Have you ever watched an episode of Keeping up With the Kardashians? Who are we kidding, of course you have! If you haven’t noticed — but you probably already did — the sisters have a penchant for constantly munching on salad in almost every episode.

Well, fans of the series have definitely taken notice of girls’ — Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall, and Kylie — obsession with their plastic bowl of greens and are dying to know how/where to get their hands on the signature meal themselves! Turns out, you’re in luck. We found the vendor behind the sisters’ favorite dish — an organic eatery named Health Nut. Continue reading for the signature salad recipes!

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Chef Salad

Kim previously revealed the name of this particular salad via Twitter last year, “On KUWTK everyone asks where our salads & yellow drinks are from — it’s a place in Calabasas called Health Nut. Chef salad with mango iced tea.”

Health Nut also claimed this dish was a favorite of Kourtney’s as well, although she swaps the turkey for shredded chicken.

Ingredients:

  • Sliced turkey breast or shredded chicken

  • Shredded mozzarella

  • Tomatoes

  • Sprouts

  • Avocado

  • Cucumber

  • Romaine and Iceberg lettuce

  • Sunflower Seeds

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Chinese Chicken Salad

“They often order our Chinese Chicken salad as well,” the vendor said. “Exchange the chicken for turkey, and served with our Sesame dressing.”

Ingredients:

  • Shredded chicken breast or turkey

  • Chow mein noodles

  • Pickled ginger

  • Carrots

  • Romaine and iceberg lettuce

  • Sesame dressing

Mango Greentini

Finish off the meal with their signature “yellow” drink!

Ingredients:

  • Green Tea

  • Mango Juice

  • Honey

“We’ve seen a tremendous spike in our social media activity as well as volume,” Health Nut owner Shirley Choi said of the recent fan interest in the meal. We bet — happy eating!

Watch the video below for the oh-so-obviously-fake moments on KUWTK!

All about those salads the Kardashians are always eating

There’s no lack of information on the Kardashians out there. Open up any of your social media apps and chances are you’ll see their famous last name plastered in a headline.

But while everyone focuses on Kim’s new book of selfies, “Selfish,” or Kylie’s lip-gate, we have more pressing intel on something that the fans really want to know: What is that salad the Kardashians are always eating on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”?!

THE SALADS! #KUWTK pic.twitter.com/5uH5OHMjMu

— Kardashians on E! (@KUWTK) April 20, 2015

We have the answer: The Kardashian clan chomps on two different salads from a little shop called Health Nut in Woodland Hills, Calif., just on the border of Calabasas, where they live. One is a simple “Chef Salad” with chicken, romaine and iceberg lettuce, shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, sprouts and sunflower seeds, while the other is the “Chinese Chicken Salad” with chow mein noodles, pickled ginger and carrots on romaine and iceberg lettuce.

And that tea they drink? It’s called a Mango Greentini, which consists of green tea, mango juice, and honey.

On KUWTK everyone asks where our salads & yellow drinks are from- it’s a place in Calabasas called Health Nut. Chef salad w mango iced tea

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) April 13, 2015

I recently popped into Health Nut to try out the goods and find out why the Kardashians can’t get enough of them. We sat down with longtime Health Nut employee Eura Chai, who told us the Kardashians frequent the establishment on a weekly basis. (Sure enough, Khloe’s assistant, Malika Haqq, stopped in to pick up a to-go order an hour later.) You can watch the full blow-by-blow in this video:

If you’d like my opinion, the salads and the mango green tea were delicious. It either had to do with the freshness of the ingredients, the homemade salad dressings, or perhaps the fact that I was just that much closer to keeping up with the Kardashians.

This article originally appeared on Glamour

Where do the Kardashian-Jenner women get those colorful salads and yellow iced teas featured heavily in Keeping Up With the Kardashians? At Health Nut, a fast-casual joint in Woodland Hills that began as a vitamin and health supplement store.

Now the family-owned eatery is set to open a new location in Sherman Oaks on July 27th at 4550 Van Nuys Blvd., keeping up with the explosive fame of their most visible and loyal patrons.

“They’ve been frequent customers for a long time, even before they were quite famous,” Health Nut owner Steve Choi said of the Kardashian-Jenner family, stars of the hit reality series on its 16th season.

“Back in 2015, so many people kept asking where they get their salads from. Then things really took off when a few of them tweeted about us. They put us on the map,” he said Tuesday outside the eatery’s forthcoming location.

