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Salads can be made simply and easily, without cooking, except perhaps for hard-boiling some eggs, which are a great source of nutrition in salads. We always have egg with a salad. they can eaten with fish (canned or fresh), cold meat, cheese, aor any combination of these.

The rest is the salad vegetables: Lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, spring onions (scallions), onions, pickles, and so on. Pick whatever suits you.

Generally speaking, salads made up of these ingredients contain little of no carb but, with the protein elements and their associated fats, can be very filling.

As run-of-the-mill salads are so easy, the salads featured on these pages are a little different.

You will find salad dressing recipes HERE

Salad recipes

Cobb Salad

Red Cabbage Salads

Chicory and Watercress Salad

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