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    I blend 2 parts tomato, 1 part onion, and 1 part bell pepper. Add some olive oil, red wine vinegar, and/or salt to taste. Often times I throw in some stoneground mustard too, or will replace vinegar with lemon juice.


    Once, I blended some tuna in as well... made an odd consistency but it broke up the usual flavors and made it interesting.


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    tamari + nut butter + coconut milk + red curry paste slowly simmered to meld the flavors - a thai-style dressing for salads or grilled chicken.


    Cucumber Raita/Tzatziki


    tamari + rice wine vinegar


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    My old standby: EVOO, balsamic vinegar, rice wine vinegar, S&P, garlic powder, onion powder, minced red onion. Just about every salad I make has lightly toasted walnuts, a few pieces of thinly sliced apple or a few sliced grapes, and crumbled gorgonzola.


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    Salad dressing by Mark Bittman


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P9cyNv8F1g&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Ffanaticcook% 2Eblogspot%2Ecom%2Fsearch%3Fupdated%2Dmax%3D2009%2 D07%2D23T08%253A40%253A00%2D04%253A00%26max%2Dresu lts%3D6&feature=player_embedded


    And his 101 simple salads:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P9cy...layer_embedded


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    Mayonnaise. Hard to go wrong with eggs and oil, especially if you flavour it with a bit of roasted garlic.


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    I think most mayo uses soy oil, and then there are the canola based ones. I tried the latter once several years ago and it tasted like linseed oil. Yuk.


    You could, I guess, use olive oil. I think I would trust cheap grade "lite" oil more than anything soy. All the soy and grain oils use solvent extraction, so cheap olive oil is no worse in that regard.


    Someone here made coconut oil mayo, IIRC.


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    Why buy soy mayo when making it from whatever you like is so easy?


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    Salads from around the world:


    http://tinyurl.com/ylbt27b


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    EVOO + lemon juice + sea salt or garlic salt + oregano if you feel like it.


    EVOO + any vinegar + herbs


    EVOO + any vinegar + dijon mustard

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    Parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar does it for me.


    Sometimes 2 tbsps of almondbutter.


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