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Best Tasting Salad Ever – Kale, Swiss Chard, and Rotisserie Chicken Salad

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Kale and Swiss Chard Salad with Raisins and Walnuts

Best tasting salad EVER! This is my WORLD FAMOUS favorite yummy salad just for you. Now is the time for raw vegetables bursting with flavorful and deliciousness. Two of my favorite vegetables – and most nutritious – are kale and Swiss chard. Fresh from the garden and fully ripe, they enhance your culinary dishes with healthiness. This recipe for Kale, Swiss Chard, and Rotisserie Chicken Salad is REALLY GOOD! My two assistants who helped me put together the filming of this Google+ Hangout culinary video ate almost all the salad afterward. With second helpings.

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Reduce Chronic Pain with Raw Vegetables

Best yet, this best-tasting salad evahhhh can be a part of your anti-inflammatory food plan in order to help you reduce chronic pain. A lot of people don’t understand that chronic inflammatory pain can be preventable. You can learn more about chronic pain in this FREE handy tip guide, “5 Things You Didn’t Know Could Help Chronic Pain”.

About the vegetables in the salad; usually, I cook vegetables like kale and Swiss chard, this time I leave the salad raw, except for the chicken of course. Raw vegetables – and a lot of them – are wonderful for an anti-inflammatory diet or food plan. It would be easy to make this best-tasting salad ever a vegetarian and ALL RAW dish by pulling the chicken and keeping everything else. I adore extra virgin olive oil and think this oil gives the salad a delicious kick. Are you drooling yet? I am! You will find me in the kitchen eating thirds!

How to Make the Best Tasting Salad Ever Recipe – 

Ingredients –


  • 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar Shawna Coronado adding salad dressing to kale and swiss chard salad.
  • 2 teaspoons honey (eliminate if you are sugar sensitive or want this to be more strongly anti-inflammatory) 
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 
  • 2 T mustard


  • 1 bunch Swiss chard, sliced into thin strips
  • 1 bunch kale, sliced into thin strips
  • ½ a rotisserie chicken, shredded
  • 1/3 cup organic raisins 
  • 1/3 cup chopped walnuts

Instructions – 

  • Slice vegetables and shred chicken.
  • Place in salad bowl.
  • Mix dressing ingredients together with whisk or fork.
  • Pour dressing over salad ingredients and toss.
Cooking kale and swiss chard salad with walnuts and raisins.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few smart questions from my friends with answers that might help you understand the nutritional benefits of my favorite best-tasting salad. Eating nutritionally dense foods means a LOT of health benefits for you and your family. Keep eating that kale and Swiss chard and live with less chronic pain!

Does salad dressing cause inflammation?

Yes! Salad dressing, particularly store-bought salad dressing can cause inflammation if it has a high content of sugar, dairy, or unhealthy oils. The best bet is to consume salad dressings that have no dairy or sugar and use olive oil that is Omega-3-rich. olive oil pouring on salad

Is honey an anti-inflammatory ingredient?

No. Although honey is linked to many proven health benefits, it is not considered an anti-inflammatory agent. Too much of any type of sugar or sucrose – including honey – is inflammatory. Use honey in salad dressings and cooking moderately or not at all if you are concerned about inflammation. Raw Local Honey in Jar

What are the nutritional benefits of kale?

Most specifically, kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat. Consuming kale regularly means you are getting a healthy dose of antioxidants and Omega-3 as well as Vitamins A, K, C, B3, B6, manganese, calcium, copper, potassium, magnesium, iron, and phosphorous.Tropical jungle garden dinosaur kale

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  1. This is one very tasty salad recipe! I am guilty of having 3rds with this recipe. LOL
    Anyone who makes this, I would be surprised if there are any left overs.
    Yum! I might just have to make that for lunch or dinner this weekend. =)

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