Finding a clean-eating fast-casual spot along Ventura Boulevard for lunch is not rocket science. But even among all the options, President and CEO of the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce David Phelps said Health Nut brings added diversity.

“I think it’s going to be a great asset to Sherman oaks’ organic eatery choices,” said Sperling.

After immigrating to Los Angeles from Korea, Choi’s parents Mike and Shirley purchased their current storefront in the El Camino shopping center on Mulholland Drive in 1988.

The store’s food service consisted of just a deli counter and couple tables to start, but they decided to expand into a bona fide restaurant in the early 2000s as Amazon and Costco pushed independent sellers out of the vitamin market.

Soon the spot developed a loyal customer base in the Calabasas area. On the menu are Korean-influenced wraps, sandwiches and noodle soup – all markedly simple and health conscious.

But it’s the salads averaging $12 that steal the show, doused in flavorful dressing the restaurant sells by the bottle. The chef’s salad and mango ice tea was Kim’s favorite back in 2015.

Noodlerama — a salad mix of romaine, carrot and pickled radish thrown atop a bed of rice noodles mixed with spicy sesame dressing — isn’t a regular Kardashian order but has garnered a devoted local following on its own merit.

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With the Calabasas-based family rising dramatically in fame and fortune, one might guess they’ve left Health Nut behind in recent years. But Choi says the family members order from them almost everyday.

“They always send their people – assistants, producers and such. Once in a while we’ll actually get orders with their name,” he said, adding that Kylie Jenner was the last person to walk into the store a couple months ago. At 21, Jenner was recently named the youngest self-made billionaire.

“The more famous they get, the more popular we get,” said Choi. “We’ve grown with them.”

This dreamy creamy lemony ginger salad dressing is dairy-free free and made with ginger, turmeric, lemon and tahini.

This dressing has such a bright, fresh taste to it and is completely different than another dressing I’ve ever made. There’s no vinegar or oil in it, but it’s perfectly sweet and savoury – AND super creamy!

I put this salad dressing on my salads for an entire week straight because it was so delicious. I recommend adding this to crunchy salads, or drizzling it over grilled salmon or veggies.

Adding tahini to salad dressings makes them super creamy without any dairy. Tahini is basically sesame seeds ground up until they turn into a nut butter consistency. I love add anti-inflammatory spices like ginger and turmeric root to my recipes. These spices are just so good for your overall health, and adding them into salad dressings like this is the perfect way to incorporate more spices into your diet.

If you liked this creamy lemon ginger salad dressing and are looking for more healthy salad dressing recipes I have some great ones here, here & here!

If you try out this delicious healthy salad dressing recipe, please share your photos and tag me @urhealthnut so I can see and like them!

Recipe

Creamy Lemon Ginger Salad Dressing

This dreamy creamy, lemony ginger salad dressing is dairy-free free and made with ginger, turmeric, lemon and tahini. Prep Time: 5 mins Total Time: 5 mins

Ingredients:

  • ¼ cup raw tahini
  • ½ cup water
  • ½ inch ginger minced
  • ½ inch turmeric minced or you can use ½ tsp. turmeric powder
  • 1 tbsp. honey
  • 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • ½ lemon juiced
  • 2 tbsp. olive oil

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Instructions:

Directions

  • In a high speed blender add in all of the ingredients starting with the liquids first and blend until smooth (roughly 30-40 sec).
  • Serve straight away or store in a airtight glass container in the fridge for 3-5 days.

Notes

If your dressing is too thick just thin it down by blending in 1 tbsp. of water at a time.

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I’m toasting to this new recipe for Champagne Mango, Avocado & Butter Lettuce Salad with Citrus-Poppyseed Dressing.

This quick and easy recipe is made with tender butter lettuce, fresh champagne mango, avocado, toasted almonds and a citrus-poppyseed dressing.

It’s super-healthy, very low in oil, and is the perfect salad to serve at a brunch, as a side with dinner, or to top with your favorite protein for lunch.

I use butter lettuce (aka boston or bibb), because it’s tender and mild so it goes perfectly with the sweetness of the fruit. To save time, you can buy pre-chopped bagged butter lettuce at the store. However, whole heads of lettuce washed and chopped fresh are always best.

TIP: be sure to always dry your salad greens very well so that the delicious salad dressing sticks!

