Recipe Directions

1. Finely chop parsley, basil, shallot, and olives.
2. Transfer to a small bowl and add the olive oil, lemon juice, and pepper.
3. Serve over thick slices of colorful heirloom tomatoes.
Since I am not 100% raw I added a few capers and a drizzle of balsamic when I ate it:)
Here is my blog post using this as an appetizer, including a crisp cracker recipe:)
http://thehappyrawkitchen.blogspot.com/2009/08/one-thing-leads-to-anothe...

Evergreen's Thoughts

a quick and tasty dressing, especially for heirloom tomatoes

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Hi tukiville (cute avatar!)...yes, I'm sorry I forgot to mention raw olives are available online from sites such as raw guru and sunfood nutrition. Some co-op/ health food stores also have them sometimes:)

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raw olives are raw...

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Are the olives raw?

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