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Title: Salads To Go
Author: Arnel Ricafranca
Publisher: Published August 26th 2013 by Workout Series
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Salads To Go 7 Delicious Salad Recipes Made For On The Go Convenience If you are like me, you probably have a busy lifestyle to keep up with which makes eating healthy pretty difficult.   We all know that a good hearty salad is good for you.  However, due to everyones busy demanding schedules, finding the time to prepare a good salad isn't always possible. Yes, you can get sa Salads To Go 7 Delicious Salad Recipes Made For On The Go Convenience If you are like me, you probably have a busy lifestyle to keep up with which makes eating healthy pretty difficult.   We all know that a good hearty salad is good for you.  However, due to everyones busy demanding schedules, finding the time to prepare a good salad isn't always possible. Yes, you can get salad in many fast food restaurants; unfortunately, most fast food salads are either not fresh, contains processed fillers, or their dressing contains more calories than their burgers.   What most people don't know is that many fast food restaurants actually spray their salads with a substance made of propylene glycol to make their lettuce and other vegetables appear fresh, when they could actually be up to 3 days old!  So all these reasons really defeat the purpose of trying to eat healthy. Lucky for you, I am about to reveal an ingenious way to prepare a tasty, mouth watering and healthy salad in a mason jar that can last for up to 7 days - without the unwanted chemical spray.

30 review for Salads To Go

  1. 4 out of 5

    Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*

    I love salads. I love salad variety. I love bringing salads to work. I love eating salads at work. So I love the concept behind this book. Seriously though, it's not long, it's more like a sample, but I have never heard of this layering technique and it's just awesome. I love the recipes too, as they're so varied and use common enough ingredients but the flavor would be great. Each layer recipe includes the ingredients for the dressing that accompanies it. Yum. As another reviewer mentioned, not I love salads. I love salad variety. I love bringing salads to work. I love eating salads at work. So I love the concept behind this book. Seriously though, it's not long, it's more like a sample, but I have never heard of this layering technique and it's just awesome. I love the recipes too, as they're so varied and use common enough ingredients but the flavor would be great. Each layer recipe includes the ingredients for the dressing that accompanies it. Yum. As another reviewer mentioned, not sure how some of the meats would hold up for hours on end, but I think fine. Depends on how you store your lunch - something insulated to hold it would keep it fresh longer. A lot of people bring their lunch and put it in the work fridge. Leaving meat on it for a few hours in the open wouldn't bother me, but it would have been a good mention. The Honey Balsamic Salad sounds especially delicious with the chopped steak, garlic, and avocado...some mixes you wouldn't think would go together ordinarily; but I do have to wonder what Orange Pepper is? Really these all look yummy.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tammy l Fernsler

    Healthy Eats I enjoyed the recipes in here . Thank you for sharing Enjoy and good eats God Bless Thank you Tammy

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gisela Hausmann

    Healthy, practical, environmentally friendly (the mason jars can be cleaned in the dishwasher) ... what's not to like? I really appreciated the idea of bypassing restaurants, which obviously have to treat their salads somehow to hinder that the salad wilts or goes bad. I also liked the author's layering concept, as well as the photos/graphics how the individual layers are prepared. However, I am having issues with the fact that according to the author meat (e.g. pepperoni, cooked ham, chicken etc Healthy, practical, environmentally friendly (the mason jars can be cleaned in the dishwasher) ... what's not to like? I really appreciated the idea of bypassing restaurants, which obviously have to treat their salads somehow to hinder that the salad wilts or goes bad. I also liked the author's layering concept, as well as the photos/graphics how the individual layers are prepared. However, I am having issues with the fact that according to the author meat (e.g. pepperoni, cooked ham, chicken etc should be combined with the salad. What about if people have a one hour commute (which is not extraordinary in certain parts of the country) and may work for 5 hrs before they have the opportunity to eat their lunch? That would mean that the meat and the salad are together in the jar for at least 5 hrs? Is that ok? I don't know but I would liked to hear an answer to that question. That being said, I would be fine with transporting them in two different glass jars. The book could also be a bit longer, but it is a very interesting, healthy, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solution. Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ronda Tutt

    There are a few things that drew me to this book, one being that it was a free download and two, the book over caught my eye. Well I am pretty glad I downloaded this book. It is a short booklet with some good perpetration procedures regarding salads. I like the idea of storing the salads in a jar and the neat trick of using a paper tow at top to help gather the excess moisture. Also I actually learned something - the veggies you buy at fast food places are not fresh. They are sprayed with a chem There are a few things that drew me to this book, one being that it was a free download and two, the book over caught my eye. Well I am pretty glad I downloaded this book. It is a short booklet with some good perpetration procedures regarding salads. I like the idea of storing the salads in a jar and the neat trick of using a paper tow at top to help gather the excess moisture. Also I actually learned something - the veggies you buy at fast food places are not fresh. They are sprayed with a chemical to make them look fresh. The reason for the 3 star rating is that there were no nutrition count of calories, carbs, etc... for any/each salad presented. This book has the potential to be a keeper on the shelf if more info was added and more recipes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    I have been trying to adapt to a healthier lifestyle, and as a result I have stumbled across several different recipes for Mason jar salads. This book was a great find because it shows pictures of how the salads should properly be layered, which makes a huge difference (for instance, the dressing should always go on the bottom so the other ingredients don't get all soggy). I like how it's on my Kindle so I can just pull it up whenever I'm at the grocery store.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Agnieszka

