“Blended salads” are a big thing in the raw foods community, but they totally have their place on an autoimmune-friendly, anti-inflammatory, Paleo-like diet. They’re a quick and easy way to meet your veggie quota. You could totally serve this recipe as a single-serving salad, but it’s so much easier to throw all the ingredients into a blender, you barely even have to chop them first! This works best if all of your ingredients are chilled, but you can also add ice if you like.
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- Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.