Strawberries on Wooden Table

Green Salad and Crackers


For the salad:

Handful kale - finely chopped (stalks removed)

Handful spinach - finely chopped

Handful lettuce - chopped

1/2 avocado

1/4 cucumber

2 spring onion

3 florets broccoli

Handful broad beans (if in season)

Handful raw almonds

Handful assorted seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame)

Raw Health Flax and Herb Crackers

For the dressing:

2 tablespoons sesame oil

2 tablespoons tamari (gluten, yeast and dairy free soy sauce)

Juice of 1 lemon

Green Salad and Crackers


  1. Start by finely chopping all of your leafy greens and placing them in a bowl. 
  2. Now chop the rest of the vegetable ingredients into small chunks and add to the mix.
  3. Add your almonds and sprinkle your seeds. 
  4. Simply measure out the sesame oil, tamari and lemon into the bowl and using your hands, coat all of the salad in the delicious dressing. 
  5. Leave to marinate for approximately half and hour and serve with Raw Health crackers.

Nutritional Information

If you would like to add more carbohydrate to this salad, wild rice is an excellent addition and compliments the dressing beautifully. Wild rice, remarkably, is actually a completely different species to the ordinary rice that we are used to. It is actually the seed of an aquatic grass, found primarily in North America. It is bursting with protein, the amino acid lysine and fibre, which makes it a gut healing food in our world.

For a sprinkle of colour and little bursts of sweetness, why not try adding pomegranate seeds which are full of antioxidants, rich in vitamin C and fibre, aiding smooth digestion.

The kale and spinach in this salad are rich in vitamins B6 and B12 and folate which are thought to lower homocysteine levels - having high homocysteine levels are a contributor to coronary heart disease so for healthy hearts munch on this salad at least once a week.

Here at Bee Free, of all the recipes, this is secretly our favourite. There is something magical about when the dressing meets all the delicious raw, nutritious veg, and we have this at least twice weekly!

Did You Know

If you are looking for a good meal after a hard work out at the gym, adding wild rice along with the almonds to this super salad make for a vegan protein-filled delight.