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  • Happy New Year! I hope you guys had a wonderful holiday and I’m happy to be back this week with a new What I Eat in a Day video that has all Whole30 recipes. I know many are doing a #januarywhole30 and while I’m not doing a full Whole30 this month, I’m doing a mini reset. If it’s your first time doing a Whole30 let me know below (and check out my website for a Whole30 shopping list, snack guide and more info). If you’re a Whole 30 veteran, tell everyone how many times you’ve done it and what your favorite Whole30 recipe is! Happy 2019 friends! xo Lisa

  • That shredding chicken trick is the best; if I would’ve seen it before it would’ve saved me a lot of time and effort when cooking. Btw I wish I could be as organized in my kitchen as you are.

  • So beautiful, thank you for sharing. I love to cook and I love how clean you are. Makes me feel I have my twin in the world��❤️����

  • Hey Im starting whole 30 next week and found this recipe super helpful! Thank you! �� Just a question is there a specific reason you don’t eat potatoes? Or was it just this day? I’m thinking they will be my saving grace throughout my whole30! �� xx

  • Hi Lisa….
    I know this video is from a while back….but I would like to comment on cleaning stainless steel pots and pans �� I totally agree how they are so much better than the nonstick….but the cleanup could be challenging. I also soak the pot or pan with a bit of dish liquid, but because I hate getting the food stuck in my scrubber sponge I use a sheet of paper towel and scrub all of the food off first and toss it….I then use the scrubber with a little more soap and/or scouring powder such as Bartender’s Friend, the pan comes out beautiful…..I also have had my SS pots and pans for years and even the bottoms look good ��

  • hey! a great tip to also get your pans clean after cooking eggs is to add some water and put it back on the stove that might still be hot and let the water remove the layer of egg from the bottom of the pan! works wonders and minimum effort! thank you for the great video and tips!!

  • Hi I was wondering how can you cook the chicken in chicken broth? how did you made the chicken broth before cooking the chicken..?

  • I can’t wait to try this, perhaps with some micro greens and some blue maize corn chips (which, ironically, are purple!) ��
    Quarantine has left me eating pasta with pesto for most lunchtimes, so thank you so much for this, it looks so wholesome and tasty!

  • I don’t know if this has been mentioned already but if you season the pan nothing will stick. Just preheat on med high and add oil. Heat until you can clearly see your reflection in the pan and you are done. Nothing will stick. Ta-da!

  • Hello. Today is my first day watching your videos or exploring your website. I’m very health conscious but haven’t tired whole 30. I’ve eaten vegan in the past, vegetarian, and mostly focus on plant based eating. I’m looking for something different as now in my mid-fifties, I’m finding it much harder to keep extra weight off and to stay energized. I have no idea what Whole30 is but now I”m intrigued!

  • This is completely unrealistic for someone who doesn’t stay at home. I wish I could eat like this. Unfortunately, I would have to quit my job to do so��

  • Your videos are really amazing, very valuable and very calm presentation. Perfect scheduling!!!Wish you all the best in your endeavors

  • I have to admit I’m loving the cauliflower hummas better than the transitional one. It’s much lighter and easier to digest. Thank you.

  • I love your channel and I am always excited when you upload a new video.
    I appreciate that you always provide options for special diets (like glutenor diary-free) but could you also provide some ideas for a healthy vegetarian option like how to swap the meat in your recipes?

  • Great prep ideas, thanks! Cast iron and stainless steel/all clad are all great for non stick BUT, you must use it right. Your eggs are sticking because you are moving them before your eggs are developing a ‘fond’. It’s a technique to learn. I use my cast iron and all clad stainless steel for making non stick omelettes. Make sure there is enough oil to cat the bottom of your stainless steel pan, and then pour in your eggs and LEAVE them. For at least 3 minutes on med heat until the bottom shows some brown. Fold over and give another n=minute or two and you are done! Thanks for the excellent video!

  • Te agradeceria que ha ser posible, subtitularas en español, me encantan tus videos, pero aunque intento seguir los ingredientes y el procedimiento, a veces me cuesta. Muchas gracias y saludos desde España.

  • Great tips! Thank you! Can I ask you what do you suggest for those people who suffer from IBS, to avoid bloating and pain? Because with raw food I find it hard to manage it, thank you!

  • Hi. can you make a video on your workout/jog routine.. i saw you on instagram.. love your clean eating wanna know your workout routine as well��

  • I guess Tasty ran out of recipes for Cream Cheeze now they are putting salt in every thing!! Btw…you can eat salads without salt in them. Smh…

  • Thank You @CorinaNielsen for these FABULOUS Keto Salad recipes!! They all look so YUMMY…we cannot wait to try them this coming week.:) BTW…we made your Lemon Vinagarette Dressing tonight and it was DELISH! Love your video!