Lettuce and fruit (yes, avocado is a fruit!)

For the mango I go with the champagne variety (aka at ataulfo mango), which are those little yellow ones you see in the store. If you need another time saver here, you can get pre-sliced mango at Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, etc.

The dressing comes together in less than five minutes. In this recipe I use a little minced shallot, dijon to bind and add some tang, honey for a little sweetener, lemon zest to give it some zing, fresh lemon, lime, and orange juices, and just one tablespoon of avocado oil. So it’s very low oil! And of course the poppies.

The dressing can even be made in bulk to enjoy throughout the week. Just store in a jar in the fridge.

Did you know poppyseeds have health benefits?

If you want to vary the salad ingredients, below are a few ideas to mix it up or sub wherever and however you’d like.

Other salad greens to use in place of or mixed with butter lettuce:

  • arugula
  • romaine
  • baby kale
  • baby spinach
  • radicchio
  • watercress

Other fruit to use in place of mango:

  • oranges
  • strawberries
  • blueberries
  • raspberries
  • coconut

Other nuts to use in place of almonds:

  • walnuts
  • pistachios
  • cashews
  • hazelnuts
  • pecans

Other seeds to use:

  • sub chia for the poppyseeds in dressing (but dressing will be thick!)
  • add sunflower, hemp or pumpkin seeds to salad

Other citrus to use:

  • grapefruit
  • blood orange

Other oils to use:

  • olive oil
  • almond oil
  • walnut oil

Ready to dig in!

This is a great springtime salad recipe to make that has endless variations. And, as a bonus, it is packed with nutrients!

Mangoes contain vitamin C (important for immunity), as well an antioxidant known to improve eye health. Avocados have heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and have more potassium than a banana!

And last but not least, even poppyseeds have beneficial nutrients. These little seeds contain B vitamins and minerals such as copper, zinc, iron, magnesium and potassium.

Be sure to comment below or tag me on Instagram if you make this salad. I’d love to see your creations!

Want more salad recipes? Check these out…

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Tortilla, Avocado & Quinoa Salad

Print Recipe Mango, Avocado & Butter Lettuce Salad Fresh champagne mango, avocado, butter lettuce, toasted almonds and citrus poppyseed dressing

Course Brunch, Lunch, Salad
Cuisine American
Keyword dairy free, gluten free, grain free, healthy, salads, vegan, vegetables

Servings

Ingredients Salad ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped butter lettuce or boston/bibb lettuce
  • 1 mango pitted, peeled and chopped I love the yellow champagne mangos
  • 1 avocado pitted, peeled and chopped
  • 1/4 cup toasted sliced almonds

Dressing ingredients

  • 1 tbsp minced shallot
  • 1 tsp dijon mustard
  • 2 tsp honey or maple for vegan
  • 1/2 tsp lemon zest
  • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 1 tbsp fresh orange juice
  • 1 tbsp avocado oil
  • 1 tsp poppyseeds

Ingredients Salad ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped butter lettuce or boston/bibb lettuce
  • 1 mango pitted, peeled and chopped I love the yellow champagne mangos
  • 1 avocado pitted, peeled and chopped
  • 1/4 cup toasted sliced almonds

Dressing ingredients

  • 1 tbsp minced shallot
  • 1 tsp dijon mustard
  • 2 tsp honey or maple for vegan
  • 1/2 tsp lemon zest
  • 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 1 tbsp fresh orange juice
  • 1 tbsp avocado oil
  • 1 tsp poppyseeds
Course Brunch, Lunch, Salad
Cuisine American
Keyword dairy free, gluten free, grain free, healthy, salads, vegan, vegetables

Servings

Instructions

  1. in a large bowl combine all salad ingredients
  2. in a small bowl whisk dressing ingredients, then season to taste with salt & pepper; alternatively, you can purée dressing (shallot through oil, then stir in poppyseeds)
  3. toss salad with desired amount of dressing and serve right away

Recipe Notes

  1. recipe makes 2 side servings, or 1 large; dressing yields 1/3 cup
  2. see blog post for recipe variations and subs

Original recipe created by Jerran Boyer
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The only thing running through my mind while watching “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” is where the hell do they get those damn salads?

After extensive research, I’ve discovered the salads are from Health Nut in Woodland Hills, California— which I’ll be stopping at next time we’re on the way to LA ( take note, MICHAEL ). I feel like I deserve to try these famous salads after the hours of research.

