Leftover Salad Recipe

Leftover salad can easily become gazpacho.
By the MOTHER EARTH NEWS editors
May/June 1980

With a blender you can turn this leftover salad into gazpacho.
PHOTO: FOTOLIA/STUDIO GI


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Donna Sigler of Buckingham, Pennsylvania knows what to do with a lot of dressed, leftover salad that's going to turn into a soggy waste by the next morning. She throws the oiled and spiced vegetables into a blender, adds some tomato juice, and mixes the contents up. Viola! The best gazpacho you've ever tasted!







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