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Salad Meals At Home

GREENS AND MORE GREENS... and my friend used to say, "√čating like a goat... "

Yesterday I went to Jaya Jusco to get salad again, this time they did not have the promo, two boxes for RM7.  I ended up buying one packet for RM8.60, different form of packaging this time.  Written on the packet was no rinsing required, been washed 3 times... but me being auntie, I rinsed twice again and let them dripped dry on the strainer.  In cantonese, it is called "siyeh"... in English, is it "fussy?"

These are a few of my salads I have taken this morning and recently....

This morning I had it with an egg, grapes and assorted peanuts... 
Almost the same... I like grapes in my salad....
Surprisingly now I love salad!
Never ate like these at home before 2021...
Hahahaha....
With banana on another morning.... 
Actually it is quite filling!
This one is a big different...
Salad for dinner with leftover fried chicken..... \

And at this time of writing, it is 1.14pm...
Waiting for my chicken rice to come from Grab!!
LOL...

Comments

  1. Wow! All your salad looks so good. If sold in cafes here, will be more than rm18 per plate. Grapes will anything else will taste nice. Are your grapes seedless?

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  2. LOL! i saw a human head in the 2nd picture....eggs as eyes, grapes as nose and tomato as mouth

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  3. All are yummy salads. I would love all your salads. I think I will have to convince my hubby to start eating salads too. Lol!

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  4. You need to buy that spinner, to spin dry all the salad vegetables that you wash. Must not use wet veg in salads, later all will become watery if you do not eat it right away. I like your onsen eggs - love having those in salads!

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  5. LOL! Nice change to have chicken rice after all the salads. I love salads but have yet to add bananas to it. You are truly creative!

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  6. They are colorful and look very healthy!

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  7. Though they are supposed to be healthy...they still look yummy though. Must be the dressing. :D

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  8. All the salads look delicious, I love roasted sesame dressing on my salads.

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