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12 Leafy Greens: A Quick Guide

12 Leafy Greens: A Quick Guide When it comes to leafy greens you have many choices. We highlight 12 of the most commonly used leafy greens. What’s the difference in calories for arugula vs. spinach? Which leafy greens have a peppery taste? Which leafy greens are a good source of potassium? What leafy green is often used in Mediterranean cooking? Read our blog article or view this infographic to find the answers to these questions and more. #LeafyGreens

from Another Root

Roasted Brussels Sprout and Couscous Salad

Packed with dark leafy greens, crispy roasted brussels sprouts, fluffy couscous, creamy avocado and a super simple vinaigrette -- this Roasted Brussels Sprout & Couscous Salad is nutrient-dense, filling and delicious.

from Spend With Pennies

Cucumber Dill Salad with Lemon vinaigrette

We make this at least twice a week! Lemon Vinaigrette tossed with loads of fresh dill, cucumber, sweet onion and tender leafy lettuce makes the most perfect side salad. The dressing is fresh, easy and delicious ... and you likely have everything you need on hand!

from The Happy Foodie

Happy Pear House Salad with Pumpkin Seed and Parsley Pesto

The Happy Pear house salad with pumpkin seed and parsley pesto is a lovely fresh, light leafy meal that looks fantastic. The dressing is quite sweet and cuts through the bitterness of the radicchio and chicory perfectly. Quick, easy, delicious!

The Benefits of Going Green. Learn about the health benefits and nutrition of various greens and lettuce types. (Kale, Spinach, Endive, Romaine, etc.)
from Fresh Express 30 Day Salad Swap

The Benefits of Going Green

The Benefits of Going Green. Learn about the health benefits and nutrition of various greens and lettuce types. (Kale, Spinach, Endive, Romaine, etc.)

from Lemon Tree Dwelling

Tomato, Cucumber & Feta Salad

This Tomato, Cucumber & Feta Salad is fresh, flavorful, and SO delicious! It comes together quickly with just a handful of ingredients and is one of our favorite go-to salads for summer!


Your Basic Sautéed Greens

Kale, swiss chard, beet greens, spinach, collard greens, mustard greens, you name it, you can use it for this recipe. Dark leafy greens are so delicious and usually I eat them raw - whether it be a pesto dish, a salad, or chopped on top of pasta - but the cooked greens are so comforting, wintery and super dense.  Note: stick your greens in ice cold water to get the bugs off. Just a little trick I learned that I thought I would share. My organic greens from the farmer's market was full…

from Greatist

7 Summer Salads You'll Actually Want to Eat

6. Avocado, Strawberry, and Spinach Salad #healthy #salads


There are many health benefits behind eating nutritious leafy greens. Some of these foods may not be on your regular grocery list, but they taste great and your body will reap the benefits of these nutritious foods.