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    Avocado dressing and bacon mayo

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    Avocado Dressing plus bacon mayo
    A quick and tasty dressing, suitable for almost everyone. It's vegan and free of grains, nuts, wacky vegetable oils that I know you're supposed to avoid on the Paleo diet but can't remember why*, and it's chock full of good fats...just the thing for dressing up greens!
    Blend together;
    2 small avocados
    juice of 1 medium lime (or 2 TBL vinegar)
    2-6 cloves garlic, depending on taste
    3/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
    dash salt

    *( and after months of exclusively eating home made olive oil dressings, I no longer care. It just TASTES better)

    Here's a nifty mod if you've looked at those jars of baconnaisse and decided it was too full of vile, unnatural ingredients to be worth it.

    I used my fresh mayo recipe but replaced most of the olive oil with the fat rendered from a pound and a half of Hormel Natural Selections bacon. If you think bacon fat is gritty and gross, you REALLY need to get some uncured, naturally raised bacon and try it. The fat is nearly clear! This is so dang good, it must be wrong.

    Throw into the cup of your blender 3 egg yolks, 1 whole eggs, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1/4 tsp each paprika, Dijon mustard, and 1 TBL apple cider vinegar. Blend about 5 seconds. Slowly dribble in about a cup of olive oil (you can go with extra virgin or light, depending on how strong you like your olive taste) with the blade running. It should be very thick at this point! Slowly add 1 TBL FRESH squeezed lemon juice, and run the blender JUST til all the lemon juice and oil are incorporated.
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