I like to eat with the seasons. What does this look like? It looks like choosing foods that are naturally in season. it's usually a more affordable way of eating and supports the body's natural cycle. They say Summer is for light, airy foods like salads, fruits, and cooler food. In the winter it looks like heavier, warmer foods like chunky soups and warmer, starchier foods. 

This Summer, I created a magnificant salad and it's so good that I had to make a blog post out of it. 

Here's how to make it...

Grab lettuce of choice

I use a 50/50 greens blend from Whole Foods but you can choose any lettuce of your choice. If you're a fan of mint, add a few leaves into your lettuce mix! 

Add toppings

I add onions, feta cheese, walnuts, and dried cranberries but you can add whatever you'd like, that's what's so awesome about salads! Sometimes I add strawberries from my local farmers market for a hint of sweetness. 

Make your dressing

Lastly, drizzle olive oil on top of the mixture and then follow with a dairy-free ranch of your choice! I love Tessemae's! 

I've linked everything I buy for this salad below (besides the veggies of course)! 



xo, arielle
July 27, 2020 — Arielle Ricci