Mad Fact

In 1960, Dr. Seuss’ editor bet that he couldn’t write a book using only 50 words. The resulting story was ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ which uses exactly 50 words.

Green Fact

Oh man, this salad is chock full of good stuff! Kale is one of the the most nutrient dense foods on the planet -- a single cup of raw kale exceeds your recommended daily amount of vitamins A, K, C. Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat and contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains.

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Siam I Am

Chef's Inspiration

We were inspired by the traditional Thai papaya salad for the Siam I Am; and even though the final product looks nothing like one, the flavor profile is the same and frankly, it's better (for you). It's a very filling yet healthy and powerful salad with tons of nutritional value and blended with a Ginger Soy dressing to highlight the Southeast Asian flavors.

MAD Story

I do not like green eggs nor ham.
I do not like them with a fox or in a plane.
I do not like them in a box or on a train.
I do not like them with some parrots or a quail.
But wait! I do like carrots and kale!
I like those very much on the trail and on the scale.
I also like movies and Vince Vaughn, eh
And what do you know, I also like edamame.
I must think big and strong, like Paul Bunyan.
I know! I’ll add green onion!
I must think about teacups and the British.
What about peanuts and spinach?
This needs something with joy, like a toy, not a ploy and not bok choy.
Perhaps I’ll finish it with Ginger Soy.
Alas, I know it’s not quite complete.
It needs a wheat!
This salad is better than green eggs and ham.
Or MAD backwards is not DAM(N).


  • Spinach
  • Kale
  • Quinoa
  • Carrots
  • Edamame
  • Green Onions
  • Peanuts
  • Pir-Piri Organic Tofu

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Nutrition Information

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  • Vitamin A
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  • Calcium
  • Iron