I have resolved to go on a bit of a salad kick, and would like suggestions. I looked through the results of a search for "salads" on this website, and found some good ideas, but most of the highest rated results were noodle, potato, or grain salads, rather than green ones, which is what I had in mind. What are your favorite (vegetable heavy) salad recipes? I'm vegetarian, so steak salad recipes need not apply, but am otherwise flexible. :) I am especially interested in salads that can be made even when it is not late summer. So far my favorites are the green salad with hard boiled eggs from Marco Canora's A Good Food Day and the greens salad with chickpeas and a mustard vinaigrette from America's Test Kitchen's Complete Vegetarian Cookbook.
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