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Created October 29, 2012 at 11:57 PM

Can I use a packaged organic all natural Italian dressing or a vinaigrette. If so any suggestions?

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on October 30, 2012
at 03:37 AM

I dare you to find one that doesn't have nasty oils in it. I think Bragg's brand might come close.

But seriously, just keep limes and lemons on hand. Drizzle juice + olive oil + salt and pepper over. All you need.

You can get fancy with herbs and garlic and mustard and vinegars and such, but for everyday use, keep it simple. If you do dairy, try adding a spoonful of Greek yogurt for a change.

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on October 30, 2012
at 12:08 AM

I would suggest making your own rather than using anything prepackaged. However, as with all things, check your labels and see what is actually in it. All natural and organic make it sound pretty safe, but check the ingredients list and see what is actually in it.

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on October 30, 2012
at 02:36 AM

Organic/Natural does not necessarily equal paleo.

Why don't you try making your own dressings? They will turn out much better, cost far less, and you'll know exactly what's in them.

Tahini is an interesting salad dressing ingredient.
Also, sauerkraut juice from home made lacto-fermented cabbage is a simple way to get some real live tang on your greens.

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on October 30, 2012
at 12:51 AM

Reduced balsamic vinegar is the best. Just buy some BV and heat it. Stop before the smoking starts or it's too sticky to get out of the pot. Forewarning: it smells awful when it's cooking down.

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