Salad Love by David Bez

Salad Love

Salad Love – Book Review

Do you enjoy the fresh crunch of delicious salads but tire of eating the same ingredients all of the time?

Would you like to create more innovative, healthier salads using the freshest, seasonal ingredients available, but aren’t sure where to begin?

If so, you need to add Salad Love by David Bez to your cookbook collection!

Salad Love provides readers with lessons on the basics of salad-making (an essential skill set if you want to be a creative salad maker) and provides stunning photographs and ingredient lists, dressing instructions and tips for 260 imaginative, inviting salads!

David divides the salads categorically by seasons, and labels them by dietary preference (raw, vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, and omnivore) for ease of use.

What’s most amazing about this book is that David – a professional Art Director with no formal culinary training – created each of these salads during his lunch hour – at his desk – as part of a personal challenge to eat a daily, healthy lunch.

David Bez

As David says:

I started eating salads in the office because I wanted something healthy for my lunch. And I wanted something easy to prepare, easy enough to prepare at my desk. I’ve been creating a new salad every single day for 2 years as a challenge…

It wasn’t long before his salads captivated his co-workers attention. The response was so positive, he started photographing and blogging about them. This book – Salad Love – developed as a result.

As of February 2015, Salad Love has been translated into 19 languages and is being published in various countries all around the world. Currently, Salad Love is the #1 Amazon Best Seller in the Salad Cooking category.

For the longest time, I’ve been looking for a book that could help me to improve my salad-making skills and provide me with creative ideas for making fresh, healthy salads year-round.

Salad Love by David Bez is that book.

I highly recommend this book to you and rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

Salad Love – Video Book Trailer

About David Bez

David Bez is the author of Salad Pride, a blog followed by salad fans all over the world. David is not a chef, he is an art director and a food lover with a limited lunch break; an Italian who cares about what’s on his plate; a designer who knows that you eat with your eyes first.

David’s blog chronicles his personal challenge to make one new salad a day for an entire year.

David has been featured in Stylist, Emerald Street, The Huffington Post, The Times, and other publications.

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  1. Friday Features Linky Party
    Twitter: Myllls
    says:

    I could use some “fresh” ideas for salads, I have been seeing lots of salads made a ahead in mason jars, thought that was a time saver.

    Have a great weekend!
    Karren

  2. Girl, you are gonna have my husband strangle me, all these books…I want them! We do salad bar here at home often. The kids love it, and I can enjoy it too, gluten free. This looks so cool, I am pinning this to remember, I think I really like this guy! And I love salad, especially in the spring and summer! Thanks!

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      This book is amazing Nikki! You will definitely want to add it to your collection (don’t tell your husband I said that, lol)!
      In the meantime, be sure to check out his website!

      And, did you see the gluten-free cake link I sent you? You can literally have your cake and eat it too! 🙂

      • Thanks for that! I have not attempted to bake yet, there are so many items needed to replace flour that it seems like it sucks all the fun out of it! LOL! My daughter wants to be a baker when she grows up and we discussed getting a gluten free baking book, your timing again is perfect.

      • Create With Joy
        Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
        says:

        Awesome Nikki – when you read the author’s history you’ll know why I recommended Let Us All Eat Cake to you! 🙂

        If you haven’t come across it yet, be sure to join us at The Book Nook at Create With Joy – our community specifically for book lovers! Our friends and I share all sorts of things of interest to bibliophiles including book giveaways – perhaps you can win a few books and remain in your husband’s good graces! 🙂

  3. Savvy says:

    I eat a salad everyday for lunch and could use a few new ideas. Will be checking this one out.

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      Awesome Savvy – I’m sure you’ll appreciate this book, especially since the salads were originally made on the author’s lunch hour at his desk – sounds perfect for your needs! 🙂

  4. this book sounds perfect for the warmer months coming up!! thanks for linking up with #readwithme x

  5. sound like a nice book #readwithme

  6. Great book. I always have the same salad. I never thought of looking for a book for inspiration #readwithme

  7. Tanya @ Mom's Small Victories
    Twitter: momsvictories
    says:

    Yum. I have been trying to eat more salads. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday. Pinned to our linkup board.

  8. Caryn says:

    This is so needed. I’ve been eating clean aka plant-based for 1.5 years now. I got really sick of salads so basically went on hiatus. I’m going to buy this book because I need new creative ideas. Thanks.

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      You’re welcome Caryn! What I love most about this book is not only the 260 fabulous ideas and photos but the INSTRUCTION David provides so that in the future I will know how to design and create my own combos! 🙂

  9. Hi,
    As a huge salad lover, I was delighted that you turned me on to Salad Love by sharing it at the Plant-Based Potluck Party! I was intrigued by the fact that the author created the salads at his desk! How nice it is to be inspired to make more interesting salads. I can’t wait to read this book. Again thank you for sharing this “good read”. I appreciate it! I am pinning and sharing this! All the best, Deborah

  10. Julie S. says:

    ooh this sounds like a great book. I love salads, especially unique ones 😉

  11. Melissa says:

    Perfect timing! This warm weather is getting me hungry for some fresh salads!

  12. Tina at Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent
    says:

    Just yesterday I went searching for some new salad dressing recipes because I’m so bored with our stand-bys so this was good timing! Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com this week!
    Tina

  13. Beth F
    Twitter: BethFishReads
    says:

    Yummmmmmm. I hadn’t heard of this blog before but we eat salad every day and I could use new ideas

  14. Kay says:

    I reviewed this book a while back. Such gorgeous salads!!

  15. I LOVE salads! I’ll definitely have to check out this book!

    xoxo
    Lisa

  16. Danita Carr says:

    I DO love salads! I’ll have to check out this book! Thanks for sharing at #SmallVictories

  17. Sounds like I should add this one to my collection. I’m always trying to make better salads.

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