Connie Guttersen, author, dietitian, nutritionist, a lady on Twitter (@ConnieGuttersen) inspired me to pick salad for my topic. She shared a Tweet (below) about all the different kinds of lettuce that are “worthy”. Appreciated the info, but from there it was a leap into “winter salads”. Why? Because during the cold months, salad is not always on my menu. Bowls and bowls of warm and hearty soups. Yes! But salad? Not so much. That has to change.
Lettuce is lettuce, right? Not so fast! Some lettuces (like iceberg) have 0 nutrients, while others are worthy to be included in your salad. pic.twitter.com/2zAdfzUpLq— Connie Guttersen (@ConnieGuttersen) October 3, 2016
Oldie but a goodie: Raw Vegan Blood Orange Winter Salad Recipe https://t.co/oSeh5UzxCZ— Isabel Ⓥ (@frivolousgirl_) October 26, 2016
Eat #veggies during winter? Yup - Asian #Quinoa Slaw Salad #vegetarian #gluten free #recipe https://t.co/HTIa5Z2YF7 pic.twitter.com/qK6CpIKtG8— TheKitchenGirl Traci (@the_kitchengirl) January 7, 2016
Zingy East Asian Chicken Salad fights the winter blahs: recipe from Crumbs on the Table: https://t.co/Kv5yY5iLSC pic.twitter.com/b4TxOCvDcD— CottageGardenCookery (@LauraDonohueCGC) February 23, 2016
Asian Napa Cabbage Salad - Home Baked Joy
A Winter Salad That Satisfies
Warm Salads For The Winter | Care2 Healthy Living