We could eat this for every meal in summer, even breakfast. It is the salad I make when I have to take a
dish to an event because it is so quick to make, everyone comes back for seconds, and it is the best advertisement for delicious no oil eating. It is easy to expand by adding more tomatoes or frozen corn. From Forks Over Knives -- The Plant-Based Way to Health
1. Add beans, tomatoes, corn, and onion to a bowl (glass looks pretty) and mix. Rinsing the beans well keeps the salad from looking gray.
2. Add cilantro, lime, and balsamic vinegar and mix again. Serve alone or with cucumber open-faced sandwiches for a perfect meal.
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