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Ingredients. 5 ounces (140g) baby kale. 2 cups (300g) strawberries, hulled and sliced. 1 cup (150g) cucumber, sliced. 1 tablespoon fresh mint leaves, thinly chopped. ¼ cup (22g) crumbled feta. ¼ cup (30g) dried cranberries (fruit juice sweetened) ¼.

Directions Toss one 5-ounce package baby kale, 2 cups quartered strawberries, 1 sliced endive and 1/4 cup salted roasted sunflower seeds in a large bowl. Blend 1/4 cup buttermilk, 3 tablespoons. Make the salad: Add the baby kale, cucumber, strawberries, and almonds to a large salad bowl. In a large bowl (like serving bowl size!), add baby kale and spinach.

Layer greens with strawberries, red onion, avocado, and pepitas. Drizzle salad with extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, to taste. Assemble the salad ingredients up to the strawberries.

Mix the dressing ingredients in a small bowl. Pour the dressing over top then sprinkle with the almonds. This makes two smaller salads or one large salad. Salad Ingredients: 6 cup s fresh baby kale (*or see note below for using other kinds of kale) 1 pint strawberries, hulled and sliced; 1 – 2 avocado. Mash garlic and salt together with the side of a chef’s knife or a fork to form a paste.

Whisk the garlic paste, oil, vinegar and pepper together in a medium bowl. Add kale; toss to coat. Serve topped with quinoa, strawberries and pepitas. For dressing, whisk together first 5 ingredients.

To serve, place kale, strawberries, bacon and mint in a large bowl; toss with dressing. Sprinkle with cheese and almonds. Strawberry Kale Salad This fresh, zingy salad is super easy and always a crowd-pleaser! The sliced strawberries and fresh mint give it an extra summery feel, and crumbled bacon and toasted almonds add the perfect amount of crunch. —Luanne Asta, East Hampton, New York.

Put kale into a large bowl and sprinkle with salt, lemon juice. Massage kale with your hands for 2-3 minutes until it has wilted slightly. (Baby kale will only need a minute or so.) Add olive oil, balsamic, honey, pepper and chili oil.

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This smoothie calls for baby spinach, but if you happen to have kale in the fridge, go for the kale (remove the tough stems first).

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All patients should eat (1) three to five vegetable servings per day (a serving is ½ cup cooked or 1 cup raw), including at least one dark leafy green (the super-veggies, e.g., kale, collards, broccoli, chard, spinach), and (2) two or three whole fruits per day (better than fruit juice or fruit drink).

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Squeezing and massaging the raw kale broke down its cellular structure, giving it an appealing tenderness, and adding a little baby spinach lightened the dish.

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If you can’t find baby kale, you can use arugula or Lacinato kale.

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Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine the kale, parsley, lemon juice, garlic, and salt and pepper to taste.

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Add the blanched kale and ¼ cup of the stock and simmer until the kale is heated through, about 3 minutes longer.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Sooooooo good! I just made my soinach salad video on my youtube channel! Spinach salad with farm grown spinach it was Deeeeeelicious! Check it out!

  • Sooooooo good! I just made my soinach salad video on my youtube channel! Spinach salad with farm grown spinach it was Deeeeeelicious! Check it out!

  • This makes me think of a salad I make to mimic the “Berry Almond Chicken Salad” Wendy’s sells. Fresh romaine lettuce (or a good spring mix), strawberries, blueberries, chicken breast, almond slivers, and raspberry vinaigrette. Yummy and so fresh for summer!

  • I will accept shake shake shake. But it is still not as good as shake what your mamma gave ya, and I dont think it is possible to top flava flave…

  • Dani, You have the best and easiest recipes ever! I knew I could count on you. I searched “spinach strawberry salad” and yours was the first to pop up; I watched a few others but yours is the best. Plus, I got to see your mole you spoke about on stories on IG a while back.:) ��

  • good job! Simple as 1-2-3 i love red onion and i think i would put very thinly slices on top and probably feta cheese and maybe walnuts instead of pecans=mahalo!!!

  • Great recipe idea:) We love toasted nuts in our salads (pecans, walnuts, almonds, etc.), and we use our hot air popcorn popper to toast them. We usually toast a bunch at once so we have them on hand for a few days to also snack on.