lunch

I bring my lunch to work everyday for several reasons: it’s cheaper, I know exactly what’s in it, I’m a pretty good cook so it’s always delicious, and if I know my lunch is waiting in the fridge I’m not tempted to make dumb food choices. Usually it’s salad, soup or leftovers, but this week I decided to try something I found on Pinterest. I’ve found a lot of recipes on Pinterest and I’ve yet to find one that steered me wrong. Especially¬†this one, but that’s a whole other subject entirely. One that is causing me to workout extra hard today.

But I digress.

Anyway, I decided to try this Edamame Salad with Ginger Viniagrette dressing. I’m not a fan of bell peppers but decided to dice it really fine and try it anyway (barely notice them). I also upped the edamame to 3 cups so I have enough for lunches all week. For extra goodness I put the edamame mixture on a bed of baby spinach leaves and topped it with a little salmon steamed in lemon juice.

Three words: yum yum yum.

So good and so good for me! This will definitely stay in my regular lunch rotation.

 

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About sarahkscoular

Sarah K. Scoular (@sarahkscoular on twitter) has 15 years customer service experience including face to face, over the phone and via digital interactions. Sarah is currently Enterprise Community Manager for uCern, the enterprise 2.0 social platform where Cerner Associates and Clients connect and collaborate. She ensures the 100,000+ member network is connecting people with others in similar roles or special interest groups, sharing information and finding answers to the questions they're looking for. Sarah helps others who are helping to revolutionize Health Care. Outside of work, Sarah is the wife of a graphic designer/laser engraver and the mother of seven-year-old Madeleine. She loves to cook clean, plant-strong foods and is a certified yoga and Les Mills BODYFLOW instructor.
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