Pretty In Pink Salad

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John Hughes would have approved of this gorgeous salad that gets its brilliant color from phytonutrient-rich beets, carrots pistachios and cherries. The beets cause the jicama to take on a lovely pink color, thus the cheesy raw food recipe name.  Regardless of the silly name, try this dish. It works well as a typical salad or as a beautiful filling for wraps.  If you want to add a little spice to the salad, watermelon radish gives it a little kick and extra visual flare.

Ingredients:
1/4 cup cherries, halved and pitted
1/4 cup jicama, julienne cut
1/4 cup beet, julienne cut
1/4 cup carrots, julienne cut
1 tablespoon chives, chopped (reserve some for garnish if desired)
1-2 tablespoons raw pistachios, roughly chopped
1-2 tablespoons Ginger Lime Dressing

Toss all ingredients except pistachios well. Top with pistachios and serve immediately.

This recipe is one of the delicious, healthy meals you will learn to make if you choose to join me in the 8 week course Rocking Body Revolution.

This course teaches you to incorporate the benefits of raw food into any healthy eating style so that you can eat the foods you love in a way that helps your body stay healthy, sexy, and strong.  Contact me for more information or check out the site for yourself.  You’ll learn all my tips and tricks for creating menu plans, and I understand the challenge that presents!  Feeding my family my family means meals that work for everything from a raw foodists to a meat & potato man!  It can be done on a dime, an impacted schedule and still include social life.  Learn how today.

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