The word ‘salad is about six hundred years old, and if you’re someone who learnt Latin at school, you might already know or realise that it comes from Latin, ‘sal’ meaning salt, and via various different transformations to meaning something which was salted, and probably vegetables which were dressed or maybe preserved like this.

My husband hates salad, so whenever he has salad garnish he moans about it, but I inherit it, so I don’t moan!

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Lettuce, pointy cabbage, tomatoes, cucumber, basil, Greek basil, sorrel, parsley, mixed seeds, roasted cashew nuts, roast peppers and tomatoes, sweet peppers, Greek olive oil

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Salad... last year's garden was delicious!

pickled mustard greens, avocado, tomato, read and yellow peppers, red onion, celery, cucumber, mixed nuts, chia seeds, flax seeds, carrot, olive oil

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