Created by the Association for Dressing and Sauces in 1992, National Salad Month (celebrated in May) encourages people to incorporate more salads into their daily food regimen. Tossing a quick salad for dinner or lunch can be an easy and creative way to encourage healthy eating habits and get all the components of a balanced meal, especially by adding ingredients like nuts, grains and proteins.
Here are some books and ebooks available with your Livingston Library card to help you find a variety of salad menus, and creative inspiration to make that next salad.
Around The World In 120 Salads : Fresh, Healthy, Delicious by Katie Caldesi
Food52 Mighty Salads 60 New Ways to Turn Salad into Dinner by Editors of Food52
Healthy And Hearty Salads : Substantial Main Courses For Every Season by Caroline Hofberg
Lunchbox Salads More than 100 Fast, Fresh, Filling Salads for Every Weekday by Naomi Twigden & Anna Pinder
Salad Freak : Recipes To Feed A Healthy Obsession by Jess Damuck
Salad In A Jar : 68 Recipes For Salads And Dressings by Anna Helm Baxter
Saladish A Crunchier, Grainier, Herbier, Heartier, Tastier Way with Vegetables by Ilene Rosen & Donna Gelb
-Archana, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian