Most people who stop to read this will know I've been forced to make a lot of lifestyle changes recently. I confess I occasionally liked a bit of salad, particularly on a hot sunny day and especially when swamped in Salad Cream.
Its not so easy, however, to make raw green salad seem that attractive when you decide to munch through a ton on a regular basis.
Or it wasn't.
This isn't a recipe in my mind because there is no cooking and none of the ingredients combine to make something new. Its just a combination.
Take - one large bowlful of green leaf salad of your choice (I like a combination of textures and flavours with a few peppery leaves in the mix. If you are saddled with a miserable little iceberg lettuce, then mix in some washed dandelion and nasturtium leaves.
Add - a good twist each of freshly milled: flaky sea salt, chilli seeds, dry garlic granules.
Drizzle - drizzle over with Good Oil. All hemp seed oils are incredibly healthy with a perfect balance of Omega 3, 6 and 9 (provided they haven't been heated up too much), but this brand is so deliciously nutty with such a moreish scent that it ought to be labelled addictive in its own right.
Toss - gently, to combine the crisp with the smooth, the hot with the delicate, the creamy nuttiness with the peppery leaf.
Scarf the lot.