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March 12, 2008

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mimi

i love radishes and i'm always trying to think of new ways to eat them besides in a typical green salad. i love the idea of spicy radishes with the meaty beans! will try this once they show up at the farmer's market.

Rosa

I too love this salad, particularly with tuna and lots of Italian parsley!

ilva

I love beans served like this, thanks for this perfect HotM entry

Deborah

I love cannellini beans and this salad sounds wonderful!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

I love white bean salads, with tuna and some chopped olives added.

Adele

Mmm. If you have any leftovers, you can put them into a blender, and they instantly become a delicious white bean dip. :)

Aran

I just read another post with white beans. I can't get enough and I just made lentils yesterday! I'm a huge lover of legumes, hot, cold, soups, salads... Fantastic!

Bellini Valli

I love this versatile salad with all it's tempting flavours:D I am breaking out the BBQ:D

giz

My favourite kind of food, as a main, as a side, as a snack - it really doesn't matter. It's wholesome and totally satisfying. It also looks great.

Zenchef

Me too love beans! For once we can eat something satisfying that is not actually bad for you. Better take full advantage of it. :-)

Susan from Food Blogga

I love these types of salads--they're perfect for a main or side dish and they make great leftovers. This is a most delicious entry and heart-healthy entry.

Anali

Thanks for this recipe! Perfect timing. I have some tomatoes and cannellini beans and can make something quick for my lunch!

LisaRene

Adding beans makes a salad much more substantial. Great idea, and it looks lovely served atop baby spinach.

Labelga

Excellent! I really like beans, this is my cup of tea, a salad like this.

Sophie

Love this kind of thing - we always have stacks of cans of beans in ready for a quick lunch. Beans and radish go really well with a bit of chalky cheese crumbled on the top like Wensleydale or lancashire

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