How many times have you tried to eat more vegetables only to get a couple of days in and realise it’s all too hard?
It happens to everyone. The key to continuing the veggie eating is to be prepared – alá the boy scouts.
Eating a salad a day for 30 days may seem like a challenge but with a little bit of planning, some pantry staples and the variety you need then you too can eat a different salad every day for 30 days.
What will happen after 30 days? Well, you will have 30 different salad recipes. Some will become favourites, they are the ones that you’ll come back to again and again. You’ll find that you won’t need to follow a recipe to be able to make it, you’ll know what to put in and how much.
My aim is to give you variety so that you can get to know some different flavours and to feel confident in the kitchen in preparing salads that are not only nutritious but become favourites and get you excited to eat them.
If there’s a vegetable you don’t like swap it for something else. If there’s a vinegar or an oil listed in the recipe and you don’t have it, replace it with one that you do. I want this to be as easy and as interesting as possible. I’d love to know what flavour combinations you love. Drop me a line or share your pics on Facebook or Instagram and tag me @sweetsandgreens
Here is a list of pantry essentials you will need for the Salad A Day.
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Week 1 shopping list for Salad A Day.
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How to make the perfect salad dressing.
Click How To Make the Perfect Salad Dressing for a downloadable pdf file.
Week 2 shopping list for Salad A Day.
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Week 3 shopping list for Salad A Day
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Week 4 shopping list for Salad A Day
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Week 5 shopping list for Salad a Day
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