Hi readers. Jeanne suggested I take a picture of this and post it. I’m not certain why. I just got sort of carried away making that salad and as always, it turned out toothsome.
Spinach, bean sprouts, frozen grapes, frozen cranberries, sesame seeds, chopped celery, celery seed, chopped carrots and sweet peppers, raw peanuts and snow peas [chopped]. Dressing is rice vinegar and olive oil with a dose of minced garlic and some ginger.
Takes a lot to fill the void, but the sour from the cranberries discourages over indulging. Not unpleasantly, but insistently. This one made two meals, second one as appealing as the first.
Looks good to me, except for the peanuts. Peanuts contain mico-toxins. I don’t use peanut butter, but instead, I use almond butter. Almonds are tree nuts and peanuts are legumes that grow under ground and get infected with mold. I use to grow peanuts in my garden until I found out they are not good for me.
Hi DizzyDick: Almond butter’s good. I figure on buying some almonds sometime, making some almond butter. But peanuts work okay for me. Gracias, J