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Simple Salads + How to Make Homemade Dressings (gfree)

Don’t be fooled by simplicity; these simple salads offer sophisticated support to our bodies and cells. The enzyme bromelain, found in pineapple is a powerful cancer cell fighter. Cucumbers have high water content and aid in hydration, which is especially important in summer heat.

Coconut oil, a medium-chain fatty acid, is incredibly beneficial for the digestive system. It is an excellent source of energy and valuable for the immune system, heart health, the thyroid and skin.

Kiwi and strawberries contain large quantities of vitamins C.

Read EASY, EASY SALADS online

Enjoy my recipes inside for Tomato-Cucumber Salad with Homemade Vinaigrette, and fresh Fruit Salad with Coconut Cream.

These are free of dairy, gluten, grain, and refined sugars but BIG on flavor!

Tomato Salad2 by PatriciaCWilson.com

Tomato Cucumber Salad

Guide to Homemade Dressings

 

Coconut Cream and Fruit Salad recipes by PatriciaCWilson.com

Fresh Fruit Salad with Coconut Cream

 

Easy Salads cover by PWilson for IN Magazine

Easy, Easy Salads – Recipes and Nutritional Info online at IN Magazine

You can use this four-step guide to create your own version of Catalina, Thousand Island, French dressing, Greek vinaigrette, ranch, honey-mustard, tartar sauce, cocktail sauce or remoulade.

 

The Art of Gluten-Free Living (book)

For more info check out my book, The Art of Gluten-Free Living, available here:

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Source: Copyrighted material; all rights reserved. Excerpted and adapted from Easy Easy Salads by Patricia Wilson for IN Magazine. Photos by Sarah Miller for IN Magazine. Book photo by Patricia Wilson. Visit http://www.INMagTexas.com and http://www.PatriciaCWilson.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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