  • I don’t know why your producer thought it would be funny to cut the guy off in the middle of him telling a story about his dad just so you could make one more forced G A R B A G E joke

  • I have been working from home and posture is really important for me. Something that has helped me is to put the laptop up on a container/storage bin, up on the table. Then using a wireless keyboard and wireless mouse in front on the table. That way you’re not looking downward. Good neck posture is so important. Just a tip from me:)

  • One of ingredient in cauliflower Hummus that I can’t understand what you said. Could you give it to me please? I know there was garlic, oil,, salt, pepper, lemon, ground cumin, water and….thanks

  • Omg where do you buy the same jar looking as simply organics but with the white/gray lid to have different spices such as i noticed the star anise, lemongrass, taco seasoning etc

  • I’ve been making homemade taco salad for a long time. It’s awesome! When I tell my friends I had taco salad for lunch, they always assume it’s the tortilla bowl, fake cheese laden glop. They couldn’t be further from the truth. My favorite add-in is part of a tin of organic tri beans a combination of red kidney beans, black beans, and pinto beans.

  • I love the way you integrate homemade sauces and salsas in your recipes… great work…. your recipes are not only delicious but also healthy… thanks for your efforts… I’d definitely try this taco salad. ��

  • I grow greens in pots on my back deck. I sauté onions in olive oil, then add Swiss Chard, kale, collards and any other greens I have (except lettuces), cook down and then add eggs and scramble. I have even added sliced okra from my garden. Delicious and healthy!

  • Your videos are really amazing, very valuable and very calm presentation. Perfect scheduling!!!Wish you all the best in your endeavors

  • Amazing recipe, instructions and delicious! I made enough salad dressing to have this salad many times over, and keep coming back to it. Best Asian flavoured salad dressing I’ve ever eaten!!

  • I love that salsa! And storing a taco seasoning jar is such a great idea. I also just posted a mango & avocado salsa that I love to have as an appetizer with tortilla chips or pita bread. The weather is calling for fresh recipes now! Thanks for sharing:)

  • I’m hoping that this a going to replace my sadly missed Sweet Chilli Salad from Wagamama. It’s been a year without it & I’m still pining for it ������

  • Hi. can you make a video on your workout/jog routine.. i saw you on instagram.. love your clean eating wanna know your workout routine as well��

  • Zanzibar pizza is like to say. Look at that giraffe. Ok now cut her neck. Her horns and make her looks like a dog. Ok it’s a dog. No ahahhahahah it’s a giraffe anyway. Pizza is pizza. Zanzibar pizza is another thing. But certainly is not a pizza

  • This is completely unrealistic for someone who doesn’t stay at home. I wish I could eat like this. Unfortunately, I would have to quit my job to do so��

  • For vegetarians like me, just replace Chicken with Soya Sticks(commonly known as Soya Chaap in India), and yes it’s texture is exactly as that of chicken

  • I Denmark you can literally only buy boneless chicken thighs (with or without skin) from a couple of restaurant suppliers and you can only do so with a business registration number.
    So no boneless chicken thighs for me unless I break down and break them down myself.

  • Awesome idea for lunch mate. I’m a construction worker in Southampton. I’m never happy with the typical sandwich lunch box. A huge game changer!!! More ideas like this one����

  • I love those recipes, I’m trying to eat healthy and I will try them. Especially the chicken and broccoli. I just subscribed. Thank you dearly.

  • Bonjour! Votre chaîne est merveilleuse��. Je me pose une question �� à propos de vos céleris en bocaux, pourriez-vous m’indiquer dans quoi ils trempent et combien de temps vous pouvez les garder ainsi? Merci beaucoup ��

  • I am doing this dish for the 2nd time since you posted this video!! the salsa has become a staple in our home! Every recipe I’ve made from your videos becomes a hit in my home!! Thank you for sharing all the yummy recipes!!

  • Did you cook the beans before eating? Are canned beans ready to eat without cooking? I don’t know if this is a dumb question but, I genuinely don’t know as I’ve always cooked them. Please advise.

  • Omg where do you buy the same jar looking as simply organics but with the white/gray lid to have different spices such as i noticed the star anise, lemongrass, taco seasoning etc

  • Love this!! How do you keep cilantro fresh…i just cant seem to get it to last more than a day or two and I only do once a week.

