That's what I thought it was called when I was a kid.
I made a recipe today from the Fuhrman Forums called Super Slaw. I modified it enough that I hope it's printable here--that's why I'm posting, so I don't forget what I did. It's not that different from what I've made before here. I can't find my more recent inventions which are much simpler (cabbage, carrots, orange juice and chia seeds). I didn't measure anything so these quantities can vary by a factor of 2. I just went by taste.
2-3 ripe pears or apples or some of each
3-4 cups shredded carrots
3-4 cups shredded cabbage
1/2-1 cup soy yogurt
1/2 cup currants or raisins
1 Tbsp spicy pecan vinegar
1 Tbsp riesling raisin vinegar
2 medjool dates--soak in the soy yogurt for a while if you think of it and they will soften up
1/4 cup toasted pecans (I cooked them in an initially unheated oven with the temp set at 350 for 10 minutes--half that time they probably weren't even warm).
Shred the apples, carrots and cabbage in a food processor or buy them already shredded. Add the currants. Combine the soy yogurt, dates, and vinegar in a blender and blend until smooth. Take a taste of this--it's yummy. Combine with the rest of the salad and add the pecans. Super good.