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    What are some tasty salad dressing ideas? I always use olive oil and red wine vinegar. Any other suggestions people have tried? Thanks.


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    I LOVE Green Goddess Dressing. It's primal, and totally retro :-D


    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Green-G...ng/Detail.aspx


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    Green Goddess! Haven't heard that one in years! Might have to try that again.


    I really like Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar. Never get tired of that.


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    Crumbled blue cheese, no liquid. 100 calories per ounce, which is a LOT.


    And/or, 1 oz of coconut milk. Use the ones with an emulsifier in it or else the fats solidifies right out on the cold lettuce. 45-60 calories.


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    I use a base of stone ground spicy mustard( 2 tb) then some apple cider vingear, squeeze of fresh lemon juice, fresh spices out of my herb garden or you can use a dash of dried Italian herbs, olive oil and a tad of agave nectar or raw honey(I like my dressings a bit sweet) some crushed garlic and fresh ground pepper

    everyone always asks for my salad dressing recipe!

    xoxo Darlene


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    PG, you do know what agave "nectar" is, don't you???


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    I can't get enough of really good EVOO whisked with lemon juice and salt and pepper. And when I'm in a more creamy mood, I add some creme fraiche or blue cheese.


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    I normally don't use any but sometime i use plain yogurt


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    Cook bacon in a nice deep cast iron pan. Take out the bacon and remove pan from heat. Toss the greens in the bacon grease until barely wilted and then back into your salad bowl. Throw the rest of your fixings on top, including the bacon (chopped up). This works best with heartier greens. If it's not wet enough, toss on some olive oil.


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