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Sure, at the beginning of the week it sounds great to have a big salad for lunch – but salad fatigue is absolutely real and I have it tried many different things to keep lunch interesting. I was thinking about preparing a meal with another bowl of tahini and lemon-clad vegetables as I stumbled over the salad guru that I never thought I would find – Jennifer Garner (Related: Healthy Food , we can not wait) Jennifer Garner's IG Cooking Show)
Jennifer Garner knows something about the interesting food: When she's not busy directing her new baby food brand, the actress and mother share four cooking tips as part of her "#PretendCookingShow" series on Instagram: blessings to all those who regularly have lunch on a bowl of vegetables, Garner shared her selection of salads that are not just delicacies, but cious is also remarkably good for one weekday working lunch.
Jennifer proves, but she is just like us, telling us that her salads were once "flabby carrot chips and too cold tomatoes". But it's her to develop a foolproof method for making salads that are filling, full of texture and long lasting (bye, withered iceberg). Garner prefers seasonal ingredients, but their formula always stays the same: fresh vegetables, raw vegetables, a mix of cereals or a hearty protein generous dose (similar to no-cook lunches that can replace your $ 20 salad) satisfying fats and just a splash of dressing.
The only thing we can find wrong here is their shape – Jen, sweetheart . Watching you cut this avocado in your hand makes me sweat. Did not you hear what happened to Joy Behar?
This story originally appears on CookingLight.com by Zee Krstic.