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FYI folks, spring has sprung. That means two things are right around the corner: a lot of fresh produce to cook with, and very little by way of clothing to cover you up. These two factors may seem at odds, but we’ve got something that might change your mind (actually, 29 somethings). In celebration of salad season, we’ve coaxed these seasonal leafy-green recipes from some of So Flo’s favorite restos. The options on offer range from basic (familiar fresh-lettuce mixes) to the more advanced mélange (living watercress? Yeah, that exists), that are guaranteed to help with your beach-body game plan. Whatever your salad skills, you shall not go hungry — or be relegated to nibbling lackluster greens — this bikini season.
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