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Salad dressings

Artichoke and celery salad
Artichoke and tomato salad with basil vinaigrette
Asparagus and spinach salad
Avocado aspic salad
Baby carrot salad with chives
Barley salad
Barley, tomato and corn salad
Balsamic potato salad
Basic cucumber salad
Basic potato salad
Bean sprout salad
Bean and pepper salad
Beef salad with pickles, tomatoes and celery
Beet salad
Beets and portobello mushroom salad
Black bean and bell pepper salad
Ceasar salad
Cauliflower salad with radish
Chicken and potato salad with herb dressing
Chicken salad and avocados with pomegranate dressing

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There are really very few rules for what defines a salad.
It can be either hot or cold. It is not the lettuce. Many salads do not have lettuce, however most salads have dressing.
The selection of salad ingredients should be dependent upon the seasons. In the winter it could be roasted beets with goat cheese and pine nuts, and in the summer, asparagus Mimosa, figs and fennel for fall.
The feature I really like about salads is that it allows to be sponteneous and creative.

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