It's easy going green, so blaze away on salads

If you're not a fan of vegetables, an inventive salad is a good way to make inroads into your recommended intake of five daily portions of fruit and veg.

20th August, 2005

If you're not a fan of vegetables, an inventive salad is a good way to make inroads into your recommended intake of five daily portions of fruit and veg.

In the past, salads had little to offer in the way of exciting fodder. They consisted of a classic English or iceberg lettuce, tomato and cucumber, to which was added a hard-boiled egg and a slice of ham.

However, an increase in the availability of diverse...

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