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Recipes » Salads

Late Summer Potato Green Bean Salad

With its delicious vinaigrette base, you won’t miss the mayo in this potato salad. This salad is nice and light compared to most potato salads, and it makes great use of veggies that are in season in the late summer.

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Rainbow Slaw

This slaw has it all: sweet, tart, crunch, a rainbow of veggies, and even crisp apples. It’s a great way to get several beneficial foods all in one place, and it will make your mouth very, very happy!

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Cauliflower Ceviche

Cauliflower is the perfect base for this plant-based ceviche! It is both nourishing and satisfying. Serve this dish as an appetizer or light lunch with toasted corn tortillas.

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Plant-Based Ceviche

Just because you eat plant-based doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this classic warm-weather favorite. You can easily customize this ceviche to your tastes and preferences.

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Bright Beet Salad

While we prefer watercress, this tasty slow-and-low-cooked dish can be combined with any type of raw, leafy greens. It’s not only a versatile salad; it’s also stunningly beautiful.

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Potato Meets Egg Salad

One day I had the idea to substitute cooked potato for the tofu in my original egg salad recipe. I loved the result! You can still use tofu if you prefer, or half of both (see tips).

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Sweet Potato and Black Bean Salad Bowl

Bowls are always a great idea, and so easy to put together. This one is made with roasted sweet potato, black beans, corn, spinach, a tomato and avocado salad, and a nice scoop of hummus. This bowl can be enjoyed as is or topped with your favorite dressing.

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Daily Green Salad

Nara’s guidelines for a great salad include two or more types of leafy greens mixed with fruit, seeds, nuts, and vegetables.

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Layered Summer Salad

This is the perfect salad to bring to a group dinner party or for a backyard summer get together. It looks beautiful and can be made ahead or stored in the fridge for several days before serving.

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