Recipe Directions

Start by cutting up the napa cabbage into thin strips and placing in a bowl. Cut green onions in inch increments and then slice lengthwise, this brings out the flavor. Throw onions in bowl. Pour the sesame oil over salad and add remaining ingredients. The last step is to toss the salad and it is done.

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By mptraveller

This is a quick and simple, inexpensive, awesome, flavorful salad that is enjoyable and satisfying to eat. Try eating with chopsticks, it makes it better -_*

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I made this for lunch and it was great. I changed a few things due to not having the correct ingredients - I used Macadamia Oil, Spring Onions (cut into little strips) - and I crushed my almonds a bit - plus added some other nuts and seeds (cashews, pumpkin seed, sunflower seed). I seasoned with ground all purpose seasoning. The end result was delicious but I mustn't have made enough coz I'm still hungry!! I'm new to the raw thing so still trying to figure out correct quantities. Thanks for a easy and yummy salad.

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Made this for lunch today and it's very good. I agree with PopChaser on adding a bit of salt/pepper, but otherwise, simple to make, tasty, and healthy.

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Just made this for lunch...and it's a fantastic recipe!! Very simple, yet delicious and nutritious! However, I did add a touch of salt+pepper, just to bring out the sesame flavor a bit more. Overall, though, great job! d(^_^)

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Hi eternity!

Wow-good to know about the vitamin e and calcium combo! I live with a Chinese couple and they always have sesame oil around, so the flavor was very familiar to me when making this recipe for the first time. Try it out!

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Hi mp,

Wow- this sounds really good. I would have never thought of this but love the cabbage and almonds combo idea. The almonds have vitamin e and the sesame seeds have calcium so it's really good for you!I also love your illustration- that's cool!

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