I know salad is a staple food during weight loss, but sometimes when I have one for lunch or dinner, it doesn't seem like enough. I've been putting lots of veggies on my salad, but I don't always like the way it makes the salad taste when I have huge chunks of carrot or cauliflower in a bite, or when all that stuff finds its way to the bottom of the bowl so I have to eat it by itself at the end. Anyway, I figured it would be better in smaller pieces, so I took 4 baby carrots, a big floret of cauliflower, and a couple of walnuts, threw them in my food chopper, chopped them until there were no big chunks, and topped my salad with it. I thought it was great! It didn't overpower my salad at all, it really clung to the other salad ingredients so that it wasn't all left in the bottom of the bowl, and really helped to fill me up. The salad itself was red leaf lettuce, english cucumbers, vine ripe tomatoes, and red onion, and I dressed it with light ranch dressing and ground black pepper. Very awesome, very filling, so I thought I'd share.