• Post last modified:October 5, 2020
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Spring salad with spinach leavesAccording to statistics, over 70% of U.S. households make salads a regular part of their diet. The colorful freshness of summer vegetables is reason enough for a celebration. When you bring the delightful colors of summer to your table in the form of a crisp green salad decorated with a bountiful amount of colorful vegetables, you have even more reason to celebrate.

Salads are a fantastic, portable lunch item. You can quickly and easily put together a salad using an assortment of leftovers from the fridge. Salads in a jar are a unique idea. They are great for the workplace or for when you’re traveling. There are lots of recipes available online. The procedure is simple, put the dressing on the bottom and build your salad by placing the heaviest ingredients in first and the lightest items on top.

If you typically enjoy your salad for lunch or dinner, try something different and have a salad for breakfast. A baby kale, tomato, and poached egg salad would be a healthy, colorful and delicious way to start your day. A smoked salmon salad or salad featuring a variety of fresh fruit placed on top of spinach with a drizzle of lemon and a sprinkling of chia seeds would be a definite change from the boring breakfast rut.

Why don’t you try making a salad the main course? When doing so, you might want to try recipes such as Asian Chicken Salad, Salami and Cheese Picnic Salad, Grilled Pork Tenderloin Salad, A BLT salad or an Asian Tofu Salad. With summer here, you’ll find lots of fresh ingredients for your salads at Farmer’s Markets. Salad recipes are often flexible. This gives you an opportunity to try new fruits and vegetables and invent some new salad recipes of your own.