This Vegan strawberry salad is both gluten free, vegan and oil free. Super easy and quick to make.
- Boosts immunity from vitamin c.
- Lowers blood pressure.
- Fights off inflammation.
- Improves skin health.
- Improves mood.
- Quenches thirst.
- Anti inflammatory.
- Improves skin condition.
- High fiber and water content, which help with digestion and gut.
Health benefits for Vegan Caesar Dressing can be found HERE!
WebMD Editorial Contributors. “Health Benefits of Strawberry.” WebMD, 26 Sept. 2020, http://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-strawberry#1.
WebMD Editorial Contributors. “Health Benefits of Almonds.” WebMD, 26 Aug. 2020, http://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-almonds#1.
Goldsmith, E., & Klein, M. (2017). Foods that heal: their nature, flavor and therapeutic value according to Chinese medicine. In Nutritional healing with Chinese medicine: +175 recipes for optimal health (pp. 184–205). essay, Robert Rose Inc.
- 1/4 cup strawberries, cut into quarters
- 2 head romaine lettuce, cut
- 2 mini cucumber, sliced
- 1 tbsp vegan parmesan cheese or another type of cheese
- 1 handful toasted almond silver slices
- 4 tbsp vegan caesar dressing (recipe link is in the post)
- Preheat oven to 300F and toast almond slices for about 5-8 minutes or fragrant.
- On a clean plate, place cut romaine lettuce down first.
- sprinkle almond slices, cut strawberries and top with vegan parmesean cheese and vegan caesar dressing and enjoy.
- For non-vegans, feel free to add a piece of protein on the top of this salad to make it a complete meal.
- For vegans, you can try adding falafel or any vegan veggie burgers on the top of salad to make it a complete meal. (my favorite is the buffalo chik burger from morning star farms.)
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