(Closed) why do salads always taste better when…..

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 17
89 posts
Worker bee

Wendy’s salads are good and cheap. I’ve started making my own and they’re not hard. Buy some sliced almonds, honey turkey, cheese, sunflower seeds, bacon bits (if you like them). You can make up a great salad easily!

Post # 18
1676 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

@fishbone:  I completely agree about the salad spinners and dryer lettuce being so much better. I think that’s the main reason my at home salads aren’t as good as the restaurant versions, but I haven’t found a way to solve the problem yet. I really like salads when I’m out, but I’m always let down by my own attempts. 

Post # 19
265 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

@ThreeMeers:  Exactly what I was looking for! I always try to sautee chicken breasts with just EVOO and seasoning, and it seems underdone and then before I know it, it turns out like rubber. Doesn’t happen when I’m cooking other things, but I’m usually baking or poaching or using moister cuts. Looks like I need a thermometer. Thanks!

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