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The Ancient Summertime Vegetable Salad Recipe

Updated on June 21, 2016

A Very Healthy Side Dish

Salads, Fresh Vegetables, And Mankind

The colorful summertime salad that can be very flexible with the many different ingredients. A person can freely alternate with there choice of particular fresh vegetables to add into the summertime salad. Customarily it depends completely upon a persons personal preference to add only fresh vegetables that are previously in season or even whatever vegetables one currently has available. The Fresh summer time vegetables growing out in the fertile vegetable garden are always the very best choice. A tasty dill dressing will greatly complement and coat evenly on whatever healthy and fresh vegetables a person chooses to implement into the summertime salad recipe. Many salads and fresh vegetables have been consistently eaten since the days of the caveman. The vast range of many different wild animals were already consuming fresh vegetables that were found out in nature many years before the caveman. Eventually the caveman gained in much knowledge by simply watching the wild animals eating the fresh vegetables and started analyzing the possibility for mankind to consume the fresh vegetable as well. All of our human ancestors in the past often consumed many salads and fresh vegetables on a daily basis. Our human ancestors from the past didn't have any sodium-filled processed frozen dinners, they never consumed unhealthy frozen pizzas, processed parmesan cheese didn't even exist, the heavily processed macaroni and cheese dinner could not be found anyplace. The ancestors all grew very large vegetable gardens and consumed fresh vegetables from there fertile gardens religiously. On average, the majority of our ancestors food supply came directly from there fresh vegetable gardens. Mankind must never forget about where we as very forgetful human beings simply came from through the hard labor of all of our human ancestors.

Summertime Vegetable Salad

5 stars from 3 ratings of Vegetable Salad

The Salads Preparation Time

Prep time: 20 min
Ready in: 20 min
Yields: Serves Six People Two-Thirds Cup of Healthy Salad

The Ground Mustard Spice For The Salad Recipe

The Salads Crisp And Fresh Ingredients

  • One Cup Fresh Cauliflowerets
  • One Cup Fresh Baby Carrots
  • One Cup Fresh Red Onion, Finely Sliced
  • One Cup Small Grape Tomatoes, Halved
  • One Cup Crunchy Zucchini, Finely Chopped
  • Three Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Two Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • One Teaspoon Fresh Dill Weed
  • Half Of A Teaspoon Kosher Salt
  • Half Of A Teaspoon Ground Mustard Spice, Finely Ground
  • Half Of A Teaspoon Garlic Powder, Granulated
  • Fourth Of A Teaspoon Black Pepper, Finely Ground

For The Chef Working In The Kitchen

  1. In a very large salad bowl, combine in all of the healthy cauliflower, add the fresh baby carrots, add the sliced onion, add the juicy grape tomatoes, and then lastly add in the finely chopped zucchini.
  2. In a nice sized glass jar with a very tight-fiting lid, combine all of the remaining tasty ingredients into the glass jar; then simply shake the jar very well. Finally pour well blended mixture over the crunchy vegetables in large salad bowl and then hand toss to coat all of the vegetables very thoroughly.
  3. Cover up the large salad bowl and simply refrigerate for atleast two hours, while stirring occasionally. Finally serve the healthy salad recipe with a slotted spoon.

The Salad Recipes Nutritional Information

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: Two-Thirds Of A Cup
Calories 75
Calories from Fat45
% Daily Value *
Fat 5 g8%
Saturated fat 1 g5%
Carbohydrates 8 g3%
Sugar 0 g
Fiber 2 g8%
Protein 1 g2%
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 226 mg9%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

