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I love to mix things together that most people don't. Peppers, apples, broccoli, cheese. Salads allow me to work in delicious fruits and vegetables..and mix textures and different flavors. emoticon

- Submitted by NEED2DROP50 7/20/2010 in Cooking | 5 Comments
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NANCYLRAGS 1/14/2012 5:30:00 PM

    Makes for a much more interesting meal. Thanks!
STORMYZCAT 4/5/2011 10:34:00 PM

    I love fresh strawberries sliced on my salads! I love a salad but don't really enjoy all the prep work for all the veggies I like to add to my salads! emoticon
ECONLADY 10/24/2010 11:09:00 AM

    Very interesting. I rarely use salad dressing. It hides the taste of the veggies or other goodies on my salad.
DOTTYDRUID 7/26/2010 6:21:00 PM

    I love salads, and the more variety the better. If you like the unusual ,try exotic fruits:lychees, starfruit, persimmon etc.You can use fresh or dried fruit, nuts, pasta shapes, rice,anything you like in fact. You can also mix Hot and Cold so you have a variation in temperature too. If like me the dressing is your downfall,(Blue cheese...Yummy)and you dont like oil or vinaigrette,why not use a plain yogurt base for making it, or serve the salad with egg mayo, prawn mayo, waldorf salad etc as the main ingredient (all made with plain yogurt of course) and use that as the dressing too. emoticon
CYNDY_55 7/21/2010 12:50:00 AM


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