Posts Tagged ‘greens’

12 Tips to Make Incredible Green Salads

Green Salads

Green Salads are much more than boring iceberg lettuce with carrot shavings and bottled dressing. There are so many wonderful possibilities for salads, sometimes we just need a little inspiration. Listed below are some tips and suggestions turning that ho-hum pile of greens shoved to the side of the plate into the main attraction. Green…

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Mixed Greens Tart – Fiber, Iron, and Antioxidants

Mixed Greens Tart

This Mixed Greens Tart is perfect for an appetizer or brunch and makes an ideal side dish for lunch or dinner. Leafy dark green vegetables are considered one of the most potent cancer-preventing foods. They are loaded with fiber, iron, and antioxidants, with no fat and minimal sodium. Use your favorite greens, or maybe a combination…

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Storing Greens – 5 Rules for Lettuce, Cabbage, Other Greens

storing greens

Storing greens, after we purchase or grow is something we’re never taught, and there’s nothing more disheartening than opening the produce drawer of your refrigerator to make a salad and find that your lettuce has turned to a soggy mess. Or maybe you’re craving a green smoothie, and the kale is nothing but a shriveled…

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Great Green Fruity Juice

carrot kale green juice

This Great Green Fruity Juice will kick-start your nutritional day. Great Green Fruity Juice Ingredients: 2 cups organic Beet Greens, Red Swiss Chard, Kale, Spinach or a combination, roughly chopped and packed into the measuring cup 1 Golden Delicious Apple 1/2 Comice Pear 10 Strawberries, green tops cut off 1 cup Coconut Water Juice or blend…

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