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Wednesday
Jun292016

Curry Coleslaw

I have always loved fresh salads, but like my good friend Anika, I don’t always LOVE greens. I just never feel satisfied after eating them. Instead, I like salads with bold flavors, a little bit of crunch and a whole lot of chew. This curry salad is the perfect fit for that criteria. The flavors are bold, the crunch factor is definitely there, and it pairs perfectly with grilled fish, chicken or salmon.  It literally takes minutes to whip up and is dairy free and gluten-free.  Enjoy!

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Wednesday
Jun152016

Chunky Summer Salad

With summer into full swing, the rise in warmer temperatures often bring cravings for cooler foods.  And this chunky summer salad will not disappoint!  Loaded with ample veggies and fats, it’s super flavorful and will keep you full.  And – for all you lettuce haters out there, it sans that traditional salad ingredient and focuses solely on all the goodies usually found on top.  Enjoy!

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Friday
Mar252016

Life Cafe: Cobb Salad

Another secret salad recipe from the Life Café – super easy to assemble and full of in season produce and tasty fats.  With a little bit of chopping and prepping, the layering of different ingredients for a Cobb salad can be endless.  Below is our take on the best flavor and ingredient combination – but feel free to sub in a different cheese or vegetable to your preference. 

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Friday
Mar112016

Greek Olive Salad

Prep Time:  15 minutes

Yield:  1 Salad

A fan favorite from our Life Café, this salad is loaded with tasty veggies, high quality fats and can be served along with your favorite protein source.  Enjoy!

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Saturday
Feb062016

Super Mason Jar Salad

Prep Time:  20 minutes

Cook Time:  5 minutes

Yield:  4 Mason Jar Salads

Do you avoid salads because you hate lettuce? I hate lettuce. I really do. Spinach, iceberg, romaine, kale, whatever—I rarely use it in my salad making at home. I simply prepare and consume salads (while dining out) merely for the guts of it—the protein, the nuts/seeds, and the other vegetables.  

Mason jar salads are a huge hit for me and my clients. Not only are they easy to prep and pack but the combinations are endless—perfect for someone on the go who likes continued variety and perfect for those, like me, who really just enjoy the guts of a salad and no lettuce.  

 

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