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Sweet Restaurant Slaw
My 1st time making cole slaw. 1) I shredded my own veggies. 1 head cabbage, about 1/3 head red cabbage, 2 carrots. Cut cabbage with a knife. Shredded carrots w/a Benriner. Ended up with a lot of veggies (overflowing my large mixing bowl), so I doubled the sauce recipe. 2) It was honestly pretty gross seeing all the gloppy fatty goop that goes into the mixture. Next time I will try not doubling the sauce, and/or may try cutting out the oil, as one reviewer suggested. 3) Just after mixing it together, it tasted extremely sugary sweet. So I added another Tbsp of vinegar, another Tbsp of diced onion (leftover from my cutting board), and several dashes of salt. 4) After sitting for 2hrs in the fridge, liquid mixture/sauce had formed, so before serving, I drained that excess liquid and somewhat squeezed the slaw before putting into a serving bowl. About 1 hr later, the slaw was pooling again, so I think draining is a good thing. 5) The cole slaw was actually delicious. I mean, really really good! 6) Had the leftover slaw today. More liquid mixture formed so put the slaw in a colander and let it drain into a large bowl before eating. I figured it helped cut down on the fat and calories. Loved it.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 5, 2012

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