  • Some good stuff here! Taco salad & seasoning yum! The green smoothy from another posting is so good too I stay full! Take care there dear����

  • I love the way you integrate homemade sauces and salsas in your recipes… great work…. your recipes are not only delicious but also healthy… thanks for your efforts… I’d definitely try this taco salad. ��

  • I’ve just been diagnosed with fatty liver, and have had to drastically change my diet. It’s getting easier now, and your channel is such a breath of fresh air. Just about any recipe you make, I can have! Otherwise you suggest substitutes, which is also so helpful. Well done, thank you for making this channel. X

  • SoCal/Baja fusion food is my fav bc it’s always fresh and health concious I miss going back and forth from the border before Covid ��

  • I’m so going to make the honey mustard chicken salad when it gets warmer out. I’m about to check out the app after this video on what to make tomorrow for a cold day. Might do broccoli cheddar soup again.

  • As I have been watching your amazing, easy, and minimalized presentations, I have to admit your white serving sets have just not gone unnoticed. What brand would they be?

  • Te agradeceria que ha ser posible, subtitularas en español, me encantan tus videos, pero aunque intento seguir los ingredientes y el procedimiento, a veces me cuesta. Muchas gracias y saludos desde España.

  • The thing about the Zanzibar pizza is… why call it pizza? It’s not a pizza. It deserves its own name, like the countless other topped flatbreads that exist around the world.

  • I try to make the salsa sauce, since I don’t have lime.. I used my homemade lemon vinegar and it also turns into amazing taste. It’s even better a day after I made it. Thank you Lisa, for this recipe and congratulation for your gold play button! Keep inspiring us ����

  • Just curious Lisa. Do you recommend using a juicer? What brand. Also, I have a Ninja blender, how does that compare to the Vitamix?

  • Love this!! How do you keep cilantro fresh…i just cant seem to get it to last more than a day or two and I only do once a week.

  • I love that salsa! And storing a taco seasoning jar is such a great idea. I also just posted a mango & avocado salsa that I love to have as an appetizer with tortilla chips or pita bread. The weather is calling for fresh recipes now! Thanks for sharing:)

  • Hi Lisa, could you please make some freezer meals. They come in so handy when you are super busy and they are alway the healthier option. Thank you so much!

  • I love homemade taco seasoning thank you for a great recipe for that! I am going to mix it into some mayonnaise and use it as a salad dressing on this fabulous salad.

  • You could let it soak but I rather put soap and water then boil and the foods and burnt stuff lift off.
    Trust me it’s my experience.

  • Hmm, maybe I should make some taco seasoning, I usually just dump all those spices into my taco meat while I’m cooking it, might save some time if I just had a jar full of all the spices already mixed together.

  • This was tonight’s dinner! The salsa is so very good. The taco seasoning I will use again. I added corn, because I like corn. Thank you for sharing your recipe. The salad was very good!

  • Looks wonderful! Cilantro is one of my favorite herbs of all time, so I can’t wait to try it! I have just found you recently, and I am so grateful that I did, because you make life so much easier as regards meals, so many thanks for everything:))))

  • I am told by my German friends that although the jars made famous in Germany by the German name spelled, “Weck”, it is actually pronounced “VECK”.

  • As I have been watching your amazing, easy, and minimalized presentations, I have to admit your white serving sets have just not gone unnoticed. What brand would they be?

  • I love taco salad. At home it’s always been a “leftover” recipe. But what I really love is how you explain and makes things so easy! Thanks!!!

  • We love taco salad it’s a staple in our house. We also like to add shredded or diced zucchini, pinto beans, salsa verde, greek yogurt, feta…the list goes on. Very versatile.

  • I just love seeing you and watching your videos. I always feel motivated and positive after watching you.
    I’m still praying to own a Vitamix one day.
    May God keep blessing you.

  • I have been working from home and posture is really important for me. Something that has helped me is to put the laptop up on a container/storage bin, up on the table. Then using a wireless keyboard and wireless mouse in front on the table. That way you’re not looking downward. Good neck posture is so important. Just a tip from me:)

  • Homemade salsa using kitchen staples and a food processor? I think you’ve just changed my life. I’m making it this weekend (and probably forever after that). Taco night will never be the same again! Thank you!!!

  • Thank you for sharing this perfect recipe, so helpful for keeping a healthy diet in summer! I just started my channel, welcome to have a look at my videos:D!

  • Love these!!! Thank you ❤️ I literally just bought the last salad jars an amazon ��. I was going to get one for my friend and myself, but I’ll just get mine when they’re available again. This was an awesome video ��

  • As a vegetarian this shook me to my core, y’all put meat in everything don’t you ain’t nothing safe�� and take them damn peels off. He fucked up within the first 2 mins absolutely not.

  • Star Gazer pie exited since at least around middle ages and it was once of those popular Tudor foods that King Henry 8th often had on his table.

  • If you get your pan hot enough that 1tsp of water beads, instead of evaporates, then add some oil to the pan (I use coconut oil) the eggs won’t stick.

