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Salad Recipes

How to Build Any Salad Like a Boss

This DIY salad guide can help you build a perfectly balanced salad bowl every time. Start with a base of greens and add layers usi...
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Applebee's Caesar Salad Nutrition Information

Applebee’s is a casual dining restaurant offering a variety of menu choices, from pasta and burgers to chicken and steak. Al...
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Portillo's Chopped Salad Calories

Although salads are often low in carbohydrates and calories, the chopped salad at Portillo's contains considerable amounts of each...
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Egg Salad Nutritional Information

Whether for a school-lunch sandwich filling, a fancy picnic spread or on top of some greens, egg salad provides plenty of protein ...
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Spinach Salad Nutrition Information

A heaping helping of spinach not only provides a healthy dose of vitamin A and C, folate, iron and calcium, but may also boost you...
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How to Eat Mulberry Leaves in a Salad

Various cultures have relied on leaves from red and white mulberry trees for their medicinal properties. The American Diabetes Ass...
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How to Cut Romaine Hearts for a Salad

Romaine lettuce is an unusually versatile salad ingredient. It combines the dark color and nutritional value of leafy lettuces wit...
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8 Innovative Salad Recipes, No Lettuce Needed!

As healthy as they are, greens can be a drag. First off, lettuce gets boring. Then washing them, drying them, chopping them... Prepping just the greens can be a multistep process. Plus, have you ever skipped making a fresh salad because you didn’t have any greens on hand? Good news: There is life after lettuce, thanks to a mix of hearty seasonal veggies like zucchini, radishes and cherry tomatoes, a sprinkling of savory herbs and accents of juicy, sweet fruit. These eight recipes leave out the lettuce, but keep the flavor and nutrition intact.
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9 Colorful Summertime Salads for a Crowd

Move over, boring salads: It’s time to create modern takes on classics like potato salad, macaroni salad, coleslaw and more. These new, easy salads are perfect for picnics, cookouts and casual get-togethers. And they’re ideal for a crowd because each recipe makes at least eight servings. Double the recipes for a big party or you can halve them if you’re feeding just a few. They’re relatively quick to fix, with hands-on prep time for each recipe at 12 minutes or less and even better, most are vegetarian. But all nine are simple, scrumptious and colorful ways to boost your veggie intake!
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10 Warm Salads to Keep You Lean

We often opt for salads because “they’re good for us” -- they’re loaded with nutrients and, if done right, can help keep us lean -- but they can get a little ho-hum with the same old veggies and toppings. An easy way to make a fresh, crisp salad more interesting is to add a little heat (as in temperature)! Here are 10 warm, plant-based salads that are full of fiber and nutrition. Enjoy them as a side salad or double up the portion and make them a meal.
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