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Good Uncle’s Healthy (& Delicious!) Options

– Katie Bisbee

Eating healthy in college can be challenging, especially with hours of late night studying, a limited budget, and constant socializing. Luckily Good Uncle, a new delivery service, makes eating healthier on campus easier. With a wide array of salads, you are sure to get your daily dose of veggies while staying fit. Here are Good Uncle’s most delicious salads to make you feel healthier and happier!

1. Tuna Poké Grain Bowl

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It is no surprise that the most delicious salad on the menu is a poké grain bowl. Grain bowls are a staple in most restaurants nowadays because they are packed with protein, veggies and whole grains. This bowl is no exception. Covered with raw Ahi tuna, edamame and mandarin oranges, this bowl will keep you full all day long!

 

2. Chopped Asian Salad

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A close second, but still tasty: the Chopped Asian Salad incorporates flavors that are good for your body and soul. Broccoli, mushrooms, edamame, sliced almonds and shredded carrots on top of mixed greens are fresh and filling. But, the crispy wontons make this salad worth it. Drizzle the sesame dressing on top and you will not be sorry!

3. Chopped Kale Quinoa & Strawberry

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This colorful salad is as good as it looks. With red quinoa and strawberries on kale, this salad makes the Syracuse winter look brighter. The combination of goat cheese and walnuts will leave you dreaming about summer.

 

4. Chopped Chicken Kale Peanut Salad

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Fourth on the list is the chicken kale peanut salad. This salad incorporates Thai flavors including chopped peanuts, cabbage, fresh mint and cilantro. The salad dressing adds spice to the dish and leaves you wanting more.

 

5. Chopped Caesar

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Last but definitely not least, the Chopped Caesar Salad is anything but original. The Caesar dressing containing Parmesan cheese and anchovy makes this salad worthwhile.

 

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About Baked Magazine

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

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This entry was posted on 03/06/2017 by in BUZZ, Discover, Uncategorized.
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