Healthy "power salads" get more attention from foodies

01/26/2011 | USA Today

Restaurants, cookbooks and food magazines are paying more attention to "power salads" that offer vegetables, fruits, lean protein and other healthy foods to create a complete meal. One food editor said cooked vegetables or grains, rather than lettuce, can serve as the base of a salad.

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