Lettuce, Tomato, and Avocado Salad

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In this video, raw food chef and author Jennifer Cornbleet shows you how to use avocado to create a delicious no-dressing-needed salad. This is one of the many meal-in-a-minute recipes that you’ll find in her best-selling books Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People and Raw for Dessert.

A fresh, delicious salad is a wonderful way to incorporate more raw food into your diet. In this how-to video, Jennifer Cornbleet demonstrates how to combine three simple ingredients to make a creamy, crunchy flavorful salad in just five minutes.

Jennifer will introduce you to an easy-to-use mesclun salad mix and show you how to use a salad spinner to quickly ready it for serving. Mesclun is a flavorful pre-mixed combination made up of young greens such as baby spinach, baby arugula, frisée, and dandelion.

The soft pliant leaves are an interesting alternative to crunch iceberg and Romaine lettuces and pair beautifully with Roma tomatoes, the second ingredient in the recipe. In Jennifer’s demonstration, you’ll see that all that is required is a quick chop…no seeding needed.

The surprise in this salad is that no dressing is required. The avocado becomes creamy when you gently massage it into the lettuce, and once you add lemon and salt, you have all the great flavor and texture you could want. Jennifer shows you how to peel and chop and avocado, which provides healthy fat with lots of flavor.

A splash of lemon or lime, and salt (if desired) round out the recipe which Jennifer will show you how to plate for maximum eye appeal.

This salad really is simple, and it’s simply perfect anytime you need a nutritious and satisfying lunch you can put together quickly.

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