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Combine grated carrot with sliced green onions.
Whisk together grated ginger, minced garlic, lemon juice, vinegar, sesame oil, Dijon mustard and extra virgin olive oil.
Pour dressing over carrot mixture and toss to coat.
Add salt/pepper as needed.
Cover and chill 1 hour, or serve as is.
Natalie Lowell is a volunteer at Dana-Farber and graduate of Simmons College with a Bachelor's of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics. Her mother is a nurse at Dana-Farber and inspired her to pursue a career in healthcare.
Carrots, beets, apples, bok choy, fennel, and similar vegetables would make an equally appetizing slaw with this dressing.
Use seasonal and locally sourced produce that has been picked before the peak of ripeness for richer flavors and higher nutrient content. Explore your local farmer's market or join a community supported agriculture group to explore more produce options that would go great with a light dressing.