One for Everybody!

The best salads are easy :-)

These salads are so easy to make! And with so many possible combinations, everyone will be able to enjoy one :-)


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Neutral Veggies

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Choose up to two Leafy Greens and up to two Fruit-Vegetables. This creates a solid, highly-digestible base for your raw salad.


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Composite Veggies

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If you want to try potato, only sweet potatoes may be eaten raw. If you want to add tomato, only combine with non-starchy veggies.


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Dressing Recipe

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Try one of the three recipes listed below. More coming soon! Do not use store-bought dressings, vinegar, or vinaigrette. *

A few simple ideas for dressing recipes.

Mix a quarter to one-third cup of lemon juice with half cup extra virgin olive oil, half a teaspoon of oregano flakes, and half teaspoon celery salt to taste. For a “creamier” blend, add one to two tablespoons of nutritional yeast.

Whisk a third cup of extra virgin olive oil, three tablespoons braggs liquid aminos, two tablespoons lemon juice, and one tablespoon of nutritional yeast until fused. For a sweet and sour twist, add up to two tablespoons of honey.

Blend a quarter cucumber, half an avocado, one tablespoon lemon juice, half tablespoon lime juice, a tablespoon braggs liquid aminos, three-quarter tablespoon basil, quarter teaspoon sea salt, and half cup extra virgin olive oil.

* Salad Dressings & Vinegar

Do not use store-bought dressings; they include at least one of the following: dairy, spices, or vinegar. If you can find a commercially-manufactured dressing without any of the aforementioned ingredients, please share!

Also, you do not want to use vinegar or a vinaigrette of any kind; including, but not limited to, apple-cider vinegar. Why? Vinegar is a “process,” not an ingredient. What is the process? The fermentation of ethanol (alcohol). It is for this reason that Jesus refused it on the cross:

In another prophecy the Saviour declared, “Reproach hath broken My heart; and I am full of heaviness: and I looked for some to take pity, but there was none; and for comforters, but I found none. They gave Me also gall for My meat; and in My thirst they gave Me vinegar to drink.” Psalm 69:20, 21. To those who suffered death by the cross, it was permitted to give a stupefying potion, to deaden the sense of pain. This was offered to Jesus; but when He had tasted it, He refused it. He would receive nothing that could becloud His mind. His faith must keep fast hold upon God. This was His only strength. To becloud His senses would give Satan an advantage. Desire of Ages, p. 746, par. 2.

Aside from it destroying brain cells and severing our connection with heaven, true science has now concluded that ingesting “vinegar increases acid in your system, putting strain on your kidneys and bones,” says Michael Dansinger.

And what did Inspiration tell us, long before this conclusion was made?

The salads are prepared with oil and vinegar, fermentation takes place in the stomach, and the food does not digest, but decays or putrefies; as a consequence, the blood is not nourished, but becomes filled with impurities, and liver and kidney difficulties appear.—Letter 9, 1887. Counsels on Diet and Foods, p. 345, par. 6.

The testimony is clear: it’s best that we let it alone, and make our own… dressings, that is :-)

May God’s sheep continue to follow the Shepherd’s voice.