The radio silence is real, but I’m back with this Ancient Grains Salad that’s perfect for summer! My delay in getting this recipe post up is embarrassing. I’ve had a bit of a weird week dealing with personal things, I’m sure I’ll share more about in the future. For now though, let’s rejoice in the fact I’m alive and well. The only thing that matters right now though is this salad. I’ve been dying to get back on here and share the goods. So much summer content is in store for all of you. I swear next month I’ll be back on my game of posting more regularly.
When I think of summer, I think of fresh foods that are filling. Ones that won’t bog you down with heavy ingredients or upset your stomach – no one wants that. So I’m happy to report that this salad is your newest best friend. It’s loaded with fruits and veggies that bulk it up and keep you satiated longer. If I’ve learned anything, it’s packing in the veggies where I can to keep my stomach happy and healthy. Getting back to a simpler way of eating has been a journey for me. I truly feel great again, focusing on whole foods and cutting the processed stuff. It’s a challenge though with all of the amazing vegan goodies popping up these days. I promise you’ll notice a difference if you give it time and make the effort. Which is why I think this salad is so phenomenal.
Of course you can totally mix it up and add or subtract anything that doesn’t sit well with you. This is all based on my own taste, please make adjustments as needed for yourself. To keep this ancient grains salad full of flavor, you’ll notice my go-to vinaigrette made an appearance again. I recommend trying the base first before adding it in. Also, keep it out if you plan on making this to eat throughout the week. That way you can dress it as desired when you serve it up. My family actually preferred this version over the dressing-free one. I brought over a batch to my parent’s house last weekend for Father’s day. I’m pleased to say that it was very well received, everyone loved it! That’s always exciting testing out a recipe on the family first before sharing it on here. So it’s got the stamp of approval – yay!…