salad greens


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Noun1.salad greens - greens suitable for eating uncooked as in saladssalad greens - greens suitable for eating uncooked as in salads
greens, leafy vegetable, green - any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables
lettuce - leaves of any of various plants of Lactuca sativa
celtuce - leaves having celery-like stems eaten raw or cooked
curly endive, chicory - crisp spiky leaves with somewhat bitter taste
chicory escarole, escarole, endive - variety of endive having leaves with irregular frilled edges
cress - pungent leaves of any of numerous cruciferous herbs
salad burnet - leaves sometimes used for salad
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A very simple idea put me on the path toward growing a year-round indoor salad garden: I wanted fresh salad greens throughout winter.
1/2 cup dry French lentils 1 bay leaf Mustard Vinaigrette 1 cup cooked quinoa 4 cups salad greens 1 cup cooked diced beets 1/2 cup cooked diced butternut squash 1/4 cup roasted, salted sunflower seeds 1.
The Salad Garden" covers everything necessary for growing a personal or family garden filled with all manner of salad greens.
To serve, place salad greens on a plate, arrange roasted vegetables on top of it and drizzle remaining vinaigrette.
For those of us who live in communities that are too cold during the winter months to continue gardening outdoors, this book offers a way to grow salad greens indoors all year-round.
However, consider this: a bag of prewashed salad greens, dumped into a salad bowl and tossed with a vinaigrette is arguably delicious, and takes seconds to prepare.
salad greens and as much of the reserved dressing as you like.
consumers aren't only savoring salad greens with greater frequency, but also with a more adventurous palate.
0m with warrant participation in Tender Greens Holdings LLC, a grower, packer and shipper of niche tender leaf salad greens in North America and the UK.
Serve a cake over a bed of salad greens, as pictured, or on a sandwich bun with your favorite condiments.
The salad greens were from the church garden, an experiment brought to reality by several new moms in the congregation.
Storing salad greens has been an issue for many gardeners, because green leafy vegetables normally do not respond well to canning, drying, or freezing.