnaise. It originates from the Netherlands, but it is now used in many European countries. In this article, we will describe the process of preparing curried coleslaw and we will also highlight some of the most important things […]

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Grated Carrot and Raw Beet Salad

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Some raw in diet is especially important in our Western diet, which is so devoid of nutrients and is over-processed and overcooked. And why would anyone cook a fruit. That is just a perfect raw food. Now, some raw foods are fabulous especially for cleansing and renewal, and I can’t think of a better vegetable […]

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Chickpea and Roasted Vegetable Salad

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Salads are great party foods and they are often easy to make and pretty to look at, not to mention nutrient-density!  The chickpea and roasted vegetable salad is a great example for a winter and/or party salad. Health benefits of eggplant Eggplants contribute to the specific, delicious taste of this roasted vegetable salad. Eggplant is […]

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Warm Radicchio Salad with Crushed Tomato Vinaigrette Recipe

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Radicchio is also called Italian or red chicory. It has crisp leaves, ideal for those who live a crunch, and a combination of sweet and bitter taste. Lactucopicrin (intybin), a sesquiterpene lactone, makes it bitter, and which is a potent antimalarial agent and has a sedative and analgesic (painkiller) effect. It has a reddish color, […]

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Creamy Basil Dressing

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Many people forget that instead buying salad dressings, they can create their own. In doing so you’re avoiding the notorious cheap omega 6 oils like “vegetable oil, safflower, sunflower, or soy oil…or the ever-present cheap canola oil. Preparing a dressing at home, like this creamy basil dressing is much healthier and tastier as well as […]

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Olive Pasta Salad

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A well-balanced and chilled pasta salad is an excellent addition to lunch.  I recommend brown rice pasta versus traditional flour/wheat pasta to avoid gluten for individuals dealing with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, or for anyone trying to lose some weight. Weight concern is also why we move pasta to lunch, the mid-day time when […]

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Green Salad with Poppyseed Dressing

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Green salad is frequently used as an appetizer and as a very healthy meal ingredient. What makes green salad a great option for many meals is the fact that this salad has only a few calories. Green Salad Health Benefits This nutrient-rich meal is packed with iron, calcium, B vitamins and potassium. It also has […]

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Asparagus and Mushroom Salad

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You can rarely find another food that has so low amount of calories and so many nutrients in it. 100 grams of asparagus contains only 17 calories. Nutritionists believe that besides maintaining healthy weight, asparagus can reduce cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure, improve the work of heart, provide diuretic effects and preserve bone health. Asparagus is […]

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