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Using buttermilk is a good way to thicken dressings without having to use much oil.

Using buttermilk is a good way to thicken dressings without having to use much oil.

Chef's Salad with Turkey, Avocado, and Jack Cheese Recipe

Chef's Salad with Turkey, Avocado, and Jack Cheese

See the "Chopped Salad with Spicy Pork and Buttermilk Dressing" in our Quick Main-Course Salad Recipes gallery

Chopped Salad with Spicy Pork and Buttermilk Dressing

See the "Chopped Salad with Spicy Pork and Buttermilk Dressing" in our Quick Main-Course Salad Recipes gallery

Roasted-Chicken Bread Salad with Peas | Martha Stewart Living - Winner winner, chicken (bread salad) dinner! Toasted rustic bread soaks up the precious roast chicken juices, and green peas, sugar snap peas, and pea shoots add the perfect amount of freshness and crunch.

Roasted-Chicken Bread Salad with Peas | Martha Stewart Living - Winner winner, chicken (bread salad) dinner! Toasted rustic bread soaks up the precious roast chicken juices, and green peas, sugar snap peas, and pea shoots add the perfect amount of freshness and crunch.

Romaine Salad with Crispy Prosciutto and White Beans

Romaine Salad with Crispy Prosciutto and White Beans

This sophisticated salad with white beans and Italian ham is minutes away. Drain and rinse cup of Randall Great Northern White Beans and turn a simple salad into a meal.

Sunshine Kale Salad with eggs, avocado, and pomegranate. Whole 30 compliant.

Sunshine Kale Salad with eggs, avocado, and pomegranate. Whole 30 compliant.

Autumn Chopped Salad (YUMMM!!!!) Pears, cranberries, pecans, turkey bacon, poppy seed dressing...all things I love!!

Autumn Chopped Salad (YUMMM!!!!) Pears, cranberries, pecans, turkey bacon, poppy seed dressing...all things I love!!

Chicken Salad with Lemon-Yogurt Dressing

Chicken Salad with Lemon-Yogurt Dressing

White Bean Salad With Spicy Roasted Tomatoes and Broccoli

White Bean Salad With Spicy Roasted Tomatoes and Broccoli

A lunchtime bowl includes white beans and broccoli, two foods high in fiber, which can lower cholesterol and may help prevent diabetes. Tomatoes bring lycopene to the substantial salad. Return to Healthy Lessons in Lunch Menu.

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