Greek Salad

Traditional Greek Salad's do not use lettuce.  
As someone who married into this Greek tradition, I found a new "favorite" salad.  

Tomatoes, chopped 
Cucumbers, sliced or chopped 
Red onion, chopped 
Bell pepper, chopped (optional) 
Oil & vinegar                                                                       Mix together, ENJOY!  

Salsa Salad  

by John Kohler 
Use organic ingredients when ever possible. 

1 bunch of cilantro 
5-6 tomatoes

1 small yellow or red onion 
1 small chili pepper 
2 ripe avocados. 
handful of whole dulse leaf 

Chop cilantro, dice tomatoes, dice onion, finely dice chili pepper, dice avocado. After dicing each ingredient add to large bowl. Tear whole dulse leaf into bite size pieces, add to bowl.  

Grecian Salad 


3 Tomatoes 
1 1/2 cups Cauliflower Florets (no stems!) 
1/4 cup Olive Oil1 Tablespoon dried Dill Weed 
1 Tablespoon Nama Shoyu 
1/2 small Lemon, juiced 
1/2 large Orange, juiced 
1/4 teaspoon Garlic Powder 
3 dashes of Cayenne Pepper 
1 head of Green Leaf Lettuce 

Dice tomatoes and crumble cauliflower to the same size. Mix together with olive oil to coat. Add dill weed, mix well. Add nama shoyu, mix well. Add lemon juice, mix well. Repeat with the remaining ingredients. Set aside.  

Stack lettuce leaves and roll the long way. Next, cut the leaves creating long thin strands of lettuce. SEPERATE. Place in a shallow plate and spoon mixture into the center. The excess liquid will cover the bottom of the plate and flavor the rest of the lettuce. Serves 1-2. 

TIP: Use homemade garlic powder by drying fresh minced garlic at room temp. for a week and then powder it in a mortar.