The great thing about this recipe is its versatility. It is very good as written and it gives you a good base to start with and lends itself beautifully to your personal tastes. Over the years we've made this a dozen different ways. Any chopped nut can be substituted for the sunflower seeds. Craisins, dried cherries, dried bleuberries for the raisins. Flavored bacon, maple or hickory - or plain. Green or yellow onion instead of red - or simply leave it out if you are anti-onion. Cauliflower and broccoli. Change the vinegar to suit your tastes - red or white wine, rice or cider. A little less sugar, a bit more vinegar, thin the mayo a bit more with a little milk - you can easily make this your own. That makes it a great addition to your recipe box.
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The great thing about this recipe is its versatility. It is very good as written and it gives...