If you are even the most casual watcher of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, you probably know at least three things to be true in their world: 1) Cell phones must be held at least 3 inches away from your mouth with speaker phone on at all times, 2) Elaborate practical jokes are common amongst adult siblings, and 3) If you’re going to eat lunch, it better be a salad in a clear plastic container.
In a post on her website called “Tossing Salads with My Sisters,” Kim Kardashian West revealed all the secrets behind those bowls of greens. While we have known for some time that they come from Health Nut in their hometown of Calabasas, California, the reality star dished on the specifics of each sister’s go-to order.
Here’s how it breaks down, Kardashian by Kardashian.
“Chinese Chicken Salad with a mango green-tini to drink,” she says. For the sake of journalism, we feel it necessary to point out the inconsistency here, because a mere one year ago, she tweeted that the Chef Salad was her favorite.
According to the Health Nut website, the two salads are decidedly different — though the Chinese Chicken costs $1 less, so perhaps Kim is making more budget-conscious choices in 2016.
She also orders the Chinese Chicken Salad, but she spares no expense by substituting organic chicken and adds avocado for additional charges of $2.50 and $1.50, respectively. Mango green-tini to drink.
The oldest and arguably the most health-conscious of the sisters KarJenner, she orders Kim’s ex-favorite Chef Salad with no cheese, no tomatoes and no sprouts. This merely leaves sliced turkey and sunflower seeds atop a bed of romaine and iceberg lettuce, though she also adds avocado. Unsweetened green tea for her, please.
Kendall & Kylie:
Representing the Jenner side of the clan, Kylie orders a Deluxe Salad with shredded chicken, no tomatoes and no cheese. Also a mango green-tini to wash it down (“We all love that drink, LOL!” Kim says.) “Kendall loves the Deluxe salad too,” she adds almost as an afterthought, as we imagine Kendall is too busy being a supermodel to worry about menial things like favorite foods.
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