Whew! It’s officially spring! Time to put away the crockpot (we sure enjoyed you, pot roast and vegan chili), pull out your favorite salad bowl, and reward your taste buds with fresh springtime veggies! For a refreshing break from mundane side dishes, try this salad—Spring Greens with Quick-Pickled Vegetables. (Quick tip: An adjustable slicer or kitchen mandoline will make easy work of shaving the vegetables for pickling):1
As with just about any recipe, feel free to adjust ingredients to suit your preferences. If beets bum you out but you rave over radishes and red onions, swap ‘em out and toss ‘em in!
And remember, Teladoc is always here for you. Our highly trained, U.S.-certified physicians are available 24/7 anywhere you are—even in self-quarantine—to diagnose and recommend treatments for a wide variety of non-emergency illnesses such as seasonal allergies, upset stomach, gastrointestinal conditions, backache, headaches, and even strains and sprains.
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