Really, my intense research has left me pooped.

For whoever cares: the sisters eat a Chef Salad which includes: sliced turkey breast, shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, sprouts, sunflower seeds, & they swap turkey for chicken. Khloe usually adds avocado for an extra $1.50. Also, don’t forget an iced mango green-tini. And if we’re getting stalker-ish, which we are, there are approximately 242 calories in the salad & 277 calories in the dressing, totaling 519 calories total. Price? $10.75.

Wow, I’m a loser.

But aren’t you curious too? Just a bit?

Since we don’t have a Health Nut around our house ( ANNOYING, HIGHLY ANNOYING ) I had to figure out issue number one: WHERE THE F DO I GET THOSE SALAD CONTAINERS?

But you get it because they’re so GOOD, no? Especially perfect for taking food to the office.

It literally makes my life six billion times easier to throw a salad or a basic fruit salad in my Kim K. to-go salad container.

Best part though: I wash them & re-use them. You know all this if you follow along on Snapchat.

Making a to-go salad without my favorite Kardashian containers? Tragic, horrifying, offensive. I can’t go on.

So sure, you could say I feel strongly about the fact that everyone who works in an office setting NEEDS these containers.

Here’s why: it makes healthy eating effortless, it’s ready to go, you can make whatever you want the night before & grab it from the fridge & GO. Ultimately, I feel like a train wreck in the morning if I don’t plan ahead, so this helps me feel like my life is together.

The 3 salads I usually add to these KONTAINERS ( get it? Keeping up with the ‘K’ theme ):

1.) Basic Bitch Salad:

Handful of spinach, handful of arugula, one avocado ( too lazy to slice it, so I just squeeze it out ), lemon, my favorite garlic/tomato sauce, raw broccoli, bell peppers, sliced turkey, & chili flakes.

2.) The “I’m Feeling Creative For a Day” Salad:

Handful of arugula, handful of kale, handful of grapes, strawberries, shaved almonds, sliced eggs, olive oil, red wine vinegar, lemon, & chili flakes.

3.) I Need to Fit in My Bikini Salad:

Arugula, broccoli, spinach, avocado, shredded chicken, garlic sauce, lemon, & chili flakes.

** If you’re feeling feisty, do a fruit medley OR chop up some grapefruit with Greek yogurt, cinnamon, & Stevia. Also you can use these KONTAINERS for popcorn, scrambled eggs, &/or a taco salad. Trust me, I’ve tried it all.

I love a good fruit medley.

Anyway, is it bizarre that I researched this post ad nauseam?

Side note: currently on a plane. I literally have no idea where we are going. My birthday is May 21st & Michael decided to surprise the shit out of me. He put earphones in my ears & hid our tickets— so ya, I’m a million feet in the air with no idea where the hell we’re headed. Will keep you guys updated via Snapchat.

Ok well I’m off to eat airplane peanuts & drink champagne. Someone just clogged the only toilet on the flight, so there’s that. See you guys on Snap – @laurynevarts.

Happy Wednesday ( Thursday? I’m mixed up ). x lauryn

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Kourtney Kardashian unveiled her new lifestyle website, Poosh, Tuesday morning. It’s full of stories like “How to look good naked” and “An instant butt lift with Coach Joe,” but the one article that has become a standout is a simple recipe: “Kourt’s Signature Salad.”

We have questions.

1. What is Kourt’s signature salad?

It’s a composed plate that includes: half an avocado (sliced), two hard-boiled eggs (quartered, though the photo of the recipe shows only one egg), one hothouse tomato (no slicing instructions, but the photo shows it quartered), two tiny balls of fresh mozzarella, salt, pepper and olive oil. The recipe notes that Kardashian omits the cheese. The website calls it a “a healthy and filling dish,” which is an awfully quaint fiction.

2. Is this a salad? I mean, the definition of salad is pretty broad. Is Jell-O salad a salad? What about tuna salad, which is more of a spread? Macaroni salad? Ambrosia? Couldn’t poutine technically be a salad? (It is, under the Cube Rule.) Yes, unfortunately, this is a salad. The question you’re actually asking is below.

