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January 5, 2017

Bragg Recipe for Raw Beet Salad

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Bragg Recipe for Raw Beet Salad

Bragg offers delicious vegetarian recipes in its ‘Vegetarian Health Recipes’ book.

Try this delicious Raw Beet Salad recipe

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Recipe on Page 29 in ‘Vegetarian Health Recipes Bragg’ book

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Great Recipes for the New Year!

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September 23, 2016

Avocado and Tomato Salad Bowl

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Avocado and Tomato Salad Bowl

avocado with tomato

Bragg Vegetarian Health Recipes Click here

Ingredients:
2 Tbsps Bragg Organic Olive Oil
3 Tbsbs fresh lemon juice
4 tomatoes, cut into eighths
2 ripe avocados, chop
1 clove garlic, mash
2 cups mixed lettuce greens
shake of Bragg Sprinkle
1/2 bunch of watercress
Bragg Ginger & Sesame Dressing (to taste)

Pour olive oil, Bragg Sprinkle, garlic and lemon juice over tomatoes, and chill.
Cut avocados lengthwise in half, remove pit, and chop.
Toss salad greens with tomatoes and avocados. Add Ginger & Sesame Dressing (to taste).

Serves 2-4.

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September 22, 2016

Bragg Famous Raw Salad

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Bragg Famous Raw Salad

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Dr. Patricia with Melissa from Karma Chow

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August 20, 2013

Dr. Patricia Bragg Health Crusading to Millions!

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Dr. Patricia Bragg Health Crusading to Millions

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August 15, 2011

PEAR and GRAPE SALAD

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6 lettuce leaves
6 pear halves, fresh or canned
1½ lbs organic seedless grapes, of your choice
2 oz soy yogurt
2 oz soy cheese or soft tofu

Cover salad plates with lettuce leaves. Place a pear half on each leaf, flat side up. Blend soy cheese or soft tofu with soy yogurt; generously spread on pears. Cut grapes into halves and arrange flat side-down on the covered pear (close
together to resemble a bunch of grapes).

Serves 6.

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August 3, 2011

BLACK BEAN SALAD

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1 cup black beans
2 cloves garlic, mince
½ red bell pepper, chop
1 small chili pepper, mince
½ cup green onions, chop
1 cup fresh or frozen corn
2 Tbsps fresh lemon juice
2 Tbsps Bragg Organic Olive Oil
shake of Bragg Sprinkle
shake of Bragg Kelp
1 tsp Bragg Liquid Aminos
Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar (to taste)
Optional: chopped cilantro, apples and avocado slices (if desired)

Soak beans overnight.  Drain well, rinse and cover with distilled water. Cook for 45 minutes or until tender. Drain well and save liquid for soup. Cool and mix beans with all ingredients. Make dressing with lemon juice, olive oil and Liquid Aminos. Mix thoroughly and add vinegar to taste. Top with chopped cilantro, apples and avocado slices as desired.

Serves 4.

To find out more about Bragg Vegetarian Health Recipes visit our website: www.bragg.com
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June 8, 2011

Bragg Famous Raw Garden Salad

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NOTE: Inspired by “Julie and Julia,” I will publish as many recipes as possible from our “Vegetarian Health Recipes For Super Energy & Long Life to 120!” book. Enjoy!

BRAGG FAMOUS RAW GARDEN SALAD

2 stalks celery
slice ½ cup alfalfa or sunflower sprouts
½ bell pepper & seeds
chop 2 spring onions & green tops
chop ½ cucumber
slice ½ cup red cabbage
chop 2 carrots
grate 3 medium tomatoes
1 raw beet
grate 1 turnip
grate 1 cup green cabbage
chop 1 ripe avocado
Bragg Vinaigrette or Ginger & Sesame Dressing

Dice avocado and tomato and serve in separate bowl for topping. Chop, slice or grate all veggies fine to medium for a variety in size. Mix veggies and serve on bed of romaine, butter or leaf lettuce. For variety add raw zucchini, greenbeans, peas, radishes, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, etc. Serves 4-6.

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June 5, 2011

CABBAGE SALAD BOWL

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CABBAGE SALAD BOWL

½ head cabbage, either red or green, or mixed makes a colorful salad
add other veggies if desired
shake of Bragg Sprinkle
1 apple, core and chop
slice 1 red onion, mince
Bragg Ginger & Sesame Dressing

Slice cabbage. Add onion, apple, and any other veggies desired. Combine, add Sprinkle and Bragg Ginger Dressing.

Serves 2-4.

To find out more about Bragg Vegetarian Health Recipes visit our website: www.bragg.com
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June 2, 2011

Spring Salad Bowl

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Spring Salad Bowl

1 clove garlic
3 green onions, finely cut
1 large head of leaf lettuce
2 large ripe tomatoes, slice
½ cup radishes, slice
1 cucumber, slice
½ cup carrots, grate
2 celery stalks, chop
Bragg Ginger & Sesame or Organic Vinaigrette Dressing (to taste)

Rub salad bowl with garlic clove cut in half. Wash and dry
head of lettuce thoroughly, separating and tearing to pieces
into bowl. Add radishes, carrots, celery and green onions. Slice
tomatoes and cucumbers, retaining the skins: skins are not
only nutritious, but colorful when serving. Use Bragg Ginger
& Sesame Dressing or Organic Vinaigrette Dressing. Serves 4.

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May 10, 2011

CARROT, APPLE, RAISIN SALAD

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CARROT, APPLE, RAISIN SALAD

½ cup fresh or dried coconut
½ cup raw almonds,
¼ cup fresh lemon or orange juice
3-4 apples, core, chop
grate ½ cup raisins or currants
slice (optional) 4 cups carrots, grate
1¼ tsp raw honey

Mix carrots and apples with fresh lemon or orange juice and honey. Add coconut, almonds and raisins or currants.

Mix thoroughly. Serves 4-6.

To find out more about Bragg Vegetarian Health Recipes visit our website: www.bragg.com
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