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Watermelon 'Feta' Mint Salad Recipe | Vegan Feta Salad

A fresh watermelon vegan feta and mint salad, with spiralized cucumber. This vegan summer salad is a fresh, delicious and super hydrating dish to serve all year long!

Watermelon 'Feta' Mint Salad Recipe | Vegan Feta SaladPerfect to bring to a summer BBQ or to accompany a light lunch, this watermelon ‘feta’ mint salad with spiralized cucumber is a fresh vegan summer salad that is delicious & super hydrating! The sweetness of the watermelon, with the saltiness of the vegan feta cheese, creaminess of the avocado and crunch of the red onion all make this the perfect balance of flavour. And with all the different shapes, colours and textures of the ingredients, who said summer salads had to be boring?

Feel free to share & print my recipe below to make your own Vegan Watermelon Feta Salad! Or you can watch me on YouTube show you how to make it!

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About The Edgy Veg: Hi, I’m Candice & I try to veganize popular food for vegans, plant-based diets, eco-conscious eaters & people who are trying to eat more plants over animals or by-products of animals.

I don’t support boring salads. Period. What I do love is a side of freshness on my plate at a summer cookout. Pair with a veggie burger and a cold drink and you’re perfectly set for a summer afternoon in the sun!

watermelon feta saladIf you want to view or print the recipe card, just scroll down for the full list of ingredients & simple instructions on how to make this vegan watermelon ‘feta’ mint salad. 

How To Make: Watermelon ‘Feta’ Mint Salad | Vegan Recipe

At a BBQ, the burgers always get to be the shining star. Today, let’s give some love to the supporting characters, the salads. This healthy salad is the perfect combination of bright colours, fresh ingredients, and flavour. With zero cook time, this salad is the easiest way to add colour & hydration to your plate.

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To prepare this salad, spiralize a cucumber, and cut 3 cups of watermelon into cubes. In a large bowl, whisk together the juice of a lime, olive oil, and a pinch of salt. Add cucumber, watermelon, diced red onion, cubed avocado, crumbled vegan feta cheese, and mint to the bowl. Very gently, toss everything together to mix and coat everything with the dressing. Taste and add additional salt if needed. Add more mint leaves and vegan feta on top to garnish.

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Vegan Summer Salads Vegan Recipe for Watermelon ‘Feta’ Mint Salad

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Watermelon 'Feta' Mint Salad Recipe
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I don't support boring salads. What I do love is a side of freshness on my plate at a summer cookout. Pair with a veggie burger and a cold drink and you're perfectly set for a summer afternoon.
Recipe type: Salad
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Serves: 4 servings
  1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together lime juice, olive oil, and a pinch of salt.
  2. Add cucumber, watermelon, red onion, avocado, vegan cheese (optional) and mint.
  3. Gently, toss using a folding motion to combine the fruit and veg with dressing. Taste and salt as needed.
  4. Garnish with additional mint and vegan cheese.


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  • I made the ““Watermelon ‘Feta’ Mint Salad,” but renamed it Watermelon Hemp Basil Salad. This is VERY close to Candice recipe, but using seeded or alkaline ingredients.
    My version was made with


    * 6 key lime, juiced
    * 3 tbsp olive oil
    * Pinch of sea salt
    * 1 cucumber,spiralized
    * 3 cups seeded watermelon, I used melon balls
    * ¼ cup red onion, fine dice
    * 1 avocado, cubed
    * ¼ cup hemp seeds
    * ¼ cup chopped fresh basil

    The favor married so well. It was very light but somewhat filling due to the avocado, hemp seeds, and olive oil. The favors truly remind me of what makes summer so special.


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