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Asian slaws are more than cabbage and mayonnaise

By Visi Tilak
Globe Correspondent / August 2, 2006

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Coleslaws are a lot more versatile than the classic bowl of shredded cabbage tossed with vinegar and mayonnaise. In Southern and Southeast Asia, coleslaws are made with carrots, beets, raw mango, papaya, red and green cabbages, pineapple , and other fruits and vegetables. The colors are brilliant and dressings are extremely light and refreshing. (Full article: 501 words)

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