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  1. Hi – what would you suggest as an alternative to the Tofu for this salad? Unfortunately I can’t stand tofu!

  2. I haven’t tried any of your recipes yet as I just found out about your website.
    I am excited to do so & talk with more vegans too!

  3. Soooo gooooood! Made this for lunch for 2 people, couldn’t even finish half. Super tasty and super filling. I didn’t have crunchy peanut butter, so used smooth one instead, still amazingly delicious, just added a little water as sauce was a little too thick. Will be making again!

  4. This was such a super yummy salad!! So glad my daughter made this tasty salad last night. The favor was so amazing! Definitely a family favorite that is going to the top of our list! Thank you!!

  5. I made it for a family dinner and everyone loved it! I did add some things to increase volume because I’m making dinner for 5 people who eat for 9 haha. I decided to marinade the tofu for about 5 hours (just threw it in the fridge at about noon) and baked instead of the light fry in oil. I also roasted some Brussels sprouts in with the sweet potato, added some red cabbage, massaged kale, and cucumber. The dressing was so good I didn’t make enough to compensate for the volume increases I made. Will definitely be making again ☺️☺️

  6. I love salads and this is my new favorite salad, a great mix of vegetables and it covers the protein needs and is really easy to make. Thank you for this easy and excellent dish.

  7. Let me start off by saying what a beautiful dish, looks yummy! I am a HUGE lover of salads. It is always my go to during the week with having a busy schedule with work, kids, and hubby! Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

  8. Hi, this looks great and could be tomorrow night’s dinner. For me it’s not protein I am concerned about the fibre. Luckily this seems to take care of both with the substitution of half the quinoa for lentils. Tasmania sounds great. I have only been once and loved it