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I tried this last night. Cindy is right - the juice from the tomatoes does make a dressing. And it is delicious. This is very easy and simple to make with minimal preparation, so would be a good choice for children to start with (as long as the cutting of ingredients was supervised). After trying the recipe exactly as it reads, I did add some of my favourite ingredients - olives and just a dash of a dressing (made from lemon, vinegar, salt and sugar). This gave it a very unusual taste which I will be happy to eat again tonight.

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Sandra Hyde October 05, 2002

This is my go to tossed salad. I love the veggies in this and added radishes, other colors of bell pepper and/ or blue cheese crumbles as well. The family wanted dressing on theirs but this can be eaten plain or with oil and vinegar just as easily. The tomatoes must be good and ripe. The Bermuda onion sounds so fancy but it is just sweet onion. Scrumptious. Thanks for posting Cindy Lynn, I grew up on this salad and love it just as much now as then. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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ChefDLH February 17, 2014

Really good fresh salad. I also added some radishes and smoked gouda cubes. Easy and delish. Thanks for sharing. Made for Name That Ingredient Tag.

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lazyme June 24, 2013

This is a nice, colorful basic tossed salad. I had nice homegrown tomatoes and cucumbers that I used. I used a prepackaged iceburg salad mix (the kind with shredded carrots and cabbage in it). I sprinkled cheese on top and had little bowls of salad toppers such as sunflower seeds, croutons, bacon bits, so everyone could personalize their salad. I drizzled the salad with a plain oil and vinegar mixture. Thanx for posting. We'll have this again.

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*Parsley* September 24, 2006
My Favorite Tossed Salad