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Recipes for 101 Simple Salads for the Season

Recipes for 101 Simple Salads for the Season
Francesco Tonelli for The New York Times FRESH AND FRESHER Clockwise, from top left: tuna, egg, green beans (No. 56); carrots, blueberries, sunflower seeds (7); croutons, tomatoes, mozzarella (42); walnuts, blue cheese, raspberries (49); couscous, oranges, honey (95); strawberries, tomatoes, Parmesan (13). That’s the idea behind the 101 ideas found in this section. In theory, each salad takes 20 minutes or less. Honestly, some may take you a little longer. But most minimize work at the stove and capitalize on the season, when , eggplant, herbs, fruit, greens and more are plentiful and excellent.

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