Christmas Kale Salad

Ali Segersten Dec 18, 2013 5 comments

I wanted to share this scrumptious holiday kale salad with you. It makes the perfect potluck dish to share with friends and family this season. I know I've been quite absent on my blog for the past 6 months or so. The reason for this is that we got a book deal with a publisher last spring, thanks to our wonderful agent, Celeste Fine! (I'll explain more about the new books soon.) We've had numerous deadlines to meet, and, therefore, I have not been able to spend much time here. Hopefully, you will see more recipes popping up in your inbox periodically, but in the meantime, please enjoy this fresh, flavorful, holiday kale salad!
 

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Ali Segersten

Alissa Segersten holds a Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition from Bastyr University and a Master’s of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States. She is a Functional Nutritionist, the mother of five children, a whole foods cooking instructor, professional recipe developer, and cookbook author. She is passionate about helping others find a diet that will truly nourish them. Alissa is the author of two very popular gluten-free, whole foods cookbooks and guidebooks: The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook and Nourishing Meals. She is also the co-author of The Elimination Diet book.

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Professionally looking photos!

Thank you for posting this delicious recipe. Made it last night and the kids LOVED it too - the 4 of us finished it to the last little leaf...

Replaced the dried Cranberries & Pecans (which I didn't have in the house) with "Made In Nature - Antioxidant Fusion" & toasted Almonds.

The dressing is amazing.

Happy Holidays.
Ruth

Just say Kale and I come running.
Beautiful!!
Peace & Raw Health,
Elizabeth

Sounds delicious!!
If you are not using organic kale, be sure to soak it well , as conventional kale is reported (by ewg.org) to have significant pesticide residue, which doesn't rinse off with a casual run under the fawset.

Ohh.. its so good to hear from you again!!! Shall make this for my Christmas table on Xmas day!

Happy Holidays to you all!

Laura B

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