POPSUGAR Food Salads Do You Like Fruit in Salad? by partysugar 3/18/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Source Read More Fruit SaladsSaladsFruitPoll Salads Feed a Crowd With Sun-Dried-Tomato Pasta Salad Quinoa, Roasted Poblanos, Black Beans, and Kale Join Forces in This Salad The Easiest Salad You'll Ever Make How to Pack Salads on Sunday Night So They're Fresh All Week Get inspired with our daily newsletter Vegetarian Home DIY Love and Sex Tech Food Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. BermudaGrass 7 years i can't stand it when fruit is put into green salads! amber_castaldo 7 years apples, goat cheese, candy walnuts and smoked salmon with mixed greens. It's the best salad around. Lola34 7 years Fruit+cheese+nuts+salad=delicious. sarahcateh 7 years the only fruit that i can eat in salad is pears for some reason. Advah 7 years Yes! I once made that pear-baby spinach leaves salad that was suggested for the Autumn Dinner last term, my guests and I loved it! the comination of balsamic vinegar/oregano/fresh pear was incredibly good! Ester86 7 years i don't like any kind of dish that has fruits in it. i just like to eat fresh fruit by itself aimeeb 7 years Nope, if I want fruit I'll have a fruit salad thanks. live-4-gossip 7 years if the dressing is to heavy it makes it taste weird to have fruit in it. i love to add apples or oranges with a orange poppyseed dressing it is light and adds to the taste instead of covering it up rivekkah 7 years Strawberries are my fave in salads! mominator 7 years Yes I love fruit in my salad. I love Pineapple, grapes, strawberries, cranberries or apples. Not all at the same time though. yogaprincess 7 years Grapes and sliced apples are good. I hate when they but orange or mandarine slices in though. will205 7 years now, in chicken salad, i don't mind grapes. but for everything else, i like to keep it all vegetable or all fruit. not sure why... wackdoodle 7 years Sure I frequently put TOMATO and Avocado in my green salad. But that's it for the fruit in my salad - well maybe an occasional Bell Pepper slice or two. But no distinctively fruity fruits in my salad except for those three. x_juicyfruit 7 years Very tasty. :) Babycakes1234 7 years Love cranberries, pears, strawberries, mandarins, grapes, watermelon...it's all good! Maybe it's because I'm a native Californian and am used to it growing up. spazzydana 7 years haha its funny how ocd people can be! 0danielle0 7 years Nordstrom Cafe has a mixed berry salad that is delicious! Love pear/gorgonzola salads too! haute77 7 years I think fruit tastes best with leafy greens like arugula and spinach. Other than that, no I don't like fruit in other salads. Marci 7 years I hate fruit in salad. I only like fruit on its own in its original form. I don't like fruit pies, applesauce, compotes or anything made from fruit. A raisin in a pastry ruins it for me, although I'll eat raisins on their own. randomname12345 7 years I only add fruit if it works with the other ingredients in the salad. Otherwise it just gets too weird with all the different flavors. Berlin 7 years The most AMAZING salad: Romaine Lettuce Marinated Sliced Strawberries and Sliced Grapes in a raspberry vinaigrette Topped with a bit of shredded cheddar and brown sugar walnuts And a spoonful of a raspberry sour-cream dressing (it's usually in the cold produce section) on the side Had it at a dinner party once and it has been a staple salad to bring anywhere I go for parties. It's gorgeous with such dark, vibrant colors, and is so flavorful and they just play off of each other and melt into your mouth. HipMom 7 years Generally I prefer only veggies in my salad, but I do like some salad recipes that include fruit, like waldorf salad. SugarCat 7 years I love fruit in salad, but it all depends on what else is in it. j2e1n9 7 years I like fruit on EVERYTHING. Most people think its gross. :feedme: ilanac13 7 years i love adding strawberries, manderin oranges, apples or pears to a salad. i've even made an arugala and watermelon salad that's really good. it adds another dimension to the taste.