What to Eat This Week: Salads You’ll Actually Want to Eat

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Thanks to Ruby Tuesday’s salad bar, the word salad often calls to mind the image of a sad, soggy, ranch-soaked bed of romaine lettuce and shredded carrots. But we’re here to convince you that a salad can be a totally drool-worthy dinner item, despite what the damaging salad-bar experiences of your youth might’ve made you think. And not only are these salads totally Instagram-worthy, they’re also packed with protein and fiber to keep you full all night long. Enjoy, Be Wellers!






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  • jay

    hey adjua, where in the heck are you going to find tomatoes that look like that at this point in the year? I mean I have been faithfully reading this for the last couple months and had messed around with one or two of the recipes with mixed results but wrote it off to me. But I’m wondering now if you’ve tried to make the recipes you post, because there’s no way you’d get those results right now.