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As a vegan, I would make batches of hummus and tabbouli often. When I ditched the beans and grains, that no longer happened, and they were two dishes that I greatly missed. This week I was inspired to attempt an AIP-friendly version of tabbouli with radishes and jicama instead of the grains. It is light, crunchy and refreshing and a great way to get some raw veggies in. This recipe keeps in the refrigerator for a week — I love to make a big batch of this on the weekends to add to my lunches.
- Combine all of the chopped veggies (parsley, radishes, jicama, carrots, cucumber, olives, and mint) in a large bowl and toss with the olive oil, cider vinegar, lemon, and salt.