Carrot, Date and Feta Salad

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carrot salad
Looking for a new side dish to try? This “salad” combines unique ingredients to make a delicious dish. Enjoy this as a lunch, mid-day snack or a side dish.
The star of this dish is a combination of different colored carrots, which can aid in weight loss, help lower cholesterol levels and improve eye health. You can also use the standard orange carrot if your local supermarket doesn’t carry yellow carrots.
The dates add a subtle sweetness that can boost energy, promote heart health, strengthen bones and reduce constipation and inflammation. The feta cheese contributes a tangy flavor that balances well with the carrots and dates.
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