Cabbage Walnut Salad

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Cabbage Walnut Salad

This cabbage salad is so filling. Also, it is high in nutrients with the variety of vegetables in it which make it very good for you too.

Salad Ingredients: 

1 1/2 cups finely shredded red and green cabbage
1/4 cup shredded carrots
1/4 cup chopped celery
3 Tbsp soaked walnuts
2 Tbsp pine nuts
1 Tbsp sesame seeds (optional)
2 tablespoons chopped dill or parsley
Few slices of cucumber if desired

Salad Dressing

Ingredients for dressing:

3 Tbsps fresh lemon juice
1 Tbsp olive oil
2 Tbsps water
1/8 tsp liquid stevia (to taste)
1/8 tsp Himalayan Salt (to taste)

Directions

1.    Prepare salad vegetables and set aside.
2.    Mix dressing ingredients.
3.    Stir dressing into vegetables.
4.    Serve immediately or place in refrigerator until serving time.
5.    ENJOY!

Or you can use a Creamy Tahini Dressing

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By | 2017-10-29T15:42:05+00:00 April 12th, 2011|Meatless Monday, Recipes, Salad|5 Comments

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I am the Founder and Author at Real Food For Life. Have been teaching cooking classes worldwide since 1982. Create original, healthy recipes and menus, which are gluten free and white sugar free. Also, the author of the GREEN means LEAN and Balance Your Body e-books. I turned a debilitating health crisis into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar free, gluten free eating and cooking.

5 Comments

  1. Diane Beck October 22, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    I am a new subscriber. In a couple of recipes, you refer to ” soaked walnuts”. What exactly is meant by “soaked walnuts?” Is this some special process? In some special juice? Please explain.

    Here in the South, I see boiled peanuts everywhere. To me, they taste terrible. Some love them. Different tastes for different folks.

    Thank you.

  2. Diana Herrington October 26, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    Diane, apologies about the late reply. For sure they are not boiled; that does not sound yummy to me either.
    What I mean is about SPROUTING NUTS & SEEDS Here is how to do it: http://realfoodforlife.com/sprouting-nuts-seeds/

  3. joy markman March 19, 2014 at 9:26 am

    Hi Diane, I would like to purchase Stevia, & why I am writting to you is because you always mention the “sunnyDew” liquid Stevia, because it is natural. Have you heard about “Slimtevia”. It is a new make, & does not have this bitter after taste, & is made up of a few good things, but also magnesium carbonate & fruit-based crystaline fructos. Is this fructos the one that causes cancer? Arn’t carbonates bad, as they are not well absorbed & cause pockets of chalk in the body? Another thing has “SunnyDew also got that bitter after taste?
    Please answer me at my e-mail address.
    Sincerely, Joy

  4. Kathryn Grace January 30, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    Thanks for sharing this on Twitter, where I found it a short while ago. It’s now my pick for #RecipeOfTheDay. So good! I could eat the entire bowl myself.

  5. Diana Herrington January 31, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    Kathryn, happy to hear that you like it so much that you are eating so much of it! 🙂

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