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Meatless Monday: Strawberry, Basil & Macadamia Salad

I love salads all year round, no matter what the weather is like, and this is one of my favourites. The strawberries give the salad a sweet lovely taste among the healthy greens combined with the crunchy texture from the lightly toasted nuts. The touch of basil completes it perfectly!

Goji Sunshine Salad (Ready in 5 minutes!)

Fresh salads are a staple of warmer weather, and with the arrival of spring and the approaching summer season, there’s nothing better than a fast, fresh salad for lunch or dinner. The ingredients in this salad came fresh from a local farmers market, which means that they are less likely to contain dangerous pesticides and are likely to contain more nutrients. Enjoy this light and easy recipe.

A Honey Sesame Salad Dressing So Good You’ll be Licking the Bowl

I don’t know why, but I always found even the thought of making a homemade dressing daunting. When there’s an entire grocery aisle dedicated to salad dressing, why would I need to make my own?! But I was so wrong. This dressing is so good you will be licking the salad bowl, and dipping every last veggie you can find, into its creamy goodness.

Meatless Monday: Sweet & Salty Sweet Potato Salad

Sweet potatoes are a definite fall favorite. They’re not only delicious and versatile, but they’re incredibly nutritious. Sweet potatoes pack a ton of fiber and beta carotene and they pair well with lean proteins, other roasted vegetables, and salads. This fall salad combines seasonal sweet potatoes with kale (Tuscan cabbage), pomegranate seeds, cranberries, and almonds. It’s a great side for your thanksgiving meal, or even for your everyday lunch. Get the full recipe!

Kale Salad with Pine Nuts & Dried Cranberries (& Vegan Parmesan Cheese!)

This delicious kale (Tuscan cabbage) salad is simple, refreshing, healthy and light and a perfect way to enjoy raw kale when you aren’t juicing it. The combination of salty pine nuts with sweet dried cranberries topped with vegan parmesan “cheese” makes it the perfect combination of flavors. Get the recipe.

Meatless Monday: Hail to Kale Salad

When it comes to eating raw kale (Tuscan cabbage), you either love it or hate it. But this salad may change the minds of those who don’t like it too much into an “I love it!” Get the recipe and find out for yourself!

Fresh & Sweet Green Salad w/ Tangy Dressing

Great nutrition for families usually starts with decreased consumption of highly processed snack foods – crackers, cookies, pretzels, sweetened yogurt – and increased daily servings of fresh fruits and vegetables. Eat more fruits and veggies with this slightly sweet and healthy salad.

Meatless Monday: Fresh Fennel & Avocado Salad

Every Thursday I pick up our CSA farm share box and can’t wait to see all the goodies waiting inside for us. This week we had some amazing fresh veggies and herbs that go so well together and make for a perfect, quick and easy no-cook meal in the sweltering heat of summer.

Meatless Monday: Fast & Easy Three-Bean Salad

Fourth of July is right around the corner. I plan on spending it with my family at a friend’s BBQ and want to bring something healthy but filling that everyone will enjoy. I decided on this Fast & Easy Three-Bean Salad. It’s a great dish to serve during the summer, especially for barbecue’s and potluck gatherings.

Sweet Mango-Avocado-Tomato Salad

If you’re looking for a healthy and extremely easy side to bring to your 4th of July BBQ next week, look no further. This salad is fresh, vibrant, healthy and it only takes seconds to make. Get the recipe!

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Recipes

Pimm's Cup Juice

Pimm’s Cup Juice

Posted on04/23/14

Written by Sarah Mawson

Like so many of you across the US, here at the Reboot offices in New York it has been a long, cold winter and we started to grow a little stir crazy by the end! To remind us all that summer would eventually arrive I decided to experiment with a juice recipe based on a classic English summer drink, the Pimm’s fruit cup. Get the recipe!

Hint of Mint

Hint of Mint Juice

Posted on04/22/14

Written by Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

It's packed with greens, a touch of sweet and a hint of mint! Plus it is loaded with nutrients such as potassium, iron, calcium, magnesium and carotenoids, vitamin K, vitamin C, folate and manganese. Mint is an excellent digestive aid and can help reduce wind and flatulence and settle an upset stomach. Enjoy!