Sunday 4 December 2016

Make your own inspirational salads

Published 26/08/2015 | 02:30

1. The Happy Pear Cookbook By David and Stephen Flynn. This cookbook shares stories from the first 10 years of healthy eating at The Happy Pear café in Greystones, Co Wicklow. Its salad chapter is bursting with vibrant ideas for ripe, crunchy salads (thehappypear.ie).

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2. Blazing Salads 2: Good Food Every Day by Lorraine Fitzmaurice. The follow up to the family's first Blazing Salads cookbook is packed with versatile and fuss-free recipes to increase your veg intake (blazingsalads.com).

3. The Extra Virgin Kitchen by Susan Jane White. It makes health food accessible through recipes (including quite a few for salads) that break free from our obsession with wheat, sugar and dairy (susanjanewhite.com).

4. Near & Far: Recipes Inspired by Home and Travel by Heidi Swanson. A natural food recipe journal by Heidi Swanson, one of the original and best food bloggers. Her latest cookbook, expected this autumn, shares 120 vegetarian recipes inspired by her travels and her everyday life (101cookbooks.com).

5. Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi. The ultimate in envy-enducing salad recipes, London-based Israeli-born chef Yotam Ottolenghi leads the way in Middle Eastern influenced salads that will really shake up your lunchboxes (ottolenghi.co.uk).

Make your own inspirational salads

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