Beet, Lemon, and Walnut Salad
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Acid in a salad is crucial: It makes the greens and vegetables in any salad sing, and it cuts through creamy, earthy, or fatty components beautifully. Beyond the juice or vinegar in your vinaigrette, you can add acid with sliced tart apples, orange segments, or pickles. Once macerated to remove their powerful pucker, lemon segments are a beautiful addition to an earthy beet salad. The bits of pulp burst on the tongue with each bite, so you only need to drizzle with a little oil. Use the remaining lemon juice for your next vinaigrette or add to lemonade.