Even when seeded, cucumbers can give off a lot of liquid and make dressings too watery. For this reason, we think it's a good idea to salt and weigh the cucumber before dressing them .
1.Place seeded cucumber halves flat-side down on a work surface and slice them on the diagonal
into 1/4 inch-thick pieces.
2.Toss the cucumbers with salt (1 teaspoon for every cucumber) in a colander. To help extract as
much liquid as possible, weigh the cucumber.To apply the weight evenly, fill a gallon-sized
zipper-lock bag with water and seal tightly. Place the bag over the cucumbers in the
colander. Let the cucumber drain for a least 1 hour, preferably for 3 hours. There's no need to
rinse off the salt; just make sure not to add salt to the dressing.
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