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Raw Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad

When you slice Brussels Sprouts thin enough, they can go in any salad--no cooking required. Make it easy on yourself and throw them into the food processor. Mix them with a little kale that you've massaged with lemon juice (to break down the toughness of the leaves) and you have a great salad for any fall dinner table.

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  • Add the kale and the lemon juice into a large bowl and massage the juice into the leaves for 2 to 3 minutes. Let the kale marinate for 5 to 7 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, make the salad dressing: add the olive oil, mustard, and vinegar to a mason jar or other lidded jar and shake like crazy until the dressing emulsifies. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Roughly chop the kale into bite-sized pieces and add it back into the bowl. Add the Brussels Sprouts, cheese, and pecans to the kale. Pour the dressing over the salad, toss, and serve.
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"When you slice Brussels Sprouts thin enough, they can go in any salad--no cooking required. Make it easy on yourself and throw them into the food processor. Mix them with a little kale that you've massaged with lemon juice (to break down the toughness of the leaves) and you have a great salad for any fall dinner table."
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  1. adopt a greyhound
    Turned out great even if I didn't have balsamic vinegar so used balsamic glaze. Used Kale from the garden and first time using it. Was great.
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  2. Angelin Borsics
    When you slice Brussels Sprouts thin enough, they can go in any salad--no cooking required. Make it easy on yourself and throw them into the food processor. Mix them with a little kale that you've massaged with lemon juice (to break down the toughness of the leaves) and you have a great salad for any fall dinner table.
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