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I got very creative with the veggies. I used regular green cabbage, red onions, jicama, radishes, etc. I did follow the directions to the letter on the dressing am glad I did. This salad is to die for! My husband loved it. Thanks for the memories.

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PaulaG April 12, 2004

So simple to make. I used fresh cilantro and green onions from my herb garden. At first, I thought I didn't have enough dressing, but as it "cured", the dressing definitely held the slaw together. I served this as a bed under grilled Oriental tuna. When plated, I sprinkled wasabi sauce over the tuna, and sprinkled with the toasted sesame seeds. MY HUSBAND said, "WE couldn't get a better meal in a fancy restaurant." A winner!

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Miss JUDITH October 13, 2004

Gotta agree with sugarpea and PaulaG here- TO DIE FOR! I followed the recipe just about exactly (we only used about 1/2 a bell pepper because it was a big one) and omitted the cilantro. SOOO yummy. BF is being a snob because its not a traditional cole slaw with mayo, but he loves it too. Mild but flavorful sesame flavor pairs amazingly with the crisp napa cabbage and the sweet peppers. The green onions are an important part too! Love, love, love it! Thanks for posting.

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Roosie July 14, 2004

This IS to-die-for. I could eat the whole thing myself. I didn't change a thing and I won't next time. Incredible salad! Thanks, Sharlene~W.

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sugarpea June 10, 2004

This slaw was so good. I made it with broccoli slaw mix. Smells fabulous with the Sesame oil. I only used 7 packs of Splenda and it was plenty sweet for us. We will be making this again and agian. Thanks.

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riffraff April 30, 2004
Sesame Coleslaw