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Vegan Greek Feta Slaw

Vegan Greek Feta Slaw

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This one has a few extra steps to it that make it awesome, but I need to make sure you get to them all instead of just giving you the ingredients and telling you to mix them all together.
Take finely shredded cabbage mix with a couple of teaspoons of salt – I’d say 6 to 8 cups of cabbage in a colander. You let that sit while crumbling the feta – you’ll need half a block and you can use either standard feta or a brand of non-dairy feta (4oz) and chopping up about a cup of green onions.
Once you’re done with the chopping and crumbling, rinse off the cabbage and put it in the container you want to keep the slaw in. Add your onions and feta cheese and mix it up good.
Put all of the remaining ingredients into a seal-able container and shake until it’s  mixed well.
2 tbsp . red wine vinegar
1 tbsp . lime juice
1 minced garlic clove
1/2 tsp . dried oregano
2 tbsp . extra virgin olive oil
1/2 tsp . kosher salt
1/4 tsp . fresh ground black pepper
Pour it over the cabbage, cheese, and onions and toss well. Then let this sit in the fridge for at least an hour before you serve it. Salt and pepper to taste, as always! Enjoy, but remember that this sauce can be used for other things, too. I use it just on a basic salad and add feta cheese (false feta), bean sprouts, and radishes.
If you are interested in other recipes just like this one, then be sure to check out our All About Coleslaw blog article.
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