  • zanzibar pizza seems almost like malaysian street food, murtabak. idk the origin, jz saying it’s something u got everywhere in malaysia
    edit: somewhere

  • Zanzibar pizza is like to say. Look at that giraffe. Ok now cut her neck. Her horns and make her looks like a dog. Ok it’s a dog. No ahahhahahah it’s a giraffe anyway. Pizza is pizza. Zanzibar pizza is another thing. But certainly is not a pizza

  • Your wood chopping block is wonderful. Do you only use it for your veggies or meat as well? How do you clean it? I need to purchase a new one is it a particular brand?

  • inspired me to make my own pickle pie. crust, chunks of fried chicken, grated white american mixed with a little mayo and lots of dill pickle round slices. bake and its like a chicken sandwich in pie form. liking this channel. great stuff

  • I was kind of upset when the garbage plate narrator just brushed off the story of the owner’s father feeding the hungry. I actually wanted to know more about their backstory:(

  • Aw gawd heccin quarantine I want to try everything and especially want to try the pickle pie I dont really like pickles but the pie can probably change my mind xd

  • This salad recipe looks really delicious. I love this salad recipe. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Also here i have a special potato salad recipe. Check out the recipe here:
    https://www.foodybud.com/vegan-potato-salad-•-the-healthy-foodie/

  • The granny’s pie is just wholesome in all point of view imagine a sweet loving granny would make a pie for you kinda love those as a kid

  • The Zanzibar pizza is more like Zanzibar pie because it has fillings not toppings. It actually seems more like the Turkish Gözleme which is technically a pie (A pie is just a pastry that has meat or fruit filling and has a pastry base and top).

  • Is no one going to comment on the fact the lettuce doesn’t get washed…Gordon Ramsay rule number one, you never use Roman lettuce cut up this way because all the dirt accumulates by the stump

  • Loving the recipe, loving the music, feels like I have just walked into a jolly good pub with a mad chef creating amazing ideas behind the scenes!

  • One of ingredient in cauliflower Hummus that I can’t understand what you said. Could you give it to me please? I know there was garlic, oil,, salt, pepper, lemon, ground cumin, water and….thanks

  • “yOu’lL AcTuAlLy wAnT To eAt” hey man i fucking love salad and always will, not my fault you basic bitches think greek and caesar are the only ones that exist

  • I hope you don’t mind too much, but I shared your salsa recipe on FB. It’s so wonderful and you’re right. I’ll probably never buy the store’s salsas anymore. Even my husband loves it and normally, he won’t eat the salsas I used to bring home from the grocery stores, just the ones at the restaurants. Thank you so much for this.

  • I would say the last one is the filling one. The others are simple salads with protein in which you’ll be hungry in a couple of hours afterwards; so, not so filling.

  • Hi guys! Have fun with this salad and customize it to your dietary needs. I have several tips for making it paleo, keto, vegan, and dairy-free on the blog post linked in the description. What would you tweak on this recipe? xo Lisa

  • What we think even if it’s salad doesn’t means it’s healthy.

    Tasty Don’t worry it says Salad and salad means healthy. Go for it.

  • I was the chef and Tasty producer who made the salmon salad at the end! isn’t it beautiful! trust me it was SO delicious you all have to make it! <3

  • Bonjour! Votre chaîne est merveilleuse��. Je me pose une question �� à propos de vos céleris en bocaux, pourriez-vous m’indiquer dans quoi ils trempent et combien de temps vous pouvez les garder ainsi? Merci beaucoup ��

  • Nice ideas my friend and good music for this video!!!! I love it!!!! And tasty salads!!! Thanks a lot!!! Hello from PARIS!!! ����������������������

  • Hi guys this channel is one of my biggest inspiration although I do this really gorgeous recipes with a huge twist because I am a vegetarian, hope I can reach this quality of image and presentation, you can follow my progress in my fairly new channel here https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCuw_GbdPLGr0ut4yNPaVt5w?sub_confirmation=1

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  • Instead of adding hot sauce adding horseradish is also delicious n does the same thing: D
    Not pushin it with the mustard, that’s how I’ve always made itif anything can go sweet n savory with stone ground honey dijon would be different but maybe good

  • No miracle whip, that’s disgusting. No hot sauce, that’s not something everyone likes. We’ve always diced the onion very fine but I guess grating would be easier. Also why the fancy mustard? Regular old yellow mustard worked just fine growing up poor as hell. We also only used the dill relish and no chive cause chives are expensive but everything else I think is spot on perfect.

  • I never use Yukon, the texture it too soft. I stick with Eastern, more firm. No skin on mine either unless it’s red potato salad and yes i use carrots for color they’re chopped in a food processor and My Grand Ma sure did use carrots she was from Georgia! Celery is so finely chopped you won’t even know it’s in there. All that other stuff you mention is a no no and I use red pepper, green is too bitter. I’m definitely going to try yours with that chicken bouillon. Thanks for the recipe! Oh and one more thing, you’re the first video I’ve seen using miracle whip. So many people always bashing it. You and I know it’s the bomb!!

