Salads Recipes

Salads by definition are nutrient-dense food. Salads  provide minerals, vitamins, and other beneficial elements to our diet in a reputable amount and with lesser calories.

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Salads

Salads by definition are nutrient-dense food. Salads  provide minerals, vitamins, and other beneficial elements to our diet in a reputable amount and with lesser calories. In a salad dish we can always include whole grains, vegetables, seafood, eggs, beans, peas, unsalted nuts, lean meats, and lean poultry; all the mentioned above are nutrient-dense when prepared without solid fats or sugars. Including salads in our diet a sustainable diet becomes much more easier.     

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tabbouleh-recipe-salad

Many legends exist about the origin of food and tabbouleh makes no difference and takes part in those legends. Anecdotal stories exist about this salad; Some say its origin is from Syria others give the credit to Lebanon. Truth to be told, tabbouleh is the product of Greater Syria. The territory of Greater Syria, in 1920, modern Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Palestine, and parts of Turkey and Iraq. Thereby, I will stop arguing where tabbouleh comes from. Although laughed and mocked by some, because of the lack of meat in it, tabbouleh became a signature dish in the Middle east. It has not only an incredible taste but also numerous health benefits. In 2009, after a team effort of 350 people, a large bowel of tabbouleh was created, weighing 4,324 kilograms (9532.80 pounds) and tabbouleh made its way into the Guinness World Record. Click here for the recipe

beetroot-recipe-healthy

The scientific name of roots is Beta vulgaris, and it has several parts. The green portion is edible. Some add it to salads or steam it. The other part comes with different colors; reddish-purple; White; Yellow; Rainbow. There are many speculations about its origin, people dipping in history think it had been known since prehistoric times in North Africa, Asia, and Europe. Yet, humans started to consume it in the 16th century. Later on, during the 19th century, they discovered that beetroots are a great source of sugar. The high content of sugar in beetroots makes them a great source for the production of refined sugar. Click here for the recipe