3. Is this a good salad?

No. This is a very sad salad. First of all: Use a whole avocado, life’s too short. Second: Take a note from Samin Nosrat and add some acid to that dressing. Third: Maybe try adding . . . some other ingredients? A little lettuce or something with crunch. Add canned tuna and green beans, and it’s at least a little closer to a Nicoise. At the very least, don’t take away the best part, which is the cheese.

4. Don’t the Kardashians know what a good salad tastes like?

Yes, actually! They eat salads on their show all the time. According to Page Six, they get them from a place called Health Nut. Kim Kardashian has tweeted about her order, which is a chef salad (chicken, romaine and iceberg lettuce, shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, sprouts and sunflower seeds) and a mango iced tea. They also order the Chinese chicken salad with chow mein noodles, pickled ginger and carrots on romaine and iceberg lettuce.

5. Why do all celebrities think they are good at food?

Probably because when you get really rich, you surround yourself with obsequious people whose job it is to convince you you’re good at everything, including food, even though most of your meals are prepared by other people, and that’s why fame is a prison of loneliness and narcissism? Anyway! There are a few decent recipes on the site — Kris Jenner’s “famous” brownies are fine, I guess — but Kourtney Kardashian is no Chrissy Teigen.

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6. Why does the word Poosh give me the creeps?

I’m not sure either, but it sounds . . . digestive.

This story was originally published at washingtonpost.com. Read it here.

There’s no lack of information on the Kardashians out there. Open up any of your social media apps and chances are you’ll see their famous last name plastered in a headline. But while everyone focuses on Kim’s new book of selfies, Selfish, or Kylie’s lip-gate, we have more pressing intel on something that the fans really want to know: What is that salad the Kardashians are always eating on Keeping Up With the Kardashians?!

We have the answer: The Kardashian clan chomps on two different salads from a little shop called Health Nut in Woodland Hills, Calif. (just on the border of Calabasas, where they live). One is a simple Chef Salad with chicken, romaine and iceberg lettuce, shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, sprouts, and sunflower seeds, while the other is a Chinese Chicken Salad with chow mein noodles, pickled ginger, and carrots on romaine and iceberg lettuce.

And that tea they drink? It’s called a Mango Greentini, which consists of green tea, mango juice, and honey.

I recently popped into Health Nut to try out the goods and find out why the Kardashians can’t get enough of them. We sat down with longtime Health Nut employee Eura Chai, who told us the Kardashians frequent the establishment on a weekly basis (and sure enough, Khloe’s assistant, Malika Haqq, stopped in to pick up a to-go order an hour later). You can watch the full blow-by-blow in this video:

If you’d like my opinion, the salads and the mango green tea were delicious. It either had to do with the freshness of the ingredients, the homemade salad dressings, or perhaps the fact that I was just that much closer to keeping up with the Kardashians.

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These are the salads the Kardashians are ALWAYS eating, in case you wanted to know

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Chances are, if you’re a fan of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, you’ve spotted the royal family of Hollywood chowing down on a salad on more than one occasion. More specifically, they frequently dig into a jumbo-sized salad in a clear plastic container. Seriously, if you don’t believe me, go turn on any episode of the past 12 seasons of the series or any of its assorted spin-offs — at some point, you’re guaranteed to see a salad lunch eaten by one or more Kardashians, per episode, at minimum. Complex even ran a series of salad-focused KUWTK recaps, which is amazing. Now, thanks to Kim, we know what’s in those salads and where they come from.

The Kardashian and Jenner sisters are known for their notoriously large (but super healthy and scrumptious-looking) salads. Kim actually revealed where the sisters get their trademark salads in April of last year, via Twitter. Apparently, it’s one of the most common questions she gets from KUWTK fans!

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Health Nut, according to their website, is a family owned and operated food and drink establishment and has been open since 1988. I strongly suggest you check out their menu if you feel like salivating over some delectable salad selections. They also mention that they’re a favorite spot of celebs and fitness experts in their “About Us.”

Shirley Choi, the owner of Health Nut, even told the NY Daily News that the Kardashians “order from pretty much every day, and send someone to pick it up.” Basically, the Kardashian clan appears to be single-handedly keeping the place in business. All of those other celebs and fitness experts clientele are just icing on the cake!

More recently, Kim took to her app to let the world know what the Kardashian/Jenner clan specifically order, right down to customized substitutions and drink preferences. Here’s the run down, via People Magazine, in case you’re ever in Woodland Hills and want to stop in to order a Kim, Khloe, Kylie, Kendall, or a Kourtney. (They’re totally going to name these customized orders after the sisters at some point, right?)