  • Looks wonderful! Cilantro is one of my favorite herbs of all time, so I can’t wait to try it! I have just found you recently, and I am so grateful that I did, because you make life so much easier as regards meals, so many thanks for everything:))))

  • I don’t know why your producer thought it would be funny to cut the guy off in the middle of him telling a story about his dad just so you could make one more forced G A R B A G E joke

  • My granny’s potato salad is very similar to yours! Except with the eggs. She cuts them up like you did and mixes them and then on the top she takes a dozen eggs and cuts them up in slices and puts them on top. It’s the best!

  • My Mac and don’t have any flavor even though I load it up with cheese. How do I make a good southern style bake Mac and cheese ��.

  • SoCal/Baja fusion food is my fav bc it’s always fresh and health concious I miss going back and forth from the border before Covid ��

  • I appreciate the effort, but if this is representative of black people’s potato salad, then their potato salad is a tad bland for me.

  • Happy New Year! I hope you guys had a wonderful holiday and I’m happy to be back this week with a new What I Eat in a Day video that has all Whole30 recipes. I know many are doing a #januarywhole30 and while I’m not doing a full Whole30 this month, I’m doing a mini reset. If it’s your first time doing a Whole30 let me know below (and check out my website for a Whole30 shopping list, snack guide and more info). If you’re a Whole 30 veteran, tell everyone how many times you’ve done it and what your favorite Whole30 recipe is! Happy 2019 friends! xo Lisa

  • My Newfoundland granny taught my mum, my aunts & I, to peel the potatoes, cut them into bite size pieces first then boil them to fork tender. Drain when it’s done, chill in the fridge the night before or the morning of. She used mayo, sweet onion, green Granny Smith apple, Heinz mustard.

  • The Zanzibar pizza is more like Zanzibar pie because it has fillings not toppings. It actually seems more like the Turkish Gözleme which is technically a pie (A pie is just a pastry that has meat or fruit filling and has a pastry base and top).

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  • umm im sure its good but we never use miracle whip and we peel the potatoes. ive had it with stone ground mustard b4 but prefer yellow. hiwever im always down for something different. that miracle whip tho…i dont know. we use Dukes…

  • I tried your recipe almost exactly the way you did it, and it was delicious. I had food for days. Yes! My mom really likes ��potato salad�� so I gave her some. She ate it, smiled, and said, “Did you put seasoning in this? ” She knew I did! I said how dare you?! Then days later she was asking if any potato�� salad�� was left. �� I knew I did well.

  • Jesus didn’t hang on the cross for theee days for you to put MIRACLE WHIP in potatoe salad!!!!
    And peel them dam potatoes don’t be lazy…. remember, it ain’t for you it’s for everybody ��������‍♀️

  • Well done, but I don’t use hot sauce or relish. (And don’t put relish in the tuna salad! That’s not for you, that’s for everybody!) And we always had to arrange a few slices of hard boiled egg on top before the paprika.

  • That shredding chicken trick is the best; if I would’ve seen it before it would’ve saved me a lot of time and effort when cooking. Btw I wish I could be as organized in my kitchen as you are.

  • Great prep ideas, thanks! Cast iron and stainless steel/all clad are all great for non stick BUT, you must use it right. Your eggs are sticking because you are moving them before your eggs are developing a ‘fond’. It’s a technique to learn. I use my cast iron and all clad stainless steel for making non stick omelettes. Make sure there is enough oil to cat the bottom of your stainless steel pan, and then pour in your eggs and LEAVE them. For at least 3 minutes on med heat until the bottom shows some brown. Fold over and give another n=minute or two and you are done! Thanks for the excellent video!

  • I grow greens in pots on my back deck. I sauté onions in olive oil, then add Swiss Chard, kale, collards and any other greens I have (except lettuces), cook down and then add eggs and scramble. I have even added sliced okra from my garden. Delicious and healthy!

  • Did you cook the beans before eating? Are canned beans ready to eat without cooking? I don’t know if this is a dumb question but, I genuinely don’t know as I’ve always cooked them. Please advise.

  • hey! a great tip to also get your pans clean after cooking eggs is to add some water and put it back on the stove that might still be hot and let the water remove the layer of egg from the bottom of the pan! works wonders and minimum effort! thank you for the great video and tips!!

  • Hi I was wondering how can you cook the chicken in chicken broth? how did you made the chicken broth before cooking the chicken..?

  • You could let it soak but I rather put soap and water then boil and the foods and burnt stuff lift off.
    Trust me it’s my experience.

