Garden Salads That Usually Include Lettuce, Hard Boiled Egg, Tomato, Avocado & Bacon

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Certain types of garden salads use lettuce, boiled eggs, tomatoes, avocado and bacon as primary ingredients. Learn about garden salads that traditionally include lettuce, boiled eggs, tomatoes, avocado and bacon with help from a health director and executive vice president of Juiceateria in this free video clip.

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Hi there, I'm Chelsea Silverman, executive vice president and health director, here at Juiceateria, and I am so excited to share with you an awesome garden salad that is so easy to make in minutes. So, what it includes is, avocado of course, our healthy deliciousness, our carrots, lettuce, tomato, onion, fresh peppers, and sliced cucumbers and some hemp seeds for some protein. So, we're going to go ahead and first take our lettuce. We'll chop it up real fine, we can put aside what doesn't serve us, um this is going to be so crunchy and refreshing. and just throw it into your bowl. It's a beautiful array of colors, you've got some dark lettuce and some light. We're going to take our peppers and these are already sliced, but we'll just chop them up a little bit finer both ways. These are nice and yellow, they'll add very nice color to our garden salad. And we'll do the same thing with our cucumber, it's almost like a chopped garden salad, less work for you to do when you eat it. Throw all that in, move it around, so the colors go throughout. We'll do some raw red onion, does not only add color, but it adds a lot of flavor and some stinkiness. But it's good, onions are great for your cells. And our tomato, we can slice that bad boy up, move everything else out of the way. So, the tomato, you can either slice like this, but I'm going to chop it up. So that it matches all the other veggies that we have going on, in our awesome garden salad. Tomatoes are great, full of lycopene and very refreshing at the same time. And I'm going to save our avocado for right now, we'll slice this in half, take out the pit, toss that. And I'm going to slice the avocado in it's skin with a smaller knife to be safe, for those of you at home. And I'll disregard the brown spots, because we can't always get what we want with avocados. And take our spoon and weave it out with your spoon, and you have some nice avocado slices. We're going to take the carrots, I save the carrots for last because I'm kind of dorky and I like to make, make symbols with my carrots, especially when they're like this. Or, typically, I'll do like a heart or something. And I'm going to actually fill the heart with the avocado and get creative, like that, as much as I can. And then, you can also, if you want more carrot, make other little designs, I'll do circles. Makes it fun, it makes it fun to eat, it makes it look pretty, dirty job, but somebody's got to do it, grab my little napkin here. And lastly, our protein. So, we'll take a tablespoon's worth of your hemp seeds. This is a plant based protein and they're very high in your omega threes and your omega sixes. So, it's really good to incorporate. And if you sprinkle it on top, makes it look really nice, do a little bit inside your heart, you have a hemp heart, and voilà. So, here you have it, a fresh garden salad with avocado and fresh veggies. Now, if you'd like some more flavor or texture, feel free to go ahead, add hard boiled egg, bacon, whatever floats your boat. I like to eat raw vegan, so I don't like to put any of that into my salads. But this is a great way to eat it, just put on a great dressing and voilà. Soy free, wheat free, gluten free, amazing, and be happy, be healthy.

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