Crunchy Fall Salad is on YouTube!

Announcement! Just posted my first YouTube recipe with the help of my husband Alan & my computer guru Adam.

Watch it here!

Utensils: Cutting board & knife, serving bowl
Prep. Time: 7 minutes
Cooking Time: None!
Categories: vegan, Gluten Free, Sugar Free


3-4 cups organic lettuces, washed & dried
1/4 – 1/2 cup broken walnuts
1/4-1/2 cup cranberries or pomegranate seeds
1/2 organic apple such as Granny Smith or Honey Crisp (crunchy), washed and cut in half
walnut oil or other oil of choice
juice of 1/2 lemon
sprouts (optional)


1. Take washed lettuce and tear into bite-sized pieces
2. Add walnuts, cranberries or pomegranate seeds
3. Dice apples and add to bowl
4. Toss with about 2 Tblsp. oil & lemon
5. Add sprouts, if using & enjoy!

Yield: 2-4 servings depending on what else is on you menu

P.S. I will be away for one week, so if you send a comment, which I hope you will, I may not respond until I return.

5 thoughts on “Crunchy Fall Salad is on YouTube!

  1. Watched your video. Wonderful!
    Question: The only fresh cranberries I’ve seen are the ones I get to make cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving. Those look deeper red and are smaller and are very tart. The ones you used seem bigger and lighter red. Can you say more about the cranberries and where you got them?
    You go girl!!!!

  2. Hi, again. Watched you making your salad on You Tube. Congrats. My favorite is steamed and skinned red beets marinated lightly in balsamic vinegar, which I toss on a bed of lettuce, adding chunks of apple, walnuts, and goat cheese crumbles and maybe a few org. dried cranberries. Makes a tasty combination. Today I bought goat cheese crumbles from a goat’s milk supplier from Big Valley at our Home Depot farmer’s market, which is mostly organic. It’s been a great addition to several local markets. Get most of my produce from a CSA in McAlevy’s Fort toward Bellevue, which grows the best produce I’ve ever bought or eaten. Micah farms with a team of work horses! They rent Bethany’s family farm land. And have a local young baker affiliate, who makes fabulous bread in an outdoor brick oven. Happy Sukkoth–I still remember it in Maine! We’ll have a vegetarian Thanksgiving here at the zendo – in Barbara’s big house.

  3. Glad you liked the YouTube. More to come as I learn. I was in S.C. on my way from our road trip but only for a few hours. Thanksgiving @ Barbara’s sounds great! I hope to make a longer visit in the Spring & maybe we can meet.
    Happy holidays, Suki

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