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This is one of my favorite solutions to “what’s for lunch?” Toss cooked lentils and whole grain with some shredded or chopped vegetables, a bit of fresh or dried fruit, crunchy nuts or seeds, and a good vinaigrette – voila! What’s for lunch is solved! Here’s one combination you can try.
Toss all the ingredients except the salt and pepper together. Taste and season with up to ½ tsp. salt and pepper. Serves 4.