  • I don’t know if this has been mentioned already but if you season the pan nothing will stick. Just preheat on med high and add oil. Heat until you can clearly see your reflection in the pan and you are done. Nothing will stick. Ta-da!

  • Hello. Today is my first day watching your videos or exploring your website. I’m very health conscious but haven’t tired whole 30. I’ve eaten vegan in the past, vegetarian, and mostly focus on plant based eating. I’m looking for something different as now in my mid-fifties, I’m finding it much harder to keep extra weight off and to stay energized. I have no idea what Whole30 is but now I”m intrigued!

  • I used to watch your channel like a few years ago, and I recently got back into cooking and you were like the first channel I thought. So glad I remembered your username and so glad you are still doing videos! Love your recipes and please don’t stop!!

  • If you get your pan hot enough that 1tsp of water beads, instead of evaporates, then add some oil to the pan (I use coconut oil) the eggs won’t stick.

  • Hi Lisa….
    I know this video is from a while back….but I would like to comment on cleaning stainless steel pots and pans �� I totally agree how they are so much better than the nonstick….but the cleanup could be challenging. I also soak the pot or pan with a bit of dish liquid, but because I hate getting the food stuck in my scrubber sponge I use a sheet of paper towel and scrub all of the food off first and toss it….I then use the scrubber with a little more soap and/or scouring powder such as Bartender’s Friend, the pan comes out beautiful…..I also have had my SS pots and pans for years and even the bottoms look good ��

  • I’m trying to eat a healthy low sugar diet and I’m cooking some of doctor Michael Moseleys meals in the 8-week blood sugar diet to lose weight fast & reprogramme your body. I found your Chanel by mistake but I’m so happy I found it all the same. ������

  • So beautiful, thank you for sharing. I love to cook and I love how clean you are. Makes me feel I have my twin in the world��❤️����

  • Great tips! Thank you! Can I ask you what do you suggest for those people who suffer from IBS, to avoid bloating and pain? Because with raw food I find it hard to manage it, thank you!

  • we don’t use canned tomates in Mexico, the deep flavor comes from grilling the Chile, onions and tomatoes before chopping them and after they’re together. And a spoonful of vinegar will help you keep your salsa fresh!

  • Your wood chopping block is wonderful. Do you only use it for your veggies or meat as well? How do you clean it? I need to purchase a new one is it a particular brand?

  • I love those recipes, I’m trying to eat healthy and I will try them. Especially the chicken and broccoli. I just subscribed. Thank you dearly.

  • Hi Lisa, could you please make some freezer meals. They come in so handy when you are super busy and they are alway the healthier option. Thank you so much!

  • How come sardines are considered the most crazy ever to figure on the garbage menu? It appears to be the only reasonably wholesome ingredient apart from the seaweed..

  • I’m trying to eat a healthy low sugar diet and I’m cooking some of doctor Michael Moseleys meals in the 8-week blood sugar diet to lose weight fast & reprogramme your body. I found your Chanel by mistake but I’m so happy I found it all the same. ������

  • Everything looks pretty good except that I don’t like salad dressing and I don’t like tomatoes and basically all of them had that but without those things it would probably be better for me

  • I recognised Yoga with Adrienne as soon as I saw her on the TV! I do yoga with Adrienne every morning, I love her! I’m just about to start my second whole 30 and have just written down celery and almond butter on my shopping list! Thanks for the great content and the snack I ideas, your channel is amazing and beautifully presented:) <3

  • I’m working to be healthy you’ve helped me a lot what with healthy recipes smoothies soups have watched a few videos of yours liked them and subscribed to you good luck to me and good luck to you and everyone else out there with your lives

  • i mean the salad it self isn’t bad but when you add all those topings and oils it pretty much takes away the whole salad feeling of being an healthy dish.

  • Hey Im starting whole 30 next week and found this recipe super helpful! Thank you! �� Just a question is there a specific reason you don’t eat potatoes? Or was it just this day? I’m thinking they will be my saving grace throughout my whole30! �� xx

  • This salad recipe looks really delicious. I love this salad recipe. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Also here i have a special potato salad recipe. Check out the recipe here:
    https://www.foodybud.com/vegan-potato-salad-•-the-healthy-foodie/

  • I’m working to be healthy you’ve helped me a lot what with healthy recipes smoothies soups have watched a few videos of yours liked them and subscribed to you good luck to me and good luck to you and everyone else out there with your lives

  • I make a salad similar soy sauce chicken salad, and also add coleslaw. the sauce from the two complement each other so well. I highly recommend

  • I’m hoping that this a going to replace my sadly missed Sweet Chilli Salad from Wagamama. It’s been a year without it & I’m still pining for it ������

  • I made this and it was excellent. The soy, vinegar, 5 spice combo gives really great flavour. I’m going to try the same method but change up the spice for a change of pace next time. Also, I added some fresh ginger to mine. Delicious!

