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How YOU can become A Reformed salad-hater

Published on 8/24/2012
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Tips from a Reformed salad-hater I was forwarded this site from a friend. But originally, the tips are from Paula Rhodes from her Blog “Salad In A Jar” Personally, I think these tips are PURE GENIUS!! This could be another reason you can enjoy a nice, healthy Salad for either lunch or dinner! Tips from a Reformed salad-hater: 1. There are NO Limits on the variations combinations of salad dressings and add-ons (fruit, veggies and/or nuts) 2. Eating Salads allows you to have the possibility for limited indulgences for the remainder of the day 3. An easy way to add fiber and bulk to your diet 4. Fills you up and has fewer calories 5. For those who need to chew…now you get chewing satisfaction 6. It’s an EASY lifestyle change that you can adopt forever – and is NOT a diet!!!! What I enjoy the most is that Salad making DOES NOT require a lot of work to prepare. Not even on an especially busy workday morning! Here is Paula Rhodes’ Salad In A Jar Plan. Now you can make a salad that lasts anywhere between 7-9 days. Her method takes less than 30 minutes (once you get the hang of it) and will stay crisp and fresh for more than a week. Below are some benefits of storing salad in a jar: 1. No brown edges on the lettuce and no wilted leaves 2. Your salad spinner isn’t necessary every day to make a salad. (who even uses those) 3. If you are on the run, grab your jar and take your tasty salad with you and eat right out of the jar, if necessary. 4. Save money where ever possible. I buy my lettuce from a local produce store, but if there aren’t any local alternatives, you can always try your local Bulk stores (i.e. Sam’s, Costco’s, etc.). This way you don’t have to waste money on the grocery store pre-packaged salads that are rarely FRESH most of the time anyway. 5. The greatest thing about the salad in the jar is that glass jars are washable. So you can do your part in helping the environment & saving money! To your health, Indira Wilburn Facebook Fan Page -
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