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Organic quinoa salad - Goodness Juice Bar & Fresh Food

Organic Quinoa Salad

Chef Pendleton Jones/ Goodness Juice Bar & Fresh Food

 

  • springmix
  • organicwhite quinoa
  • pickledred onion
  • sundried tomatoes
  • redbell pepper
  • roastedgmo free corn
  • cilantro
  • freshlemon juice
  • avacado
  • koshersalt and pepper
  • chipotle-amberagave vinaigrette 

 

 

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