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Superfood Salad Recipes: A Clean Eating Cookbook for Easy Weight Loss and Detox (Healthy Cookbook Series 8) [Kindle Edition]

Vesela Tabakova
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Healthy Salad Recipes for Natural Weight Loss and Detox!

It is amazing that we are actually surrounded by power foods with surprising qualities. Inexpensive, quick to cook, delicious, and easy to shop, common foods we love and eat regularly have fantastic immunity-boosting, age-defying super-powers.
Superfoods in your backyard not only nourish your body on a very deep level but fight off a range of health disorders and, at the same time, help you stay fit and energetic.
Superfood Salad Recipes: A Clean Eating Cookbook for Easy Weight Loss and Detox contains more than 70 clean salad recipes which are all prepared with superfood ingredients and are rich in nutrients that you should be eating every day. They are low in calories, fat and carbohydrates, as well as delicious and super healthy!
Table Of Contents
Superfoods in Our Backyard
My Favorite Superfood Ingredients
Superfood Herbs and Spices in My Recipes
Salads with Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Fish and Ham
Avocado, Chickpea and Chicken Salad
Italian Chicken Salad
Balsamic Chicken and White Bean Salad
Bulgarian Chicken Salad
Chicken and Iceberg Salad
Quinoa Chicken Salad
Chicken and Avocado Salad
Chicken, Broccoli and Cashew Salad
Greek Chicken Salad
Mediterranean Chicken Pasta Salad
Chicken and Green Peas Salad
Warm Italian Beef and Spinach Salad
Beef, Lentil and Walnut Salad
Mediterranean Steak Salad
Mediterranean Beef Salad
Turkey Quinoa Salad
Tuna and Green Bean Salad
Tuna Salad
White Bean and Tuna Salad
Beetroot and Carrot Salad with Salmon and Egg
Salmon Quinoa Salad Recipe
Salmon, Avocado and Asparagus Salad
Sausage, Tomatoes and Pasta Salad
Potato, Pancetta and Asparagus Salad
Shepherds’ Salad
Fusilli Salad
Russian Salad
Vegetarian Salads
Beet and Bean Sprout Salad
Beet Salad with Walnuts
Beet Salad with Yogurt
Kiwi, Strawberry and Mixed Greens Salad
Bulgarian White Bean Salad
Warm Quinoa Salad
Quinoa and Black Bean Salad
Roasted Vegetables Quinoa Salad
Quinoa with Oven Roasted Tomatoes and Pesto
Cucumber Quinoa Salad
Fresh Vegetables Quinoa Salad
Warm Mushroom Quinoa Salad
Mediterranean Buckwheat Salad
Spicy Buckwheat Vegetable Salad
Buckwheat Salad with Asparagus and Roasted Peppers
Roasted Broccoli Buckwheat Salad
Dried Fruit and Feta Cheese Buckwheat Salad
Haloumi, Lentil and Rocket Salad
Brown Lentil Salad
Baby Spinach Salad
Greek Salad with Avocado
The Best Orzo Salad
Blue Cheese Iceberg Salad
Apple, Walnut and Radicchio Salad
Apple, Celery and Walnut Salad
Greek Chick Pea Salad
Snow White Salad
Asian Carrot and Sprout Salad
Asian Coleslaw
Shredded Egg Salad
Fresh Greens Salad
Simple Broccoli Salad
Caprese Salad
Bulgarian Green Salad
Green Superfood Salad
Fried Zucchinis with Yogurt Sauce
Cucumber Salad
Tomato Couscous Salad
Red Cabbage Salad
Cabbage, Carrots and Turnip Salad
Carrot Salad
Bulgur Salad
Roasted Aubergines and Peppers Salad
Shopska Salad
Okra Salad
Green Bean Salad
Zucchini Pasta Salad
Cheese Stuffed Tomatoes
Spinach Stem Salad
Bulgarian Spinach Salad
Green Bean and Rocket Salad with Green Olive Dressing
Mozzarella, Tomato and Basil Couscous Salad

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  • File Size: 567 KB
  • Print Length: 112 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Vesela Tabakova lives in Bulgaria with her family of five, a crazy Jack Russell Terrier and three adopted dogs.

Reading is her passion and coffee is her drug of choice. She loves cooking and preparing natural, homemade beauty products for family and friends. Her inspiration comes from many tried and tested recipes which circulate within her extended family, but she also experiments all the time in order to create new and varied recipes, better suited to modern tastes.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent recipes 13 July 2013
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There are an amazing number of salad recipes in this book, and such varied ingredients too. I am really looking forward to trying some of these out on my family.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just in time for summer! 17 Jun. 2013
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Great stuff, as ever, and just in time for summer! A staggering collection of pretty well every salad known to man - but elevated in health and taste. You could make one of these every day and still not get bored well into autumn - really looking forward to getting stuck into the quinoa section! Also probably the blue cheese and iceberg - bit of a crowdpleaser there
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good find 25 Nov. 2014
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Really delighted to find this: there are salads here for every season. Quite a few of the recipes here would be suitable for light eating in summer, and there are also plenty which are excellent for more substantial, but still healthy eating in winter.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious recipes for salads based on super foods by an expert 15 Jun. 2013
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Vesela is my favourite food author and I was intrigued about what recipes would be included in her latest book about salads based on super foods.

