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What do you think of salad in a bag?

I used to think it was the height of luxury! Until my dad bought some and it was wilted. But then he bought another bag and it was fine. It had those little slices of cabbage and carrot which is nice since nobody wants to buy a whole cabbage.

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I'd rather make a salad fresh, but they're good when I want a quick snack.

Still, I like to have three kinds of lettuce, cabbage, Cucumber, Carrots, Tomato's, purple onion, broccoli, califlower, and cheese in my salads, so bagged salads don't really cut it.

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What do you think of salad in a bag?

I used to think it was the height of luxury! Until my dad bought some and it was wilted. But then he bought another bag and it was fine. It had those little slices of cabbage and carrot which is nice since nobody wants to buy a whole cabbage.

I couldn't help but notice that this is such an amy post. I didn't even have to read the poster's name.

I get the lettuce from a bag, but the rest of the stuff is added to it. I don't think I've ever had a salad in a bag.

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No it's not. It only costs about $1 in ingredients to make a salad. One of my salads, not one of those pansy "I've got lettuce and croutons!" salads.

A bagged salead is three bucks.

Essentially you pay more for less, all for the sake of avoiding the minor inconveiniance of chopping vegetables.

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Okay, so I love salad, all kinds and have had many experiences with the infamous 'salad in a bag'. They have Caesar salad in a bag, but that probably can only feed two for lunch, I think it's meant for one person though. But salad in a bag is great because you can get kinds with shredded carrots in it, cabbage, different types of lettuce. It's so much easier than chopping up a ton of crap.

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