    Not one of my favorites - I expected much more. Out of the seven recipes three are variations of those already introduced. The genaral idea is very interesting (the only reason this book got more than one 1*) but it's not very well edited (some typos & the spacing between sentences is varying but appears to be mostly more than one space - not really grave but distracting for me) and one or two parts announced in the introduction didn't appear at all.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marj Cinqualbres

    Great lunch box ideas What a neat way to have salads at lunch at work or school without paying more than they're worth. If you're worried about transporting glass bottles you can always put these in plastic ones or use those plastic zipper bags (the dressing would be mixed in on the way to work or school) and include a paper plate or bowl.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    Good Good recipes but why am I forced to give a comment. Very annoying. Don’t appreciate this goodreads. Please remove this mandatory option

  9. 5 out of 5

    Penney

    Very good.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deirdre

    Interesting and helpful but short Would love to have about 20-25 more recipes to try but a fun way to eat more greens for working people.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

    It easy to understand instructions, creative use for mason jars

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rozi Horn

    Simple straight to the point A very quick rate. With very good recipes on how to make salads to go. It is a must read and I must try for the recipes

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Quick read This book had some nice Homemade salad recipes and good ideas for vegetable combinations to compose salads. I think I will try most of them.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Huong

    useful tips for veggie lovers

  15. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    Dressing This is a good cook book for some new dressing ideas. Easy to veganize all the salads by either omitting or substituting items.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

    AWESOME IDEA! We've been making these for about a month now for my husband and daughter! They LOVE them! We bought 24 oz Styrofoam cups and lids because glass jars and high school don't mix! They fit in my daughters backpack water bottle holder just perfectly and she is eating a healthy delicious lunch that she helps prepare! GREAT tastes, easy ingredients and preparation, awesome idea!

  17. 5 out of 5

    ~Gen hearts books.~

    The book cover is appealing for people/salad lovers looking to prepare, eat or store fresh veggies in a different way. I love a good salad. I could have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I like the combination of flavors from the fresh veggies, so delicious.. I like that the salads in this book are kept in Mason jars for added freshness and convenience, just make them, and shake them (dressing is at the bottom) when you are ready to eat them. Smart, easy, affordable, I love it.... I'm a souther The book cover is appealing for people/salad lovers looking to prepare, eat or store fresh veggies in a different way. I love a good salad. I could have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I like the combination of flavors from the fresh veggies, so delicious.. I like that the salads in this book are kept in Mason jars for added freshness and convenience, just make them, and shake them (dressing is at the bottom) when you are ready to eat them. Smart, easy, affordable, I love it.... I'm a southern girl, and Mason jars bring fond memories of my grandma and the South. She used to make her own jams, jellies, preserves, and store them in Mason jars. She had lots of them. I always thought that was a smart way to reduce food waste. I haven't tried this method yet, but I will soon. I will be shopping for more Mason jars. One of my favorite parts of the book are the photos of the salads, and the fact that there are recipes for homemade salad dressings. That's much healthier than buying dressing from the store. Oh, I also like the tips on keeping the salads fresher for a longer time. I think now, I will stop ordering salads from fast food restaurants, they're not as healthy as you think they are (the book explains why). 'Salads To Go' is a good and helpful, short read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Cansler

    As a Southern girl who loves salads, whenever I saw the cover of this cookbook I was sold. Mason jars and delicious looking salads? Count me in! The step-by-step guide to building your mason jar salad is great! The helpful hints make all of the difference, and I cannot wait to put them to use. There is a lot of variety offered in this cookbook. And you can easily substitute these recipes to better fit your tastes. I'll be trying the Korean Sesame Salad very soon! I'm strange and prefer raw veggie As a Southern girl who loves salads, whenever I saw the cover of this cookbook I was sold. Mason jars and delicious looking salads? Count me in! The step-by-step guide to building your mason jar salad is great! The helpful hints make all of the difference, and I cannot wait to put them to use. There is a lot of variety offered in this cookbook. And you can easily substitute these recipes to better fit your tastes. I'll be trying the Korean Sesame Salad very soon! I'm strange and prefer raw veggies to cooked vegetables. I couldn't have found this cookbook at a better time! With summer coming, I'm sure everyone can find a delicious salad to pack for a picnic in the park or a busy day at work.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lorre Hopkins

