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The Cranberry Spinach salad is both a fruit and veggie delight! Easy to prepare and a real pleasure to eat… truly enjoyable. Â Ingredients ForÂ 8Â people 1Â tablespoon(s)Â butter 3/4Â cup(s)Â almonds, blanched and slivered 16Â ounce(s)Â spinach, rinsed and torn into bite-size pieces 1Â cup(s)Â dried cranberries 2Â tablespoon(s)Â toasted sesame seeds 1Â tablespoon(s)Â poppy seeds 1/2Â cup(s)Â white sugar 2/3Â tablespoon(s)Â minced onion 1/4Â teaspoon(s)Â paprika 4Â tablespoon(s)Â white wine vinegar 1/4Â cup(s)Â cider vinegar 1/2Â cup(s)Â vegetable oil 1/2Â cup(s)Â goat cheese, crumbled Â Directions In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium heat. Cook and stir almonds in butter until lightly toasted. Remove from heat, and let cool. In a large bowl, combine the spinach with the toasted almonds and cranberries. In a medium bowl, whisk together the sesame seeds, poppy seeds, sugar, onion, paprika, white wine vinegar, cider vinegar, and vegetable oil. Toss with spinach just before serving, then sprinkle on cheese. Ready in 20 min Â Please upload photos of yours as a reply below once you have made it. (And any secret improvements you might want to share)
Guest posted a topic in TopicsFounded in 2013, Farmer’s FridgeÂ’s fresh salad machines, with salads starting at $7, are now in place across Milwaukee and ChicagoÂ–and the company is looking to expand. In one of his first jobs after college, Luke Saunders happened to take a sales job that required driving 1,000 miles a week through Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky. Dinner, most of the time, meant fast food. Lunch might be a bag of chips or a soggy burrito from a convenience store. Saunders realized there needed to be a better way to access healthy food anywhere. In 2013, he launched the first prototype of a solution: aÂ vending machine that would serve fresh salads, restocked daily, with kale, spinach, quinoa, and other vegetables, grains, and fruit layered neatly in glass jars. The first location, next to Dunkin Donuts and McDonaldÂ’s in a food court in downtown Chicago, was soon getting five-star reviews on Yelp. https://www.fastcompany.com/40549250/these-salad-vending-machines-have-become-one-of-chicagos-hot-lunch-spots