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A New Way to Eat Brussels Sprouts (and More!)
Kale isn't the only vegetable that can use a good massaging. In this play on coleslaw, Hill shows how thinly sliced Brussels sprouts, beets, carrots and Napa cabbage also benefit from the technique. The sprouts can be fantastic raw—they just need to be broken down somewhat, by the action of your hands working oil, lemon juice and salt into them. A citrus-tahini dressing completes the salad, which Hill says tastes even better after sitting in the refrigerator for a few days.

Get the recipe: Massaged Beet, Carrot and Brussels Sprout Salad with Citrus-Tahini Dressing