Lettuce Celebrate National Salad Month: Books At Your Library

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 Asian Salads : 72 Inspired Recipes From Vietnam, China, Korea, Thailand And India by Maki Watanabe The Complete Salad Cookbook : A Fresh Guide To 200 Vibrant Dishes Using Greens, Vegetables, Grains, Proteins, And More by America’s Test Kitchen Food52 Mighty Salads 60 New Ways to Turn Salad into Dinner by Editors of Food52 Good Housekeeping Super Salads : 70 Fresh And Simple Recipes  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 Days : Boost Your Health And Happiness With 75 Simple, Satisfying Recipes For Greens, Grains, Proteins, And More by Amy Pennington 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 Salad Love : 260 Crunchy, Savory, And Filling Meals You Can Make Every Day by David Bez Saladish A Crunchier, Grainier, Herbier, Heartier, Tastier Way with Vegetables by Ilene Rosen & Donna Gelb -Archana, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian