If you have never tried kale salad, you really don’t know what you have been missing. This salad is very flavorful and delicious; an experience that you will never forget. I’m actually craving for kale salad, I just can’t seem to get enough.  Kale leaves are finely cut, then marinated in an oriental dressing. The sweet and tangy blend with creamy avocado lends a satisfying appeal to the taste buds, having you coming back for more.

Kale is a dark green leafy vegetable, a member of the brassica family along with brussel sprouts, cabbage, collards and broccoli. It is known to be one of the healthiest vegetables, an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. Read this article for more on the health benefits of kale.
As I try to offer healthier alternatives to my readers, I'm also mindful that different people are at different stages in their knowledge. Therefore I'll include information on different products that I use, but definitely I'm not the final answer. As we are all unique, so are our bodies, choose what makes you feel healthier and happier.

For those who are trying to use less sodium in there diet or are soy, wheat and gluten free. Coconut Aminos might just be the solution. It has less sodium than soy sauce and tamari, its soy free and has a great taste. You can substitute coconut aminos in your recipes such stir fries, sauces, marinades and salad dressings; just the same way you use Bragg's Liquid Aminos, tamari and soy sauce.
What is Coconut Aminos? It is made from the raw sap of the coconut tree with added sea salt, it is raw and contains 17 aminos and it looks like soy sauce and has a salty taste with a sweet aftertaste.It is excellent for those on a gluten free, soy free or low sodium diet. For those who do not like the taste of coconut, Coconut Aminos is your answer because it does not have a coconut flavor, but actually taste like soy sauce.


1 bunch kale (remove thick stems)

2 Tbsp lemon juice

2 Tbsp coconut aminos, braggs, or soy sauce

1 Tbsp maple syrup

1 tsp sesame oil

1 escallion finely chopped

2-3 cloves of garlic, minced

1 tsp sea salt

2 tsp ginger, grated

1 avocado, diced

½ red bell pepper

½ yellow bell pepper

½ red onion, diced

½ red cherry tomatoes

sesame seeds to garnish

Wash and dry kale leaves, finely cut leaves and place into a large bowl. Into a small bowl, combine the lemon juice, coconut aminos, maple syrup, sesame oil, escallion, garlic, sea salt, ginger. Add mixture into kale leaves and massage until wilted, add ½ of the avocado and massage for a creamy sauce. Then add the rest of the ingredients, garnish with sesame seeds and serve.