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Which is your favorite salad from the July/August issue?


Ginger Bean Chow-Chow
3% (5 votes)
Green Bean & Tommy Toe Salad
2% (3 votes)
Peach and Radish Salad with French Feta and Almonds
3% (4 votes)
Three Sisters Succotash
1% (1 vote)
Wilted Green Bean Salad
1% (1 vote)
Corn & Black Bean Quinoa Salad
12% (19 votes)
Curried Zucchini & Couscous
1% (1 vote)
Loaded Garden Pizz'alad
3% (5 votes)
Margherita Pizz'alad
3% (4 votes)
Ratatouille Black Bean & Farro Salad
4% (6 votes)
Red Rice Salad with Peaches & Cucumber
1% (2 votes)
Roasted Beet & Barley Salad
6% (10 votes)
Roasted Tofu & Peanut Noodle Salad
4% (6 votes)
Tabbouleh with Chickpeas
2% (3 votes)
Southwestern Salmon Cobb Salad
6% (9 votes)
Chicken Salad with Pecans & Dried Cherries
21% (33 votes)
Chopped Chef's Salad
10% (15 votes)
8-Layer Taco Salad
13% (20 votes)
Vietnamese Mango & Chicken Pizz'alad
1% (2 votes)
Blue Cheese & Spinach Pizz'alad
4% (7 votes)
Prosciutto, Asiago & Bitter Greens Pizz'alad
1% (1 vote)
Total votes: 157
Healthy Salad Recipes

13 comments

Anonymous wrote 14 weeks 4 days ago

My husband doesn't care for

My husband doesn't care for radishes and I'm not a huge fruit fan but the Peach and Radish Salad recipe was amazing. A new summer favorite for sure!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 13 weeks ago

I would love to see receipes

I would love to see receipes in Eating Well without pasta, potatoes and white breads. There have to be some available. Thanks

 
Pretty_5 wrote 1 year 14 weeks ago

I love french salads!

I love french salads!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 15 weeks ago

wow good site great yay

wow good site great yay

Anonymous wrote 1 year 15 weeks ago

Love everything about your

Love everything about your magazine. This issue with Bill Best and the green beans really hit home with the recipe for "Meatless Mountain Green Beans with potatoes".. My husband grew up in the Appalachian Mts, and Seriously misses what you described. green beans, slaw, cornbread ect. My question is, In the picture for this recipe there is either pinto or lima beans, some other bean not stated. Please can you help me find out which one it is. This looks delicious and I would love to surprise him with this meal. Thank You.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 16 weeks ago

Hi, just read the comment

Hi, just read the comment from anonymous "throw me a bone here" whilst I did make a comment I was courteous about it - this is not the only site that will please your palate = if you are looking for bones = please go to the pet shop
Carol

Anonymous wrote 1 year 16 weeks ago

I wanted to comment on the

I wanted to comment on the meal plan. Your site has a 1200 calorie plan that has over 60% of those calories coming from the one dietary item I struggle the most to handle!!! I have been desperately trying to find a meal plan I can actually use. This isn't it! What is the wisdom here? Carbs are, if not my enemy, certainly not my BFF. There has to be a menu that keeps the carbs under 100g (under 60 would be better). I'm not talking Atkins circa 1982. I'm just saying that nutritionists keep peddling the so-called heart-healthy carby diet and if I followed it I'd either be chasing down my numbers, or I'd put on weight...
Throw me a bone here!

Anonymous wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

Ceaser salad

Ceaser salad

Anonymous wrote 1 year 18 weeks ago

Hi, I love everything about

Hi, I love everything about this site and many other sites - However, I am concerned about the use of canola oil in recipes since canola oil is not all it is set out to be but an unhealthy product derived from an unhealthy plant - I have been advised that this is not so by a well known health food presenter and that she has done her research on canola oil which she feels is very healthy - whilst she is a food presenter, Dr Mercola (together with a team of scientists, doctors, nutritionists, etc) has proved this to be the worst oil to ever be used. Just letting it out there
Carol.

 
Tovahkay wrote 1 year 18 weeks ago

I also love your site it's

I also love your site it's really great. I'm always looking for new things to try, low calorie and yummy. Thanks looking forward to trying some of these out.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

What a great site. So much

What a great site. So much helpful information. I love the great smoothie choices. I am a smoothie fanatic!
Thanks,

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website: www.HealthyWomenMove

Anonymous wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

All your salads looked

All your salads looked wonderful. I have IBS, and am on a gluten free, dairy free diet, which makes me feel really good. I am so sad that so many of your recipes are no longer possible for me to eat. Thanks for the wonderful ideas, but I can't even touch sheep's milk, cheese or yogurt right now

Anonymous wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I looked for the place to

I looked for the place to enter your sweepstakes for the Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker and could not find it. Do others have trouble finding it? Is there a sweepstakes at all?
Carole Geier, subscriber
Garden City, Kansas

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