  • I gave it a go and have to say that this chicken and salad dressing is super tasty! It is also super easy to make. It is fresh and rich in flavour. My husband and I loved it!

  • I used to watch your channel like a few years ago, and I recently got back into cooking and you were like the first channel I thought. So glad I remembered your username and so glad you are still doing videos! Love your recipes and please don’t stop!!

  • Just curious Lisa. Do you recommend using a juicer? What brand. Also, I have a Ninja blender, how does that compare to the Vitamix?

  • I Denmark you can literally only buy boneless chicken thighs (with or without skin) from a couple of restaurant suppliers and you can only do so with a business registration number.
    So no boneless chicken thighs for me unless I break down and break them down myself.

  • I was kind of upset when the garbage plate narrator just brushed off the story of the owner’s father feeding the hungry. I actually wanted to know more about their backstory:(

  • Hell yeah. I love doing half miracle whip and regular mayo on my chicken salad.
    All miracle whip is too sweet and all mayo is too greasy.

  • Star Gazer pie exited since at least around middle ages and it was once of those popular Tudor foods that King Henry 8th often had on his table.

  • How come sardines are considered the most crazy ever to figure on the garbage menu? It appears to be the only reasonably wholesome ingredient apart from the seaweed..

  • zanzibar pizza seems almost like malaysian street food, murtabak. idk the origin, jz saying it’s something u got everywhere in malaysia
    edit: somewhere

  • I love taco salad. At home it’s always been a “leftover” recipe. But what I really love is how you explain and makes things so easy! Thanks!!!

  • The thing about the Zanzibar pizza is… why call it pizza? It’s not a pizza. It deserves its own name, like the countless other topped flatbreads that exist around the world.

  • inspired me to make my own pickle pie. crust, chunks of fried chicken, grated white american mixed with a little mayo and lots of dill pickle round slices. bake and its like a chicken sandwich in pie form. liking this channel. great stuff

  • Awesome idea for lunch mate. I’m a construction worker in Southampton. I’m never happy with the typical sandwich lunch box. A huge game changer!!! More ideas like this one����

  • Aw gawd heccin quarantine I want to try everything and especially want to try the pickle pie I dont really like pickles but the pie can probably change my mind xd

  • Really liked the recipe, but best of all is the presenter. He is very appealing, charming style, good interesting communicator. Jermain I will watch out for your videos. I like tuna macaroni salad or seafood macaroni salad at a picnic.

  • The granny’s pie is just wholesome in all point of view imagine a sweet loving granny would make a pie for you kinda love those as a kid

  • I made this and it was excellent. The soy, vinegar, 5 spice combo gives really great flavour. I’m going to try the same method but change up the spice for a change of pace next time. Also, I added some fresh ginger to mine. Delicious!

  • Hi guys! Have fun with this salad and customize it to your dietary needs. I have several tips for making it paleo, keto, vegan, and dairy-free on the blog post linked in the description. What would you tweak on this recipe? xo Lisa

  • I gave it a go and have to say that this chicken and salad dressing is super tasty! It is also super easy to make. It is fresh and rich in flavour. My husband and I loved it!

  • I am doing this dish for the 2nd time since you posted this video!! the salsa has become a staple in our home! Every recipe I’ve made from your videos becomes a hit in my home!! Thank you for sharing all the yummy recipes!!

  • I recognised Yoga with Adrienne as soon as I saw her on the TV! I do yoga with Adrienne every morning, I love her! I’m just about to start my second whole 30 and have just written down celery and almond butter on my shopping list! Thanks for the great content and the snack I ideas, your channel is amazing and beautifully presented:) <3

  • I try to make the salsa sauce, since I don’t have lime.. I used my homemade lemon vinegar and it also turns into amazing taste. It’s even better a day after I made it. Thank you Lisa, for this recipe and congratulation for your gold play button! Keep inspiring us ����

  • Amazing recipe, instructions and delicious! I made enough salad dressing to have this salad many times over, and keep coming back to it. Best Asian flavoured salad dressing I’ve ever eaten!!

  • Some good stuff here! Taco salad & seasoning yum! The green smoothy from another posting is so good too I stay full! Take care there dear����

  • I was going to watch this video but I’m not black, within the first 8 seconds of the video you made your point. Sad world we live in

  • I’ve just been diagnosed with fatty liver, and have had to drastically change my diet. It’s getting easier now, and your channel is such a breath of fresh air. Just about any recipe you make, I can have! Otherwise you suggest substitutes, which is also so helpful. Well done, thank you for making this channel. X

  • No offense but I use apples in my potato salad my Puerto Rican family has been doing it for generations. It’s gives it a little sweetness and crunch. And yes garlic powder in everything. Always make two bowls one with apples one without. Everyone’s satisfied.

