Recipe Directions

1. Process the cucumber, celery, peppers, green onions, romaine and spinach in a food processor with the slicing blade or just with a knife. Try to get the pieces as small as you can-- I went over my peppers again with a chopper. Note: chopping green onions is more efficient with a knife than a food processor.

2. Chop macadamia nuts and dice mango.

3. Blend remaining ingredients for dressing.

4. Toss the greens with the dressing first, then add other ingredients with the most colorful on top.

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Brittanybullen's Thoughts

This recipe is based on a salad I had recently at The Cheesecake Factory. We played "food detective" and tried to guess the ingredients in the dressing, then replaced some ingredients to "raw-it-up" a bit. The result was one of the best salads I've had in a long time! The trick is in the chopping. Small pieces make it more fun-- don't ask me why!

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melincz's Review

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This is such a great recipe , I made it a while ago but I keep coming back to it. It is a must try!

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This is my favorite recipe so far

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Im making it! ..after my fast - mmmm. though Ill leave out peanuts, agave & oil; i dont think fruit and oil are good together. Gonna add pineapple too! Really nice salad : )

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Wow that looks delish. I bet it balances all the chakras with all those colours. I will be trying this tee hee hee.

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