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Kim K calls the “Chinese Chicken Salad with a mango green-tini to drink” her order of choice. According to the menu, that salad comes with “shredded chicken breast, chow mein noodles, pickled ginger, and carrots with our sesame dressing.” BRB, sitting over here drooling.

Khloe Kardashian

Fitness inspiration icon of our dreams Khloe is partial to the Chinese Chicken Salad as well, according to her sister Kim, but she substitutes organic chicken and adds avocado to her order. The mango green-tini is her drink of choice, too —I don’t know what it is, but it sounds delicious.

Kourtney Kardashian

Eldest Kardashian and mama of three, Kourtney loves the Chef Salad, customizing it with no cheese, no tomatoes, and no sprouts — so that leaves sliced turkey breast and sunflower seeds on a bed of lettuce, with added avocado. Sparse, but still yummy. She washes it down with an unsweetened green tea. As someone who cannot possibly live without cheese or sugar, I seriously admire her healthy resolve.

Kylie & Kendall Jenner

The two youngest Jenners both like the Deluxe Salad, which comes with shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, sunflower seeds. Kylie is partial to the Deluxe with shredded chicken, no tomatoes and no cheese. The Jenner sibs both love the mango green-tini drink too. Apparently, it’s an irresistible nectar to the Kardash/Jenner clan.

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Replicate The Kardashian Salad from Health Nut at home with this recipe.

What is it with the Kardashians? They’re always eating The Health Nut Salad from Calabasas.

Even if you don’t watch the show, you have to admit…they look gooooood. Which is why the Kardashian Salad piqued my interest.

One night {thanks to my insomnia} I Googled, “what is the salad the Kardashians are always eating”. And apparently this Kardashian salad is a thing! After stalking the internet, I nailed down the recipe and have been recreating it at home.

This Kardashian salad is healthy, easy, nutritious and delicious. And you can batch make it on a Sunday, so you too, can have it everyday for lunch. OMG we’re JUST like the Kardashians!

Before I give you the goods, these Chef Salads come from a small health restaurant in Calabasas called Health Nut. Rumor has it they eat it 4 times a week! Although it’s been around since 1988, it’s become a tourist “destination” ever since Kim tweeted the full scoop.

If you don’t live in Cali {like I do}, here’s how you can recreate the Kardashian salad from home.

P.S. Don’t let the length of the directions scare you below! It’s soooooo easy to make. I just have a lot to say. This is important stuff people!

THE KARDASHIAN SALAD RECIPE

Ingredients
romaine lettuce
pulled chicken
avocado
shredded carrots
sliced roma tomatoes
sprouts
shredded mozzerella
sunflower seeds

Salad Directions
Bake and shred a fryer chicken or a few chicken breasts
Toss all the ingredients in together and eat! I’ll let you decide if you want to serve it in a plastic bowl.

HOW TO BATCH THE KARDASHIAN SALAD FOR LUNCH ALL WEEK

It’s all about Working Smarter, not harder friends. So do as Kris Jenner would and pour yourself a glass of red wine and get ahead of the week in one sitting. I like to bake an entire fryer chicken on a Sunday {its so easy and fast}. Then I prep 5 salads in tupperware for the week! I add the avocado day of so it’s fresh {I hate yucky brown avocados}. I also use onion sprouts (for extra flavor), which I find at Whole Foods. But any sprouts will do!

ITALIAN DRESSING

*****UPDATE!!****

You can now purchase the salad dressing directly from Health Nut and they’ll ship it to you Nation wide! The dressing is only $5.95 but note, there’s a shipping fee. I recommend going in on multiple bottles with friends or for yourself! I just ordered three.

If you don’t want to order it, I have a simple, from scratch, all real and healthy ingredient recipe below. It’s my mom’s recipe!

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This is where things go off the Kardashian path. Health Nut’s Italian Dressing is top secret. But I make my own Italian dressing from scratch, and it’s as healthy as it gets. Real, quality ingredients. I am hoping Health Nut will start selling and shipping their dressing so I can have the real thing someday! And if you know the secret recipe, give up the goods. P.S. I double dog dare someone to call Health Nuts and ask. I’ll seriously give you $10.

