Full Disclosure: I am partnering with Salata to bring some healthy new posts to my blog. Salata provided me a Salata gift card to cover the cost of the menu items featured. All opinions are my own.
|Antioxidant Rich Salad at Salata|
|Post-Workout Fuel Wrap at Salata|
Salata is making the gift of health this year easy with a Salata gift card. With a $25 gift card purchase (or higher), customers will receive a coupon for a free small salad or wrap on their next visit which is valid through December 31, 2015.
**Giveaway – would you like to win a $50 Salata gift card? Salata is offering one lucky Sushi in the ATX reader a chance to win a $50 Salata gift card and Salata swag! Receive one entry by sharing what is your favorite salad topping/ingredient and/or leave your tip on eating healthy during the holidays. For a second entry keep an eye on @Sushigirl_atx Instagram account for an additional entry into the drawing. A winner will be selected at random on Sunday December 6th and announced on December 7th 2015.
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8 thoughts on “Salata Offering Lighter Options During the Holidays”
Wow, the fuel wrap looks great. Looking forward to it
My favorite salad topping/ingredient/healthy tip all rolled into one…nuts for crunch instead of croutons! Walnuts, pecans, almonds and so on.
I love that, great idea and much tastier than croutons!
Love the healthy approach Salata is taking, especially since my doctor has me eating healthier. I love fresh fruit on salads. For example, strawberries on spinach salad with a light vinaigrette is delicious.
Cool! My favorite salad topping and healthy tip is to use hot sauce instead of dressing!
Yum! I have a favorite salad recipe that features figs and mozzarella. My tip would be portion control! You're likely to want to clean your plate, especially as a guest, so get smaller portions and you can always go back for seconds if you're still hungry.
I love it! I am a fan of Sriracha on just about anything.
Oh, figs and mozzarella are so good together. And great tip Anita!