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Fruit salads

The only thing better than eating ripe fresh fruit is combining them into fruit salad. Savory notes, such as dressings, toasted nuts, cheese, and herbs, make fruit salad a lovely side dish or starter to a complete meal. Sweetening fruit salad turns it into a delightful breakfast or dessert.

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This salad is bursting with vitamin C, and your body absorbs extra cold-fighting antioxidants from the combo of pink grapefruit, which also contains the phytochemical lycopene, and healthy fats like those found in cashews.

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They may not sound like a natural pairing, but mango and mozzarella, like tomatoes and mozzarella, work remarkably well together. Don't be intimidated by the cardamom syrup. It's easy to make and tastes great on the savory-sweet salad.

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