Originally Answered: how to make low carb salad on fat days on raw food?
Almost all plant foods except for straight up oils will contain some amount of healthy carbs. However, the veggies in most salads are so low in overall calories from carbs that almost any salad will have most of its calories from fat, some from protein, and just a few from carbs.
Super high fat, super low carb days will harm your health overall, and will not help you meet either weight loss or muscle building goals. Yes, consume plenty of good, healthy oils from nuts, avocado, coconut, flax seed, and some extra virgin olive oil. And absolutely, keep sugary ingredients under control. But going seriously low carb without attention to which carbs you're slashing is not compatible with a healthy, raw vegan lifestyle. You may not get enough protein, because some raw vegan protein foods are some of the same ones that contain good carbs - sprouted grains like quinoa and buckwheat are rich in essential amino acids and other things you need. Hemp seeds and sunflower seeds are pretty low carb, and very rich in protein, so munch away on those! Yay seeds! But even beans have some carbs, alongside the healthy proteins.
Almost all salads that don't contain (sprouted or cooked) grains or beans will be low in carbs; making it high fat is just a matter of what you put on it. To keep a lid on carbs, don't add too much fruit or sweet veggies like carrots. But don't exclude those carbs altogether! You need them! And especially, you need the micronutrients that are also in those foods!
For a higher fat, lower carb salad, use flax seeds or flax seed oil in your dressing, or top with avocado and lemon juice. Use lemon juice on almost everything - it is so good for you. It is not just rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants, but it also helps support your body's natural detoxifying processes. And all that vitamin C helps you absorb iron, and other minerals too.
Coconut is a rich source of super healthy fats. We used to think that all saturated fat was bad, but lots of newer research shows that natural coconut oil actually helps us lose body fat and lower cholesterol. So eat plenty of fresh coconut too, for another good source of healthy fats.
Good luck, and just make sure you eat things that are delicious!