I really like salsa. Especially fresh, homemade, organic salsa. That’s what I made in Science lesson 13 – homemade fresh salsa.
What I needed was 1 lb. fresh Roma tomatoes, 1 half-cup of freshly squeezed lime juice (done yourself works best, especially if you want a little pulp.), 5 oz. yellow onion, 2 Serrano chilies, minced, 1/4 cup cilantro leaves (chopped), ¼ tsp sea salt, and optional cooked black beans and/or cooked corn niblets. First, slice the tomatoes so that they are in small chunks, and get a large bowl and put the tomatoes in the bowl. Second, dice the onion small and put it in. This should be about 1 onion. Then put the tiny Serrano chiles in, and the lime juice too. After that, in goes the sea salt, and mix. Next you can adjust the salt to taste, depending on the ripeness of the tomatoes, and serve!