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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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33 Comments

  1. Linda Bolt

    How long does this broccoli salad last? Is it best made just a few hours before, or can it do well in the refrigerator for a day or two?

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    1. Kevin

      Definitely a day, two might be pushing it…but, yes, chill the salad first, it’s delicious that way!

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  2. Angie Yoder

    This has been a go-to recipe for me for years when going to a pitch-in or a potluck dinner. Every time I take it, I get people begging me for the recipe!

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    1. june pope

      Thanks Angie i will try this,could be a good Church salad

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  3. Missy

    This is different than the recipe I have been using. Mine has the addition of onions, and no sour cream. I think I’ll keep the onions, but add sour cream and see what happens!

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  4. Jan

    Could you tell me please where on the page I can print the recipe ?
    Thanks

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  5. Tina

    It looks too creamy for my taste – think I’ll double the vegetables but not the dressing ingredients. Or half the dressing amounts.

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    1. Kevin

      Trust me, Al, it’s heavenly

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    2. Dee Dee

      I have not tried it yet, however, I would use Stevia. And the Greek Yogurt sounds wonderful and you could do that in a flavored one like apple or berry for flavor. However, I like the idea of adding the apples and berries with the plain yogurt. Going to try this soon.

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    3. susan vandergoot

      Agree… No sugar, not necessary, to unhealthy!

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      1. Kevin

        I’ll have to try it without sugar sometime, if anyone tries it without sugar, let us know how it tastes. I love the sweetness that it adds…

      2. Ruth Ann

        My recipe calls for onion too and YESS……SUGAR!!!!!!!!

  6. michael

    realey like your site

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  7. Jen

    I use Truvia instead of sugar and it is just beyond delish!

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  8. sheree

    do you cook the broccoli and colliflower first?

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    1. Kevin

      Sheree, no, you do not…you want the brocc and cauliflower nice and crisp

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      1. Faith Bremmer

        do u have a printer version for this recipe

      2. Kevin

        I’ll work on it!

  9. Beverly Herr

    looks delicious, wish it was printable.

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    1. Kevin

      Yes, I am sorry that recipe is tough to print…I’ll work on reformatting it soon!

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    2. Helen Phillips

      I just printed it you can rt. click and click on print to print it.

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  10. Debbie

    So many options but no “Print” option 🙁

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    1. Kevin

      OKay, Debbie, you were the one that pushed me to to do it – finally!:) Check back, printer-friendly version is there!

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  11. Cheryl Siebert

    How many servings?

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  12. Debbie Swinton

    Our sauce:
    Cup of kondencemilk
    cup of mayonaise

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    1. Kevin

      Interesting Debbie, thanks for sharing!

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  13. Lynn

    Yummy! I used plain nonfat greek yogurt instead of sour cream because that’s what I had and what we do normally in my house and it was still very tasty. I also added a chopped apple and a handful of dried cranberries 🙂

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    1. Kevin

      Lynn, yum, those sound like good variations!

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  14. JANIE

    hello kevin, i just joined your web site, and loved the broccoli/cauliflower salad. just want to tell your subcribers that it is PRINTABLE upper right hand corner it says “Pint”.

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    1. Kevin

      Thank you, Janie, I hope you stick around!

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  15. Frances

    fllew1@yahoo.com. I am making it for my husband today. We’ll see what happens. Thanks Frances.

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    1. Kevin

      Good luck, Frances, hope you enjoy it. My wife made it for Easter yesterday and it was awesome as always!

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