Healthy Baby Carrots

Health Benefits Of The Recipes Main Ingredients

The crunchy white cauliflower vegetable is loaded with many essential vitamins,vital minerals, important antioxidants, and many beneficial phytochemicals. In general, the fresh cauliflower vegetable will deliver vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B-six, magnesium, phosphorous, adequate levels of protein, dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, potassium, manganese, and even pantothenic acid. The fresh cauliflower vegetable has many medicinal purposes that commonly include boosting cognitive functioning, greatly reduces the aging process, protects the bodies inner organs, kills cancer stem cells, boost heart health, slows the growth of cancerous tumors, boost brain health, aids in digestion, improves memory, naturally detoxifies the body, greatly increases learning abilities, aids in the recovery of prostate cancer, reduces the risk of oxidative stress, has anti-inflammatory properties, kills off free radicals that typically cause cancer. Another type of fresh vegetable is the carrot and it's normally known as a root vegetable. A fresh carrot is classified scientifically as daucus carota and is highly enriched with many different essential minerals. Fresh carrots are loaded with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B-eight, beta carotene, antioxidant agents, and even abundant amounts of dietary fiber. Other common vital minerals typically found in fresh carrots will always include pantothenic acid, potassium, folate, manganese, iron, and copper. The many medicinal benefits associated with fresh carrots include reducing cholesterol levels, greatly prevents heart attacks, reduces the signs of aging, promotes healthy skin, improves digestion, increases cardiovascular health, boost immune system, naturally detoxifies the body, boost oral health, greatly improves cognitive functions in the human brain, improves gastrointestinal health, regulates blood sugar levels, improves the vision, fights off certain types of cancers, naturally has anti-septic qualities, can be used for laxatives, vermicides, and even used as a liver condition remedy. A fresh red onion is absolutely a powerhouse with many beneficial vitamins, good sources of minerals, and natural sulfur compounds. The fresh red onion contains folate, thiamine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin B-six. In general, the fresh red onion has many medicinal uses that commonly include preventing chronic diseases, prevents heart diseases, known to fight liver cancer cells, can be liberally applied on warts to aid in there complete disappearance, often used to treat acne, aids in weight loss, used as a natural blood thinner, and even can be used for a common cold, or bad cough remedy. The fresh red onion naturally contains sulfur compounds known as allyl propyl disulphide that drastically improves a individuals red blood cells. A fresh juicy red tomato is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin B-six, dietary fiber, potassium, beta carotene, antioxidants, alpha carotene, and healthy flavonoids. Others associated with the fresh tomato often include folate, copper, molybdenum, folic acid, lypaopene, phosphorus, manganese, lutein, niacin, and biotin. Several basic medicinal benefits that tomatoes normally offer are the lowering of hypertension, prevents urinary tract infections, lowers the risk of being diagnosed with diabeties, improves the eye sight, lowers the risk for heart disease, greatly reduces inflammation, promotes excellent bone health, has incredible cardiovascular benefits, prevents osteoporosis, reduces the risk for strokes, promotes healthy skin, improves the health over all for the gut. The fresh red onion is also widely known to be a cancer fighter by protecting against mouth cancer, greatly reducing the risk of prostate cancer, and also aids with the fighting off of the breast cancer.

Other Health Benefits Of The Recipes Main Ingredients

The dill weed is native to south Russia, western Africa, and the Mediterranean regions. Typically the fresh dill weed is highly abundant with healing componets such as monoterpenes and flavonoids. Fresh dill weed is rich in fatty acids, amino acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, calcium, dietary fiber, manganese, iron, and magnesium. The fresh dill weed naturally has anti-bacterial properties that protects against free-radicals, neutralizes carcinogens that commonly cause cancer, and commonly helps to prevent bone loss. Apple cider vinegar lowers blood sugar levels, helps the human body to maintain healthy alkaline ph levels, greatly aids in digestion, naturally detoxifies the body, aids in weight loss, great for sunburned skin, boost energy levels, soothes sore throats, promotes shiny hair, often used as a natural household cleaning agent, lowers cholesterol levels, cures the hiccups, helps one feel more full which helps you to eat much less food at mealtime. The fresh zucchini is a highly versatile vegetable and only contains seventeen calories per serving. It's scientifically known as courgette cucurbita and belongs to the pepo family. In general, the fresh zucchini is a squash type of vegetable and is frequently known as a super food. Fresh zucchini is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B-one, vitamin B-two, vitamin B-six, vitamin A, high content of omega three fatty acids, mangnesium, folate, potassium, zinc, niacin, copper, phosphorus, calcium, choline, dietary fiber, protein, and pantothenic acid. The fresh zucchini offers many medicinal benefits that routinely include cancer prevention, aids in weight loss, lowers blood pressure, protects against infections, prevents type two diabeties, helps support the metabolism, prevents heart disease, oxidative stress, and typically lowers inflammation.

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