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February 10, 2021


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Gara da Plar Mony

Mi piace questa insalata! 🥰

Simona Carini

E' un po' diversa dal solito e molto buona, Monia :)


I’m still in awe of your 68 mile bike ride!
Quinoa is a grain I’ve only tried a couple of times, not sure why I forget it but your salad is inspiring for me to try. It’s beautiful.

Deb in Hawaii

I especially love the persimmon in your quinoa salad--it looks so fresh and delicious! Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Tina. I hope you give quinoa another try: it is versatile and you can add it to other dishes, besides salad :)

I adore persimmons, Deb, and put them in most salads I make when they are in season. I managed to make the last purchase last, but now I must wait until last summer for the new crop. I'll experiment with some other fruit in the meantime. It is always a pleasure to contribute to your event :)


I don't often thing of quinoa salad, this does look lovely. Must admit though, persimmon is something i have to be in the mood for.

Debra Eliotseats

I love you can purchase locally grown quinoa. I need to use your directions to make my own 1/4 c. servings (as I am the only one here that enjoys it). As always, love your photos.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Shaheen.

Thank you, Debra. The fields of quinoa are quite a site, when the plants are full grown.

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