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Delicious! Thank you for sharing.

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MerelyMarie August 13, 2013

Great flavor! Had some Greek Dressing so used 3 tbsp of that instead of the vinegars and oil! Will try to thinly slice since the diced size is hard to eat with a fork!

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Nikki S April 12, 2010

This is a very good salad recipe. I had some small cherry tomatoes I was wanted to use up and this is the recipe I chose. We really liked it. I added a few more olives then called for but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. thank you for sharing this recipe with us.

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mommyoffour September 24, 2009

Great salad - I made it up in the late morning popped it in the fridge. I made the dressing at the same time but kept it separate as one person does not like dressing (imagine!) and served it on the side I used fresh Greek oregano in the dressing and it does have a wonderful flavor. The only thing I added were chopped radishes, perhaps not Greek but the garden is overflowing, great added crunch. Thanks Sue for an easy tasty recipe

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Bergy June 16, 2003

I am Greek and I must say that we do not eat such a salad in Greece, neither is served in restaurants, which serve traditional Greek food. I have the following remarks:<br/><br/>1) If you preserve tomatoes in the fridge after cutting them they will lose their scent. Tomato should be served fresh.<br/>2) The same happens with oregano, which should be poured on top of the salad fresh.<br/>3) Balsamic vinegar has nothing to do with Greeks and greek tomato salad.<br/><br/>The only Greek Salad I know that is marinated and preserved in the fridge, is the "Politiki Salata", Salad from Constantinopolis, widely served in north Greece and Thessaloniki. You can find this recipe in this link: http://www.greek-recipe.com/salad-from-constantinopolis/<br/><br/>I do not doubt that this could be a nice salad, although I expressed my concerns especially about preserving cut tomatoes in the fridge but definitely is not a Greek Salad.

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greekrecipes2013 December 05, 2013

Wonderful wonderful wonderful! I made this as written only using fresh Greek oregano. Definately going into my Favorites of 2012. Thank you for submitting. Made for Summer on the Porch Diabetic Forum.

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mama smurf July 29, 2012

Very good! I used just half of the vinegar amounts, due to hubby's preference. Otherwise, made as is.

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J-Lynn June 18, 2012

Made this as a summer side dish, great flavor and color. I used a red pepper as I prefer them to green, otherwise followed recipe exactly. YUM! I was able to marinade about 2 hours in the fridge before dinner, everyone thought it tasted great.
UPDATE: Since last year this has become my go-to salad that is requested. I frequently add a half a box of farfalle mini bow tie pasta and double the sauce and feta - I get compliments all the time on this fresh summery pasta salad.

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Dr.JenLeddy June 03, 2012

Delightful! Used orange instead of green bell peppers.

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour April 16, 2012

Outrageous salad! I made this exactly as posted, except I used some grape tomatoes. Really flavorful. I could eat the whole thing by myself! Will make often.

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JackieOhNo! January 18, 2012
Greek Tomato Salad