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From Virginia Wiedemann: "Here's an antipasto salad that would keep the bunnies happy, since it is vegetarian. This will taste as good as the high fat stuff, but it's a lot better for you, and you can eat a huge bowl of it accompanied by a nice warm loaf of multi grain bread. You really need a salad spinner: They are inexpensive, and your greens will be much better!"

Salad for Two

3 cups ea. of mixed baby greens & romaine lettuce
thinly sliced sweet onion
veggie pepperoni slices
veggie provolone strips
red and green pepper strips
fresh tomato chunks
sliced fresh mushrooms
roasted soy nuts
2 oz. crumbled feta cheese
sliced black Greek olives
1Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
2 Tbsp. red wine vinegar
salt & freshly ground pepper

Lightly salt greens in large bowl and add freshly ground pepper.  Sprinkle with extra virgin olive oil and toss well. Then sprinkle with red wine vinegar and toss again. Put into two large pasta bowls and arrange remaining goodies on top.

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