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    • Andrea Dewey

      Avoid soggy salads in your lunch box: heaviest ingredients on the bottom, then container of dressing, then greens on top. Eat out of the container.

    • Stacey Schlittenhard

      Avoid Soggy Lunch Salads

    • Jennifer Revenaugh

      Avoid Soggy Salads - Martha Stewart No more soggy salads for lunch. Here's how to pack healthful ingredients so they stay fresh, crisp, and cool. Arrange the heaviest items (we used chickpeas, sugar snap peas, cucumbers, carrots, and tomatoes) into a storage container first; then tuck in a small container of dressing and add lettuce on top. Place the whole thing in an insulated lunch sack with a cold pack. When hunger strikes, pour on the dressing, shake gently, and enjoy.

    • Rita Doyle

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    • Christy Smith

      Eat healthy everywhere: How tho avoid soggy salads by arranging the salad right with a cold pack and even a small container of dressing in it. Good for healthy food at work. - I lost 26 pounds from here EZLoss DOT com #products #fitness

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