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<p>My gr-grandma made this quite often in the summer when the cukes came in. Their farm was in south east Indiana on the Ohio River. I spent a lot of time there when I was a kid.</p>Source: Anna Alvida Westerkamm (Entered by Closed Account)
Serves: 4-6 servings
Step by Step Instructions
- Slice cucumbers and onion into very, very thin slices. I use a grater for the cukes. Add salt and pepper to taste. Toss to mix all.
- Place the slices in a colander over a bowl to drain for about 90 minutes.
- Squeeze remaining liquid from the cuke mixture and place them in a bowl. Squeeze the juice of the lemon on to the cukes and add packet of sweetener (or teaspoon of sugar) and mix well. Add more sweetener as desired.
- Cover and place in fridge to chill. Toss well before serving.
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