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Salads

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Red-Leaf Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes

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Broccoli and Chickpea Salad

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Broccoli salad, Chickpeas, Lunch
I'm a huge fan of eating healthy, but if I don't have the right choices on hand, I often reach for, oh, I don't know -- cheese and salami (tasty but not exactly healthy). To combat that impulse, I keep a healthy option in my fridge. This recipe totally fits the bill; I would eat it for a snack, lunch, or even a light dinner. Bonus: It travels really well, so why not make it for your next potluck or picnic?
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Roasted Portobello Caprese Salad

It's been a while since I've cooked with portobellos, I'm not sure why exactly -- maybe I had one too many portobello burgers in the late ’80s. Whatever the reason, I think it's high time they made a comeback. Today I’m roasting them with sweet tomatoes and earthy garlic. Then I'll layer them with some fresh basil and creamy mozzarella into a super-satisfying salad. Check it out!
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Two-Bean Salad with Roasted Potatoes and Bacon

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Roasted Vegetable Salad with Lentils

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Lemon-Basil Shrimp with Shaved Zucchini Salad

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Shredded Cabbage and Salmon Salad

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Roasted Red Pepper Salad with Anchovy White Beans

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Anchovies, Roasting
This fresh spring salad delivers a fantastic flavor and is also great for you! Although we love our greens, in this salad they are more of an accent to the tender white beans and sweet, meaty roasted red peppers. The anchovies add a satisfyingly salty and savory zing and are packed full of omega-3 fatty acids. And, unlike other fish, anchovies are not over fished and are notably low in mercury and other toxins.
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Kale and Farro Salad with Feta

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Farro, Kale
This fresh and healthy salad recipe is anything but ordinary. The irresistible combination of dark and leafy kale with farro, a sturdy grain that has a light nutty taste, combined with rich and salty feta, is sure to become one of your quick and easy go-tos this summer. Farro is fairly new to American cooks, but Italians have been eating this ancient grain for more than 2,000 years. Farro is not wheat, but a plant and grain all its own. With a higher fiber and protein content than common wheat, farro is also especially rich in magnesium and B vitamins.
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Kale Salad with Chicken and Sweet Potato

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