How to get yourself out of boring meals and salads

Are you tired of having the same salad over and over again? Maybe it’s time you changed your eating patterns and brought some creativity into your cooking.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to Chantel Lascaris, who wrote a book about how to challenge conventional salad preparation methods and venture into creative ways of making meals.

Listen to the conversation below:

The book, All Sorts of Salads, is for anyone who wants to a greater choice of salads in their daily diets, including those who want to prepare them for health reasons.

Lascaris said it’s possible to eat healthy food without breaking the bank.


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