fav salad/dressing

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  1. midden

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    I LIKE TO EAT MITTENS

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    im fond of greek salad...
    and Rene's greek dressing.
    hows about you?
     
  2. thunder

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    Taco salad. Salsa.
     
  3. mctoad

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  4. tworiffic

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    there's one I just tried recently, I think it's called oriental sesame. I believe it might be by Renee's. It is awesome! I used it to grill up some chicken and then put it over my salad. It tasted fab.
     
  5. Wayne

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    caeser
     
  6. JAC

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    olive oil & balsamic vinegar on mixed greens, peppers and carrots
     
  7. Ty

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  8. Lex Lucas

    feels good.

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  9. ingress

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    the boy buys mighty ceasear
    but I am more of make my own
     
  10. teal

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    Renee's greek dressing is so good, but man is it fattening!
     
  11. midden

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    I LIKE TO EAT MITTENS

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    its true. I was eating a large quantity at the time of that post hahahaa
     
  12. Lex Lucas

    feels good.

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    No its not... I have some in front of me at work and the worst thing about it is the sodium @ 190mg
     
  13. teal

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    From the Renee's website:

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    Personally I'd say 10grams of fat per tbsp is high in fat.

    You must be looking at the greek vinaigrettes.
     
  14. Lex Lucas

    feels good.

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    ahhh ya.... it is. I didn't know there were different kinds
     
  15. DUKE

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    Very basic, Olive oil, balsamic vinegar and feta cheese.
     
  16. Daver

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    becoming a fan of this combo
     
  17. cohiba

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    White folk dressings I like: Poppyseed, French, and Thousand Island.
    My folk dressings I like: Futtouche dressing, tabbouli, vinegar and olive oil, balsamic and olive oil.
     
  18. KLD

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    Caesar! I like president's choice caesar dressing, very garlicky. But the best Caesar salad I have had has been at the Fireside and I'm not sure what they use on it.
     
  19. Sublime

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    Creamy poppyseed
    Raspberry walnut
    Bacon ranch
     
  20. PDizzle

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    ew salad
     
  21. kmac

    très classy

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    Poppyseed, Ranch, Ceaser or Olive Oil/Balsamic/Feta. Depends on what kind of salad I'm eating.
     
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    I bet you would like salad if you just found the right dressing. It makes a difference!
     
  23. intrepid

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    a) There's a forum for that.
    b) There's already a salad thread.
    c) Salad makes my life complete.
     
  24. Vance

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    See the 1 minute 10 second mark.



    That being said, No salad dressing. I prefer the taste of raw fresh veggies over dressing.
     
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  25. JAC

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    My brotha
     

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