Looking back at our honeymoon pictures from a few summers ago, brings back so many wonderful memories. Santorini is one of the most picturesque places I have ever seen. The sunsets and sunrises are so magical and hypnotic that I found myself speechless looking out. The highlight of our trip was the sunset dinners where we were able to eat unbelievably fresh produce and fish. I had thought I had tasted tomatoes and cucumbers before but I quickly realized how much I had been missing out. I could not get over the flavor and taste and was told by one of the hotel staff that the locals believe it’s from the breeze of the sea water which gives the tomatoes and cucumbers so much flavor. I could not get enough of simple salads of cucumbers and tomatoes. Luckily for me, our friends went on a trip to Greece and took a cooking class in Athens. Side note: this is one regret I have that we did not do the same but luckily for me I was able to get their recipes! Recently they came over for dinner and we recreated a few of the classic Grecian dishes into a safe IBS diet plan recipes. Looking for other Greek dishes, check out chicken kabobs and baked eggplant/papoutsakia.Print
A salad for those who dislike lettuce – tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers only!
- 4 Tomatoes, diced
- 1 Cucumber, peeled & diced
- 1 Red Bell Pepper, diced
- 4 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Oregano, Dried or Fresh, season to taste
- Kosher Salt, season to taste
- 1/2 cup Feta Cheese (or nondairy cheese like Kite Hill), cut into chunks
- Place all of the ingredients in a large bowl and gently mix well.
Recipe adapted by “Cooking with Meliartos”
Keywords: salad; fodmap salad; fodmap recipe