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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:21:08 AM. Recipe ID 53203. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Salad's
 Categories: Info
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1    Info
  % Skip the iceberg lettuce and fill your refrigerator crisper with
  greens that are more nutrient dense, such as romaine, spinach and
  Swiss chard.
  % Carrots and beets are good sources of vitamin A; bell peppers,
  broccoli, cabbage and tomatoes add vitamin C.
  % Cooked beans and lentils are low fat protein sources.
  % Venture beyond pasta to brown rice, barley, couscous, bulgur and
  quinoa. All of these grains are flavorful, easy to prepare and
  % Turn a salad into a main dish by adding two ounces of a lean
  protein. Try skinless chicken or turkey, broiled lean beef, salmon or
  water packed tuna, nonfat or part skim cheese. For an extra nutrition
  boost, skip the croutons and sprinkle on or stir in a few tablespoons
  of wheat germ. One serving, about two tablespoons, of wheat germ has
  eight essential vitamins and minerals, dietary fiber and 50 calories.
  Discover wheat germ's naturally nutty flavor and crunchy texture.

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Recipe ID 53203 (Apr 03, 2005)

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