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Because I did not have vine-riped tomatoes I used half a pint of halved cherry tomatoes. This is wonderful--simple and delicious. Honestly I ate the whole bowl by myself! No guilt here......it's low carb and low in calories.
I've been eating this for years with red wine vinegar and sliced red onion... however I feel the Balsamic really takes it over the top. I had a bunch of Cukes and Roma tomatoes... ate this for 4 straight days and LOVED it! Wish I had a garden right about now. Thanks for sharing MOTTSBELA!
How can I not like cucumbers tomatoes vinegar and oil. However I have never really used balsamic and did not know how it changes the color of food. I used roma tomatoes and and English cucumber to save time on peeling. As soon as I added the vinegar the cucumbers and tomatoes instantly turn a brownish color. I had no problem with the taste except I might cut the vinegar and oil amount in half. Although I would not be able to serve this to company because of the odd color it imparts on the vegetables.