Difference between revisions of "Salad"

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(Reworked entry to include non-green salads.)
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The "green salad" is most often composed of a mixture of uncooked [[vegetable]]s, built up on a base of [[leaf vegetable]]s such as one or more [[lettuce]] varieties, [[dandelion]], [[spinach]], or [[arugula]].  
 
The "green salad" is most often composed of a mixture of uncooked [[vegetable]]s, built up on a base of [[leaf vegetable]]s such as one or more [[lettuce]] varieties, [[dandelion]], [[spinach]], or [[arugula]].  
  
Other common vegetables in a green salad include [[cucumber]], [[green pepper|peppers]], [[mushroom]], [[onion]], [[Scallion|spring onion]], [[carrot]] and [[radish]].  Other food items such as [[pasta]], [[olive]]s, cooked [[potato|potatoes]], [[rice]], [[crouton]]s, meat (e.g. [[bacon]], [[chicken]]), [[cheese]], or fish (e.g. [[tuna]]) are sometimes added to salads.
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Other common vegetables in a green salad include [[cucumber]], [[green pepper|peppers]], [[mushroom]], [[onion]], [[Scallion|spring onion]], [[carrot]] and [[radish]].  Other food items such as [[pasta]], [[olive]]s, [[rice]], [[crouton]]s, meat (e.g. [[bacon]], [[chicken]]), [[cheese]], or fish (e.g. [[tuna]]) are sometimes added to salads.
  
 
==Other types of salads==
 
==Other types of salads==

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