I wrote a long while ago about a salad where I made scrambled eggs and put them right on top of my salad. It’s good.
I’m doing it again today. Why? Because it’s good.
It’s kind of weird, but it works. The warm and soft eggs on top of a big salad is not only nutrient dense, but comforting. It’s not often you can claim a salad is comforting, but you can now.
So, here’s what you do!
- Make a big salad with lots of fresh organic produce and a delicious dressing (this one is good and so is this one).
- Gently scramble some pasture-raised eggs in grass-fed butter or ghee.
- Put the eggs on top of the salad.
Serve this to your family, and watch their confused faces, at seeing scrambled eggs on a salad, turn to happy ones after one bite. Good Food.
PS. Another great addition to salad that you don’t see often (but that kids love) is banana. Slice up a banana and add it on a salad, with or without eggs. I don’t know why people don’t more routinely put banana on salad. I know it’s not the most nutrient dense fruit option, but… It’s good on a salad.
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