  • I hope you don’t mind too much, but I shared your salsa recipe on FB. It’s so wonderful and you’re right. I’ll probably never buy the store’s salsas anymore. Even my husband loves it and normally, he won’t eat the salsas I used to bring home from the grocery stores, just the ones at the restaurants. Thank you so much for this.

  • where do you get beautiful avocados like that?,here its cheap brown little avocados from mexico,in quebec canada.I am trying to find a way to get delivered avocados to me from a good source.

  • Thank you for sharing this perfect recipe, so helpful for keeping a healthy diet in summer! I just started my channel, welcome to have a look at my videos:D!

  • I have to admit I’m loving the cauliflower hummas better than the transitional one. It’s much lighter and easier to digest. Thank you.

  • we don’t use canned tomates in Mexico, the deep flavor comes from grilling the Chile, onions and tomatoes before chopping them and after they’re together. And a spoonful of vinegar will help you keep your salsa fresh!

  • For vegetarians like me, just replace Chicken with Soya Sticks(commonly known as Soya Chaap in India), and yes it’s texture is exactly as that of chicken

  • We love taco salad it’s a staple in our house. We also like to add shredded or diced zucchini, pinto beans, salsa verde, greek yogurt, feta…the list goes on. Very versatile.

  • I make a salad similar soy sauce chicken salad, and also add coleslaw. the sauce from the two complement each other so well. I highly recommend

  • Love these recipies!���� We like to use more of the stems and less leaves in our salsa��, less soapyness for my kids��. You are super awesome thanks for enriching the lives of my family! I share ya with lots of people��������������������������!

  • I love homemade taco seasoning thank you for a great recipe for that! I am going to mix it into some mayonnaise and use it as a salad dressing on this fabulous salad.

  • I can’t wait to try this, perhaps with some micro greens and some blue maize corn chips (which, ironically, are purple!) ��
    Quarantine has left me eating pasta with pesto for most lunchtimes, so thank you so much for this, it looks so wholesome and tasty!

  • Hmm, maybe I should make some taco seasoning, I usually just dump all those spices into my taco meat while I’m cooking it, might save some time if I just had a jar full of all the spices already mixed together.

  • This was tonight’s dinner! The salsa is so very good. The taco seasoning I will use again. I added corn, because I like corn. Thank you for sharing your recipe. The salad was very good!

  • 0:12 Yesssss!!!!�� if your food is not good evvvvveeerrrryyybboddy is going to start making faces at each other and we’ll sneak (while laughing) to throw it away and then we’ll all come into agreement that you can just bring the paper plates and forks next time ������and the whole night we’ll be talking about you�� and of course mama and the aunties are going to let you know. so you betta get it right baby!

  • I am told by my German friends that although the jars made famous in Germany by the German name spelled, “Weck”, it is actually pronounced “VECK”.

  • Love these recipies!���� We like to use more of the stems and less leaves in our salsa��, less soapyness for my kids��. You are super awesome thanks for enriching the lives of my family! I share ya with lots of people��������������������������!

  • where do you get beautiful avocados like that?,here its cheap brown little avocados from mexico,in quebec canada.I am trying to find a way to get delivered avocados to me from a good source.

  • I’ve been making homemade taco salad for a long time. It’s awesome! When I tell my friends I had taco salad for lunch, they always assume it’s the tortilla bowl, fake cheese laden glop. They couldn’t be further from the truth. My favorite add-in is part of a tin of organic tri beans a combination of red kidney beans, black beans, and pinto beans.

  • I just love seeing you and watching your videos. I always feel motivated and positive after watching you.
    I’m still praying to own a Vitamix one day.
    May God keep blessing you.

  • I love your channel and I am always excited when you upload a new video.
    I appreciate that you always provide options for special diets (like glutenor diary-free) but could you also provide some ideas for a healthy vegetarian option like how to swap the meat in your recipes?

  • Homemade salsa using kitchen staples and a food processor? I think you’ve just changed my life. I’m making it this weekend (and probably forever after that). Taco night will never be the same again! Thank you!!!

  • Thank You @CorinaNielsen for these FABULOUS Keto Salad recipes!! They all look so YUMMY…we cannot wait to try them this coming week.:) BTW…we made your Lemon Vinagarette Dressing tonight and it was DELISH! Love your video!

  • Love these!!! Thank you ❤️ I literally just bought the last salad jars an amazon ��. I was going to get one for my friend and myself, but I’ll just get mine when they’re available again. This was an awesome video ��

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