You Callin’ Me A Salad?! Summer Salad Series Wk 2!

Here we go people! Week two of salads!

Week 1 was great! It was ambitious! It was organized (mostly). It was full of variety!

And I think I took on a bit too much. I felt great eating salads each day, but giving myself the task of making a new, different salad each day was a bit much. I’ve realized that I just have too much going on to put that much pressure on myself. About salad.

But not to fear! We are learning as we go and pushing on! I am already feeling much better having more salad in my life, and will continue to have a salad each day for the entire month, but let’s make it easy for ourselves, shall we?

I will share 2-3 new salad recipes each week and include the recipes for your reference. The rest of the time you’re on your own. You can do it. Salad is not difficult. In fact, I’d love it if you’d share your salads with me! Everyone has their own perfect mix of greens and nuts, seeds, proteins…join me over on Facebook to tell me about your ideas and even share your pictures if you’d like. I’ll be over there too, sharing my daily salads. Doesn’t that sound like all the fun without all the stress?

And if you thought week 1 was good, get a load of this Thai noodle salad with satay chicken by Jamie Oliver. If this is salad, I don’t know what I’ve been doing all my life.

Here are my featured salads for the week. Please feel free to add your own favourites in the comment section below or over on Facebook. We’d all love to try them.

Summer Salad Series Week 2!

  1. Jamie Oliver’s Thai Noodle Salad with Satay Chicken
  2. Grilled Chicken Salad with Spinach and Cashews (source missing)
  3. Spinach Salad

Comments (5)

  • I look forward to your salad endeavours my friend 😀
    Bring on another delicious and healthy week!


  • Ohh that noodle salad looks so good! I am definitely making that!

    Well whaddya know, I have a salad packed up for lunch today…it has edamame, corn, red pepper, snow peas, canned salmon, and red onion…dressed with lemon juice and s+p. I just throw everything in there and hope for the best.

    • Sounds amazing! I complain about lunch salads regularly (ask my poor salad-loving co-workers) but I always feel better for eating them. Let me know how it goes!

  • I am so loving this salad series!

    • Thanks for your feedback, Ayngelina. I’m glad you’re enjoying it! Any favourites so far? Or old faithfuls from your kitchen?


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