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Simple Salad with Persian Cucumbers

I’ve been eating a lot of simple salads lately. Some with mixed lettuces, some with seaweed, and some with different kinds of cucumbers and tomatoes. Today’s recipe uses Persian Cucumbers (very tasty), and Heirloom mini tomatoes (I love Heirlooms). Hope you like it.

1-2 Persian Cucumbers (tips cut off, and chopped into small pieces)
1 large handful of mini Heirloom tomatoes (chopped in halves)
1 ripe avocado (peeled, stoned, and chopped into pieces)
1 large handful of micro herbs (micro herbs are mixed sprouts that have grown to maturity-very popular)
1 handful edamame beans peeled (optional)
1-2T hemp seeds
about 1T of your favorite dried herbs (I used Bragg’s Sea Kelp Delight Seasoning)
Drizzle to taste Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (or you can substitute with Nama Shoyu, or your favorite light raw dressing)

That’s it. Just put all the ingredients into a bowl and give a good toss and eat! It’s filling, it’s nutritious, it’s simple, and it is YUMMO!



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