POPSUGAR Food Salads Poll: Do You Eat Salads During Winter? Do You Eat Salads During Winter? by Food 1/19/10 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Read More SaladsWinterPoll Salads This Apple Cider Vinaigrette Is Your Salad's Secret Sauce A New Way to Eat Quinoa This "Everything Salad" Is True to Its Name Feel Full Till Dinner With This Roasted Sweet Potato and Quinoa Salad POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Home Vegetarian Food Tech DIY Love and Sex Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. What’s Your Reaction? Thanks for your reaction Don’t forget to share this with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions tvjunkie45 5 years It's easier after work and classes to just throw together some greens and other pre-cut vegs and relax in front of the tv, rather than make a whole big meal. In the summer, in my family, if we can't eat it with our hands, we really don't eat it. Giasbash6260 5 years Every single day I eat HUGE HUGE salads... warm, cold... warm & cold together - raw, cooked - the whole SHEBANG! ha ha! ticamorena 5 years I simply love salads, to the point where I saladify everything I eat - eg I had some extra chilli left over, and just substituted the rice for a bowl of baby spinach leaves and rocket; same if I have some leftover pasta sauce etc I'll just substitute the pasta for salad leaves. I reckon it's because I like crunchy or "acoustic" foods, so I prefer to eat raw, crunchy stuff even if the cooked version may be healthier tiffsniff 5 years I usually don't like salads unless they're loaded up with unhealthy stuff, but I definitely eat more in the summer. Last night, though, I made a "hot" salad that will be a go-to dish for me. I sauteed some garlic in olive oil, added a handful of golden raisins, then tore up a head of lettuce. I tossed it all around, then covered the pan to let the greens wilt. After several minutes I took the lid off and let the water cook off. Added a splash of balsamic vinegar and a dash of salt, and it was a great cold-weather way for me to add leafy greens to my meal. Food 5 years tvjunkie45: Why do you think that is? tvjunkie45 5 years I actually eat more salads in the winter than the summer. Spectra 5 years I eat salads year-round. I don't care that lettuce/veggies are more expensive in the wintertime; I'm willing to spend that money on decent food for my body. I'll cut back on buying new clothes or something. CoconutPie 5 years Not as much. I eat more soup though. CoconutPie 5 years Not as much. I eat more soup though. PinkNC 5 years I'm like *Bluebel*It doesn't matter to me what season it is. If I feel like eating a salad then I will either make one or buy one. PinkNC 5 years I'm like *Bluebel* It doesn't matter to me what season it is. If I feel like eating a salad then I will either make one or buy one. bluebellknoll 5 years I eat salads all year round. I don't think I've ever thought about eating fewer salads in the winter than summer. zeze 5 years Where are you shopping Anon 3?! That's pretty crazy. I go to local, tiny grocers and their stuff is much, much cheaper. Also, if you opt for a full head of lettuce rather than the hearts and clean off yourself, you'd save a bundle!I love salads all the time, I just had an amazing spinach, pecan, cranberry and feta salad topped with raspberry vinaigrette. zeze 5 years Where are you shopping Anon 3?! That's pretty crazy. I go to local, tiny grocers and their stuff is much, much cheaper. Also, if you opt for a full head of lettuce rather than the hearts and clean off yourself, you'd save a bundle! I love salads all the time, I just had an amazing spinach, pecan, cranberry and feta salad topped with raspberry vinaigrette. mamasitamalita 5 years because summer is so drying and cold, I find myself often eating MORE salads because I need to feel nourished and taken care of from the inside out Swedeybebe 5 years I try to make a salad with dinner every night I cook. But I do notice during the winter months, I am not as creative with it as I am in the summer months. Most of the time they are just basic green salads.