After so much washing, chopping and tossing, it’s a shame when a salad turns out soggy. Don’t let your efforts go to waste—follow this advice to keep even the most delicate greens and leaves crisp and delicious.
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Quote of the day:
“The secret of feeding a healthy family is to love good food, trust yourself and share that with your children.”
I know some people think it’s wrong to hide veggies in kids’ food—that we should teach them to savor greens instead. My response to this is, “If you can get your child to savor veggies, rock on! But please don’t judge the rest of us who are sneakin’ ‘em in when and where we can, because plan A (a four-year-old savoring steamed spinach with garlic and shallots), didn’t, uh, quite work out.
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