How to Bring Sexy Back to Salad

How to Bring Sexy Back to Salad

Salad RecipeHealth


Think salads must be boring? Don’t settle for boring. Spice them up with these salad recipe ideas.


“I think so many times when people think of vegan food,or plant based food they think, ‘rabbit food.’ Well its true there is a certain amount of sticks,trees and twigs, but there are so many options and with just a little extra time you can put together a salad like this.”

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Get Creative with Salad Recipes

I always try and start out with a green like kale, swiss chard, or collard in my salad. If you start a salad with a base of iceberg you have made a serious plant-powered half step. I would say there’s no real use for that type of lettuce in a meal, and you will get “the look” from me. Go the extra mile and be creative with the ingredients for any salad that’s a meal and you won’t be disappointed.


I think so many times when people think of vegan food or plant-based food they think,”rabbit food”. Well it’s true there is a certain amount of sticks, trees, and twigs, but there are so many options and with just a little extra time you can put together salad recipes like this:




Start by layering in some delicious greens as the base of your salad. Here are a few of my favorites.

Mixed greens


Vegan or vegetarian? You don’t  need to add meats to bulk up the protein. Instead, try:

Black beans



Once you’ve made a base of healthy greens and amped up that protein, it’s time to have fun with flavor!

Inspiration to your Inbox


Sweet corn
Roma tomatoes
Red onion
Green onion
Baby bella’s
Cilantro lime
and those sexy, no SCHEXY California figs!


Salad Recipe

Top it all off with extra virgin and guacamole dressing and spicy corn tortilla chips – THAT is TC style! Keep being rockinawesome!!!



3 thoughts on “How to Bring Sexy Back to Salad

  1. Thank you so much for your advise here. I am doing some of these things already, but you definitively gave me some fresh ideas. I am going to look into making some polls!

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Around his 40th birthday, the Tatted Chef decided it was time to pursue something that fed his soul - to put more than just bread on the table. He enrolled in a local culinary program where the fire, knives, and "center of the plate" caught his eye. He quickly found that the benefits of raw plant based nutrition would become a part of his life that would not only transform him physically but in a process of evolution, begin a spiritual transformation as well. Tauting the many attributes and healing virtues of a vegan diet, he began a self training and experimentation with the many foods and dietary medicines . Over the next 12 years, Everett began to settle into his own personal style of cooking and creating. "TC" (Tatted Chef) Style is a combination of raw, juiced, blended, and cooked plantbased cuisine that allows for fun, down to earth and easily enjoyable methods, while embracing a plant powered lifestyle. In his words,"Keep bein' ROCKINAWESOME!!, Love is All". This means to apply what your own body has to tell you and live life fully in the Light and LOVE, positively creating and moving in the direction that best serves you. "Living in the Light, Love is All, Om Shanti Shanti Shanti ".

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