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QUINOA Although looking similar to grains such as rice and couscous, quinoa is in fact a seed related to green leafy vegetables such as kale and Swiss chard. Its mild, nutty, grain-like texture is perfect for creating a superfood salad as it provides all nine essential amino acids our bodies can't produce themselves.


APESEED OIL


Half the saturated fat and ten times the omega-3 of olive oil, rapeseed is the perfect alternative to other oil-based dressings. Great at high temperatures, it can also be used in the frying pan – just make sure you go for a cold-pressed variety.


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SPINACH Spinach belongs to the highly- nutritional chenopodiaceae family along with beetroot, chard and quinoa. It’s rich with iron which helps the healthy function of red blood cells and is ideal mixed with other lettuce leaves for a more nutritional base to any salad.


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TURMERIC Turmeric has a deep, golden-orange colour and looks similar to ginger. This yellow pigment comes from curcumin which has several health promoting benefi ts attributed to anti- infl ammatory properties. Grate fresh root or sprinkle powder into homemade dressings for that golden glow.


WATERCRESS Watercress is great for boosting your immune system if you are suff ering from a summer cold. T is mineral rich leafy green off ers great bite to salads and its peppery tendencies work perfectly with oily fi sh.


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UDON NOODLES U T ese noodles are great for an Asian-inspired salad and are relatively


light on the calories. For even more nutrition, try using soba noodles that are made from buckwheat which is low on the glycemic index and helps to prevent rapid spikes in blood sugar.


skin and bone health. Try roasting them with a little oil and salt for 10 minutes for extra sweetness.


VINE TOMATOES Not only adding delicious sweetness to salads, vine tomatoes are packed full of vitamin C vital to good


YLITOL is a natural sugar produced by plants and is the perfect replacement for


refi ned sugars commonly used in sweet salad dressings.


YOGHURT Yoghurt is a great source of protein and calcium as well as being a great healthy alternative to using mayonnaise on salads. Use in dressing and sauces as well as dips, to sit alongside summer salads.


ZEST Lemon, lime and orange zest off ers vibrancy and freshness to salads and dressings. With immune-boosting properties and circulatory benefi ts, citrus fruits are one of the unsung superfoods.


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