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What is ANY WAY salad?

Salad Definition:

-. There are several common salad ingredients which may be used in combination of:

- Green salads - mostly made with a type of lettuce as a base ingredient - the added elements could be raw vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, eggs, cheese, etc. 

These are usually covered with a dressing that is based on mayonnaise (disinfection) or base oil (vinaigrette)

- Vegetable Salad - sometimes made only with raw vegetables, but more often with blanched vegetables (to soften a bit), fruits (except dried) is rarely added, but nuts and cheese are common.
 
- Lettuce - This type of salad is generally composed of a variety of salads (which there are many). Most people prefer these dress with a simple dressing to release the flavors of lettuce.

- Fruit salads - are versatile they can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack - virtually anytime at all. A fruit salad can be as simple as using a few different boxes of canned fruit as a fruit cocktail or if time permits - a fresh fruit salad with seasonal fruit can be made.

- Salads fish / seafood - For those of us who live inside - seafood salads are a treat - but with all the canned and frozen varieties available, this should not be the case. A little crab meat, even imitation crab can be added to a green salad or pasta for a more elegant meal.

- Salad full meal - adding some bits of meat left, eggs or cheese (protein) can be a salad meal itself. Some countries have done for centuries - like the antipasto salad Italy.

- Pasta salad - pasta salads have come a long way from just eat cold mac and cheese. By adding vegetables and sauces, they can become a great dish for barbecues, family gatherings and picnics.

You can also create fantastic combinations using only vegetable scraps sitting in the refrigerator or you can go extreme and prepare an exotic fruit salad.
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