Dressing Ingredients/Directions
juice squeezed from a full lemon
1 TBS Dijon mustard or any kind
1-2 gloves garlic
salt and peper to taste
olive oil-equal to the amount that the above ingredients are.
Add Rosemary if desired or any other herbs. Tastes great with out any herbs!

So what do you think? Do you want to make this now too? And do you watch the Kardashians? I totally do, but don’t tell anyone. Ssssshhhhhh….

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Kim doesn’t exactly like to shake it up (Picture: Bravo/WWHL)

Kim Kardashian West eats the same salad ‘every single day’.

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The 36-year-old television personality – who has three-year-old daughter North and 17-month-old son Saint with her husband Kanye West – has admitted she has ordered the same Chinese chicken salad from Health Nut in Calabasas, California, every day for many years.

When asked about her eating habits and how often she tucks into a leafy meal on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star said: ‘Every single day from the same place pretty much. From Health Nut.’

Kim’s fave salad is made up of shredded chicken breast, chow mein noodles, pickled ginger, and carrots with sesame dressing, only costing $10.25 (£8) and you have to pay an extra few bucks if you want organic chicken and also if you want baby greens, spinach, or kale instead of the regular lettuce leaves.

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It sounds good – but really? Variety is the spice of life.

Following the birth of her son Kim, the reality star has been putting herself through the paces to reach her desired goal weight of around 8.5 stones (120lbs). The star has been documenting her fitness journey and her diet on her social media pages.

Kim still isn’t a very big boozer because her late father, Robert Kardashian, always taught her to be the ‘responsible’ child and to go out partying with her older sister Kourtney, 38, and look after her on a boozy night out during her younger years.

‘I think that my dad always just put such a responsibility on me in college,’ she said.

‘Kourtney was such a big drinker, and my dad was really well aware, so when I was 14 every weekend I had to drive him around and he would teach me how to drive his car and would say “I know you’re only 14, we don’t have cell phones so when you get to the house you have to party with your sister”.

‘He made me go with my sister every weekend to watch her, and would say “Call me from the house phone, I don’t care what time it is. When you’re leaving drive everyone home, and call me at your last destination”.

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‘I would be the designated driver. And they would literally only let me hang out just to drive everyone home. I just felt this sense of responsibility and I owned it.’

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If you’ve ever watched KUWTK and wondered about those salads they always eat, you’re not alone. Where are the salads from? What exactly are in the salads? If I eat one of the salads, will Kim find out? These are all valid questions that are extremely worthy of your time. That’s why we decided to launch an investigation into these mysterious piles of lettuce to bring you all of the important details you need to know.

The Salads

The salads come from a restaurant called The Health Nut, which is located in Calabasas, CA. It sells a variety of healthy items including sandwiches, smoothies and kombucha, but no one gives a fuck about any of those because the Kardashians don’t use them for sustenance. The Kardashians only order two types of salad: the Chef Salad and the Chinese Chicken Salad. If you eat anything else you might as well be eating food from the middle of fucking nowhere that only Kathy Griffith has ever tried.

The Chef Salad is pretty standard, and the ingredients include chicken, romaine and iceberg lettuce, shredded mozzarella, tomatoes, sprouts, and sunflower seeds. While this may sound simple enough to make on your own, don’t. That would only prove that you’re a fake fan who won’t go the extra mile to share the exact same diet as these amazing sisters who are best known for their impeccable taste in food. The other possible option is the Chinese Chicken Salad which contains chow mein noodles, pickled ginger, and carrots on romaine and iceberg lettuce. If you don’t like pickled ginger then that’s too bad because it’s Kourtney’s favorite part of the salad and therefore there are absolutely no substitutions.

The Iced Tea

When the Kardashians eat these salads, they always have iced tea to go with their meal. Specifically, they have a Mango Greentini, which contains green tea, mango juice, and honey. It costs $5.50, which might seem like a lot to pay for a drink if you’re poor and not a dedicated pseudo-Kardashian, but trust us that this stuff is the nectar of God herself, Kris Jenner.

Anything Else?

Absolutely not. There are some lemon-flavored San Pellegrinos in the fridge but we’ve never seen the girls have one with their salads so they might just be for the maids. You could maybe have a Fiji water if you’re desperate for another drink, but anything else will put you at risk of having your own personal taste. Stick with the approved items above and you’ll be one step closer to living the best and most exciting part of the Kardashians’ glamorous lives: their salads!

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