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I have a family of 9 (8 meal eaters) and this salad served plenty to have enough leftover for one hungry adult or two extra children. If you are looking for a healthy and delicious dish to bring to potluck this is it! We used this as a main meal, so it would serve many people as a side dish.

I used Young Living Dill Vitality Essential Oil to kick this salad up a 100 notches. It was so flavorful. Everyone including the small children had seconds. As a matter of fact I am craving some now. There is no lettuce in this salad, so if you have leftovers they will still be enjoyably edible. I prefer to buy tuna in olive oil, rather than soy broth.  Most soy ingredients in tuna are GMO and I try to avoid soy in products.

I had a friend from Ukraine and she used dill in her cooking liberally. It always gave her meals a homey comfort feel.  No need for an oven to feel the lovin’ in this dish.

Potluck Nom Nom Salad
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Primal Friendly- Gluten Free- Grain Free
Serves up to 10
1 1/2 Heads cabbage shredded
1/2   Medium onion thinly sliced
3      Chives chopped
2      Shredded carrots
1      Whole celery stock diced
2     Cans Genova Tuna in olive oil entire contents
1     Can Genova Tuna drained
2     Cans of Rinsed Black beans (I made fresh beans, rinsing them will help them not turn your salad black)
1/4  Cup organic Red wine vinegar
1 tp  Salt
1/2  Tsp pepper
The secret ingredient
4 drops Dill Essential oil (I only advise YL oil because it is safe for internal use)

Pour Vinegar over the bowl ingredients and combine all. That’s it! Serve.

 

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This is a huge bowl the perfect size to feed a large family.

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One happy 15 year old. He enjoyed his lunch! Now that is how a salad should please!

What are some of your favorite ingredients in a salad?


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  1. Laura Ingalls Gunn July 1, 2016 at 5:20 am - Reply

    I can’t wait to try this recipe. It is perfect for the summer. I have added your site to my daily reading list.

    • foodiefam December 3, 2016 at 4:05 pm - Reply

      Laura thanks so much for taking time to comment! Did you ever get to try the salad?

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