    Excellent homemade salad dressing recipes The idea of layered salads in a jar is such a handy and clever idea for make ahead lunches. These recipes each have a different theme-such as Italian or Asian-and give you written instructions as well as visual instructions. The salad dressings are made with simple ingredients but all sound delicious. This book is worth it for the salad dressing recipes alone, but then you get the bonus of the different layered salad recipes. This is definitely a book wor Excellent homemade salad dressing recipes The idea of layered salads in a jar is such a handy and clever idea for make ahead lunches. These recipes each have a different theme-such as Italian or Asian-and give you written instructions as well as visual instructions. The salad dressings are made with simple ingredients but all sound delicious. This book is worth it for the salad dressing recipes alone, but then you get the bonus of the different layered salad recipes. This is definitely a book worth reading. It is short and only took me a few minutes and I didn't feel overwhelmed by a bunch of recipes I'll never try. Each one is a keeper!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lorinda Hayes

    For those who want to try the Mason jar salad thing (which I love, btw), this is a great little guide book for Kindle that cost next to nothing, and includes several healthy combinations for those days when you just can't think straight as to what to put in that jar. The big plus are the fresh salad dressing recipes--per portion, not enough to feed an army--that are an alternative to the stuff in a bottle if you are seeking to eat clean. Yes, they do last five days. Honest. No wilt. Great taste.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bookmom

    Instructions on how best to create your own fresh salads in a mason jar that will last for days. After the basic instructions the reader is provided with 7 salads, including homemade dressings which, I consider, to be the best thing next to the instructions. This is one incredibly short “book” and if I hadn’t gotten it for free, I’m pretty sure I would have felt that I’d paid too much for it. But for free, yep, this is definitely worth getting your hands on, if nothing else the order of ingredien Instructions on how best to create your own fresh salads in a mason jar that will last for days. After the basic instructions the reader is provided with 7 salads, including homemade dressings which, I consider, to be the best thing next to the instructions. This is one incredibly short “book” and if I hadn’t gotten it for free, I’m pretty sure I would have felt that I’d paid too much for it. But for free, yep, this is definitely worth getting your hands on, if nothing else the order of ingredients in order to keep your To Go salads fresh.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    Very short but I think that is good. You read the first section and it basically tells you everything you need to know in a short space. Then the rest of the pages are the author's favorite recipes (maybe combinations would be more accurate). Each one also tells how to mix up a home-made dressing as well. Good to keep in mind and reference in the future. I will be experimenting with this idea right away.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    Not bad, actually quite helpful I chose this because of the ratings and reviews I saw; as well as, I want to use cheap but healthy alternatives. I'm a busy full time college student so learning the basics of how to prepare easy meals that are good for you and inexpensive was a help. I never knew how to prevent the sogginess or that fast food chains spray the food with chemicals to preserve it.....

  24. 4 out of 5

    TeLisa DeBerry

    Nice but breif I rated it 4 out of 5 because although it is very nice and we'll put together, it would have been even better had the included the benefits of each and every ingredient, ( assuming the salads are in fact healthy and not just delicious) other than that I'm excited to try the salads!

  25. 4 out of 5

    pamela

    Awesome Absolutely adore this book. My family and I are salad junkies and I am super busy so don't really have time to make em these salads are awesome throw em in a jar and go. Making them this way ensures me that my family is eating at least one healthy meal thru out the day.. thank you for publishing...

  26. 4 out of 5

    sue ann vanderpool

    This is a few years to late. I have retired. This is a few years to late. I have retired. Lunch away from home and it is better than a salad bar with out preserving chemicals. It also keeps the lettuce and vegetables from becoming limp and brown. I think I will use this when I have friends over for lunch.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Melody Johnson

    YAY!Salad in a fun new way! So I have been getting bored with my salad. But I have been short on time lately. I needed something to be efficient but not end up tossing a whole bag of salad away. With this mason jar method, I can now have no excuse for more veggies. Thank you for writing this book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Gloria

    On point This book is good it is not a big deal w nice pics and easy to read no bs just right in the middle! looking for something quick? Dont have to scroll all the way through 30pages of introduction. Ingredients are everyday ingredients nothing fancy we can fond them anywhere. Overall to me is an A+

  29. 5 out of 5

    certera

    Salads to go on the go:) This book is a time and energy saver, full of flavor ingredients!. Salads can get boring sometimes but eating a salad from a jar kicks it up notch some how. By the way, don't be afraid of trying some tuna, or tofu in place of meat if you prefer. Eat healthy, cop

  30. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Williams

    Mason jar salads Mason jar salads loved it. great looking salads. I'll definitely try these. a great idea. a wonderful way to bring your salad and have it easy and fresh!

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