In her usual and expert style, Vesela firstly gives a very educational introduction on super food ingredients and healthy herbs and spices, which can be used to make salads. There are explanations of the benefits of many super foods in the book and among others these include asparagus, avocadoes, beans, dark leaves, poultry, quinoa, basil, oregano, fish, red peppers etc. My mouth was watering just from reading about these.

The book then proceeds to the actual recipes. The great thing about the author's books is her passion for good food and her desire to give as many recipes as possible. In this particular book there are more than 70!

I'm personally going to be making the tuna with green beans salad and tuna with white beans salad (as I love beans), along with the salmon with avocado salad in the coming days. These recipes will make excellent and nutritious options during my lunch times.

I highly recommend another excellent book by Vesela.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Useful and a Keepsake! 12 Jun. 2013
By K.G - Published on
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These amazing salad recipes are perfect to supercharge your metabolism great to boost your metabolism and give you healthy glowing skin. It is really amazing that salads dont have to be bland but delicious. They are low in calories, low fat and low carbohydrates, as well as delicious and super healthy! I highly recommend this book!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super foods at their best 8 Jun. 2013
By AlexJul46 - Published on
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This book is full of creative salad recipes. For someone like me who loves a good salad, this book inspires lots of new ways to enjoy them, but it does a lot more...While salads are tasty and enjoyable most of the time they lack in nutrients or concentrate on one or only few essential ones. This book is full of recipes that take salads to the next level. Using super foods transforms salads into well balanced and very healthy meals while still keeping the calories and fat on the low. Thanks for an other great book!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superstar salad recipes 13 Jun. 2013
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A great collection of salads to bump up my repertoire. I like my salads to be multi-faceted - not just a bunch of leaves and tomatoes. The recipes in this book include the creative use of ingredients to transform what would otherwise be another boring salad into a sumptuous meal on its own and I love the simplicity and deliciousness of that. And best of all - I know that I'm taking good care of my body. I'd recommend this book to anyone looking to bump up their superfoods quotient.
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4.0 out of 5 stars LOOKS GOOD 18 Aug. 2013
By Vickie Woodard - Published on
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Since my children have flown the coop I have eaten less meat and more veggies, paying attention to combinations that will create what I learned in my one Home Ec class was called a complete protein.
There are 22 amino acids. Your body requires a combination of foods containing all 22 to make that complete protein. The simplest combos are peanut butter and bread, or beans and rice.
Of course, all breads are not the same, nor are all beans or all rice. Some peanut butter has a lot of sugar, while others are like wallpaper paste.
If you picked up this book, you probably already know the one most perfect food is a plain old chicken egg, though there's something I still don't understand. Check the label closely and you'll find many eggs are labeled 'unfertilized'.
Can somebody explain how a chicken lays an egg without the help of a rooster? Guess I should look it up.
You'll find a variety of salads in the book, with grains (couscous), seeds ( mostly sunflower), beans (including garbanzo, used in hummus),several types of nuts, fresh and dried fruit, garlic, and lots of other fresh herbs. When the recipe calls for parsley the author makes a point of specifying the flat leafed variety. You'll be glad to try it. Flat leaf parsley has a flavor that makes you wish the curly leafed stuff was never created.
Garlic is easily grown in your home garden. In most cases you can plant the garlic you buy in the produce department. Only occasionally is it treated to prevent sprouting. The general rule is to plant in cool weather and harvest in the heat of the summer. Check the internet for the depth.
Several other herbs, such as rosemary, chives, all types of mint are perennials. Plant them once and all you really need to do is cut them back or continue to use them. Strange as it seems, sage is a member of the mint family and like all other members has a square stem and is perennial. The odor is sure different.
A friend of mine grows garlic. He said that once you plant it, you always have it. He must not cook much.
The thing that sets this book apart are the number of recipes with grains, nuts, hyperlinks (small pickles), cucumbers and the occasional recipe with beets. Since my family had a large garden, I grew up with beets and enjoy them. Some people have never tried them.
Combine the nuts and grains and you'll have a complete protein (in most cases); add twice as many veggies as you have protein, make sure you have a calcium source, maybe plain yogurt as a salad dressing, and a vitamin C source, like one of the citrus fruits, vitamins D and B complex...why am I planning your meal? You don't have to get all your vitamins at once, but you do need a protein at every meal !!
Now educate yourself and go eat!
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