Prepare cucumbers by peeling and slicing them very thin. (You can just peel part of the cucumbers making them look striped, and it's very attractive.) Slice onions and pepper. Add them to the cucumbers and sprinkle on the Tbsp. of salt, stir and set aside.
Bring vinegar, sugar, and celery seed to a boil on medium heat, stirring all the while to dissolve sugar. Cool, then pour over vegetables. Cover and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Serve as an individual salad on a bed or lettuce or ladle into canning jars and freeze until you're ready to eat them. Just defrost and serve for a fresh taste of summer.
Source: cooks.com published this from their magazine some time ago.
By Keeper from NC
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Slice two cucumbers. Squeeze on half of a lemon, add salt and crushed black pepper. Mix well. This delicious healthy snack is ready for TV time. Instead of cake or cookies, this is very crunchy and healthy.
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Anyone out there with an onion/tomato/cucumber salad?
By Terry from LaFayette, NY
This one is simple and my family loves it. You simply mix equal portions of sugar with cider vinegar. Add salt and pepper to taste. Toss, refrigerate and yumola! For example I will use 3 tablespoons sugar/vinegar for one cucumber, one tomato and 1/2 onion. More veggies...use more sauce.
I make cucumbers and onions and I make tomatoes and onions, but I never have mixed the 3 of them together for some reason! (I'll have to try that.) I like using the little grape tomatoes (they're usually sweet. I cut them in quarters, chop the onion, and usually I slice the cucumbers, but I think if you're going to mix them all together, I'd cube them (in bite-sized pieces). Then I make a very simple dressing of apple cider vinegar, canola oil, salt & pepper (all to-taste).