Power Spinach Salad with Avocado and Walnuts is Delicious

This power spinach salad is full of healthy greens that is one of the highest alkaline-forming foods and spinach is full of vitamins A, K, and D.

This is a very simple and tasty salad to make and is full of superfoods; everyone I have served it to enjoys it very much.

Add some spinach to your meals with this very healthy green alkaline-forming salad recipe.


1 pound fresh Spinach
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/4 cup Olive Oil
few drops of Stevia
Tamari or Braggs to taste
1 avocado, diced
1/4 cup chopped Walnuts
2 mandarin orange sections


1.    Wash and trim spinach; pat dry with paper towels.
2.    Combine lemon juice, oil, stevia, and Tamari or Braggs in a large bowl; add avocado cubes, coating well with the dressing.
3.    Toss spinach and walnuts with avocado and dressing.
4.    Add mandarin orange sections and toss spinach salad again.

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9 thoughts on “Power Spinach Salad with Avocado and Walnuts is Delicious”

  1. Thanks, for the Recipe.I use Spinach everyday.
    But what are Tamari or Braggs.
    Looking forward for you answer

    1. Tamari and soy sauce are almost the same. Soy sauce is made of fermented soy beans and grain. Tamari is made only with soy beans thus it is darker and richer in flavour.

      Braggs known as Braggs Liquid Aminos. Ingredients: made from health-giving, Certified NON-GMO soybeans and purified water. They are an excellent, healthy, gourmet replacement for Tamari and Soy Sauce. Not fermented or heated and Gluten-Free. No salt is added; it does have a small amount of naturally occurring sodium.
      I mostly use Braggs as it is less salty and seems healthier.

  2. Christine Farrell

    I’m going to have to give this one a try.
    I used to do a salad with Chinese Leaves, Spring Onions, and a large Orange – the dressing was a vinaigrette based on the juice from the orange. That saw me through 2 pregnancies!

    But walnuts – I’d like to use more, and I think I could enjoy in this mix.

  3. There’s more to Tamari than just the ingredients. it’s also a beautiful and loving process.

  4. I’m real happy to read your articles juice has help me my skins. I will give a try to the spinach salad but what is Tamari and Braggs.

  5. Jennifer Allison


    I agree with you about food combining and acid/alkaline diet…

    but I have a few doubts….Braggs has been seriously discredited, they use harmful stuff in the process, sorry I cannot remember where I read this, but there is enough on line to inform…I no longer use it…and I wonder that you only limit white sugar, I thought all sugar is acid forming?

  6. i am into microgreen growing salads ,like sunflower , peas, etc. Do you think spinach salad is more beneficial to sunflower microgreens ?

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