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Salad Kids Love - Sunomono

>> 5/18/10

This Japanese salad turns out different every time.

Here are the basics: sliced cucumbers, rice wine vinegar, something sweet (sugar, sweetener, agave syrup, I use Purevia - a natural, zero calorie sweetner from the Stevia plant - a bit much I know), soy sauce, water, salt.
Mix everything but the cucumbers to taste. Adjust to your liking and then pour over the cukes.

For the uncertain:
-one large cucumber
-2 T rice wine vinegar
-1 T sugar (one packet sweetener)
-1/2 t salt
-1/4 t soy sauce
-1 T water

For the adventurous: add in any of the following: sliced radishes, sliced red onion, crabmeat, imitation crabmeat, sesame seeds).
For the fancy: use English cucumbers, regular cucumbers-halved, scoop out seeds and slice, or Persian cucumbers (shown).

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