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Thread: Have you ever eaten this?

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    My family used to fix what we called Dutch Dish for lunch. I have never seen anyone else eat or fix this.
    Chop tomatoes, cucumbers and onion in a bowl. Pour milk to cover, ( no the milk DOES NOT curdle). Chill for an hour and eat with salt & pepper sprinkled on.
    Best with fresh veggies from the garden.
    Whenever I fix this at work people look at me like I have 3 heads. Don't know what they are missing.

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    we do that with sour cream or yogurt.

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    It's like a cucumber - tomato salad, nothing new to us!

    Try this with english cucumbers, the don't have the seeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    we do that with sour cream or yogurt.
    same

    My Mom used to make it with a little vinegar and oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    we do that with sour cream or yogurt.
    Ditto. Good Stuff though..

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    yep...been eating it all my life...best with 1/4 cup ranch and 2TBSP of white vinegar! fresh dill and red onion too!

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    My Dad loved it made w/venegar and oil. I prefer yogurt.

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    Yep, mom used can milk. I love it with ranch.

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    I'll have to try this!!

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    So...having never made this, those of you who use ranch, do you still do the milk step or just use ranch instead? Same with the vinegar and oil -- in addition or instead of the milk?

    Thanks!

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