My wife is Gluten-free and we both eat a pretty Keto-friendly diet, so we don't have a lot of carbs around the house... rice, beans, bread, potatoes, etc. We mostly eat leafy greens, veggies, meats, and almond butter. (With some Keto meal replacement shakes from "Sated" when we get tired of the other stuff.)
But salads can get boring real fast. In Keto you are getting a high-fat diet, so you get to eat all the good fatty salad dressings (Bleu Cheese, Ranch, etc.), but it's still... a salad.
So we have been playing with what a "salad" is, and have come up with some others.
Generally speaking we need about 3/5ths to be veggies and 1/5th to be meat. So beef or chicken is our primary meat protein, and we cook it a bajillion ways to get different flavors and textures and different-sized pieces to add to the salad.
For the salad side of the meal, I have been playing with chopped veggies, and little/no lettuce or spinach (which are our usual bases). Bell pepper chopped with onion and endive and roasted peas, was a particularly chewy and tasty one.
I've also done hot salads, where the base - spinach, bell peppers, onion, garlic - are lightly sauteed together, thrown over lettuce and diced tomatoes, then throw the meat on top.
It has been fun to play with over the summer.... a fridge full of fresh, ripe, local produce, and high-quality meats from our local butcher... hurled together in a huge bowl, and scarfed up sitting in the backyard under the tree.
That's been my diet, mostly.