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Apple Cabbage Slaw Recipe

Next time you have a burger, try this crispy apple cabbage slaw on the side instead of fries. This easy, low fat slaw is only 55 calories per serving versus 380 calories for a side of fries.

Apple Gorgonzola Salad Recipe

Apples and Gorgonzola are a terrific match. Try this hearty salad filled with fall flavors for an easy lunch or light dinner. Sweet balsamic vinegar is spiced up with mustard for a tasty dressing.

Asian Cucumber Salad Recipe

Cucumber ribbons make a light side dish for your next fish, meat or poultry dinner. Garlic, ginger and sesame add loads of flavor without adding fat and calories.

Asian Salad Recipe

High in fiber and protein, our Asian salad is an easy recipe to prepare. Cabbage adds fiber you won't get from lettuce, and the ginger sesame dressing gives it an Eastern flavor.

Barley and Black Bean Salad Recipe

For a different spin on salad, try this low sodium recipe. With very little cholesterol, it packs in flavor with lime juice, Monterey Jack cheese and cilantro.

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Review Date: January 15, 2013
Reviewed By: Jane Schwartz, RD, Nutrition Editor, Baldwin Publishing.
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