Fresh salad with broccoli, carrots, cashews and nitrate-free, gluten-free, sugar-free bacon in a light coconut aminos vinaigrette. I realize it’s a Paleo cliche to put bacon in everything, and with that in mind I sheepishly offer this recipe… I had some bacon leftover and thought it would be a good in this salad–totally right. With these Paleo coleslaw recipes you’ll be able to avoid any ingredients that can be a problem, and keeps the wholesomeness of the cabbage intact. This slaw recipe uses both cabbage and broccoli and is made in an Asian style, so it changes things up a bit. Wombok is simply the name for Chinese cabbage, so you’re getting a nice mix of meat and vegetable in one easy to make meal. It’s using bok choy, broccoli, carrots, onions, mushrooms, and zucchini as the vegetables, and chicken breast is being used as the meat. The other ingredients in this recipe help to give it a flavor that you won’t soon forget. They even serve it with a salad to show what a full Paleo meal looks like.
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Toss broccoli, cashews and bacon in a light vinaigrette of coconut aminos and rice wine vinegar-make this salad your own by swapping out veggies and chang. This delicious Clean Eating Raw Asian Broccoli Salad is the perfect way to load up on raw veggies while enjoying Asian inspired flavors. Even though I’ve loosened up just a bit on the Paleo-style eating plan, this one fits the guidelines nicely. Using a grater or food processor, grate broccoli to uniform small chunks. Could you please include the recipe for the dressing?