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Recipes » Salads

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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Easy Buddha Bowl

Start by placing a bed of fresh colorful salad greens, like red romaine, baby spinach, baby kale, or radicchio, at the bottom of the bowl. Over that, add as many raw and/or steamed vegetables as you like. A variety of textures and flavors makes every bite more interesting.

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