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Roasted Cauliflower, Beet, and Farro Salad

A little of this hearty salad goes a long way. Farro has the sturdiness to stand up to several days in the fridge—making itself readily available for side dishes and this Roasted Cauliflower, Beet, and Farro Salad. Also, is there any better way to eat cauliflower than roasted to crispy perfection? Nope, didn't think so.

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Green Goddess Glow Bowl

Although we can't promise that you'll become a goddess after eating this Green Goddess Glow Bowl, we can predict that you might feel like one! Quinoa and edamame are both standout stars for plant-based protein options. Because let's be honest, sometimes you just can't imagine ordering another chicken salad for lunch.

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Winter Kale and Wild Rice Salad

The perfect mix of light and filling, this Winter Kale and Wild Rice Salad makes for a satisfying lunch that will get you through a long day. Play around with your ingredients, like swapping kale for arugula, and apple for pear. Bonus: It's vegan and gluten free.

Related: 10 New Ways to Eat Kale

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Greek Shrimp Farro Bowl

If you've never given farro a try, this pretty bowl of goodness will have you stopping by the grocery store on your way home tonight. Farro has basically zero fat, is a great source of fiber, and even better source of bone-boosting calcium. It's a little denser than brown rice and is a bit more substantial than quinoa. This Greek Shrimp Farro Bowl takes only 35 minutes to make—perfect for meal-prep days. Obsessed? Try these Healthy Recipes Featuring High-Fiber Foods.)

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Filling Non-Salad Salads

Not another #saddesksalad! Whether you're in a salad rut or just looking for something a little more filling and satisfying, these grain-based salads will fit the bill. Bases like farro, barley, quinoa, and orzo (yeh, it's a pasta, we know) are layered with familiar and surprising salad toppings that together will leave you full longer, and help you avoid that mid-afternoon need to munch. (Be sure to try these 10 New Ways to Eat Quinoa too.)