Greek salad, when served in the United States, often includes some type of lettuce. I’m informed by Greek people in Greece (so there’s no arguing) that this is an abomination. A true Greek salad consists of tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, onion, feta cheese, and olives (usually Kalamata). It is typically seasoned with salt and oregano, and is dressed with olive oil. Sliced green bell pepper is also often added, and was indeed present in the Greek salad I ate yesterday in Greece. Personally I can do without the onions, though I realize I am a minority in that opinion. In any case, the Greek salad is a divine and beautiful thing—and deserves an outfit!
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