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    • Gorgeously Green Salad w/ Perfect Peanut Dressing

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    •  7/12/2013 10:16:46 PM

      This is one of my new FAVORITES!!! Seriously, you NEED to try this.  It might be a little more work than your ordinary salad, but trust's WORTH it!


      It wasn't until recently that I started to develop my love for raw zucchini.  For those of you who have yet to try it, I can see you turning your nose at it already.  But honestly, it is NOT one of those eat-it-just-because-it-is-good-for-you-even-if-it-makes-you-gag kind of foods.  With the right topping or dressing it really is super scrumptious.  With it being zucchini season I have been on a little "zucchini kick" lately.  There is something about the texture of zucchini "noodles" that I love.  I stilled haven't purchased a Spiralizer (the fun kitchen gadget that turns your zucchini into "noodles") because I have a handy dandy SaladMaster that shreds the zucchini in seconds.  But I certainly would recommend one!



      I've had different green salads with pasta thrown in and I love the blending of the flavors and textures.  So why not try it with zucchini instead of pasta.  This recipe was inspired by one I saw on  I made a few little tweaks and fell in LOVE!  A few simple ingredients and Voila....deliciousness!


      Gorgeously Green Salad


      1 small zucchini, shredded or "sprialized" :)

      1 red pepper, thinly sliced

      1 cup of green peas

      1 small head of romaine, thinly chopped

      1 TBS of sesame seeds

      1 TBS of hemp seeds

      Combine the lettuce, peas, peppers and zucchini into a large salad bowl. Top with seeds and drizzle with the dressing.


      1 garlic clove

      2 TBS fresh lime juice

      2 TBS soy sauce

      2 TBS water

      2 TBS pure maple syrup (or other sweetener)

      3 TBS peanut butter (preferably an all natural kind)

      1/2 tablespoon toasted sesame oil

      1 teaspoon freshly grated ginger


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