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    • #9202

      Karen
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      @KWhit

      Does anyone have any good salad dressing recipes that don’t call for oil?

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    • #9206

      Mrs. Love Chard
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      @Bethany

      YES! What type of dressing vibe are you going for? There are many suggestions in Session 5 of the Salad Course: https://nutribabenation.lovechard.com/lessons/session-5/

      I also love this creamy one fro our recipe library: https://nutribabenation.lovechard.com/recipes/moms-garden-dressing/ 

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    • #9218

      Karen
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      @KWhit

      Thank you – I just needed to dig deeper into the salad course. It is hard to find time to watch all the videos. Our favorite store bought dressings are RANCH, FRENCH, and a fruit like Raspberry or something like that.

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    • #9225

      Mrs. Love Chard
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      @Bethany

      Oh, definitely try this Jalapeno Ranch. The recipe in the print out for Session 5 of the Salad Course I think you would like, too. It’s a creamy cilantro lime. Additionally, pick up some raspberry balsamic vinegar or pomegranate red wine vinegar. Both GREAT for salads! Hy-Vee should carry both.

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    • #9274

      Debbie
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      @Debbie

      I like to use silken tofu as the base and add garlic, lemon juice, dill, red wine vinegar and whatever else I think I would like. I don’t think I have made the same one twice. I don’t use many recipes just kind of throw things together that I like and it seems to usually work out.

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    • #9276

      Debbie
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      @Debbie

      I also like flavored balsamic and aqua faba mix, have a blueberry and grapefruit ones now. Super simple..

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    • #10293

      Keli Klingshirn
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      @kjklingshirn

      You can try Mrs Love Chard’s “Sweet Potato Hummus,” I put mine on a salad and use it as a dressing. It’s very tasty! Or flavored vinears. I live near a little store that has every flavor imaginable, it’s amazing!

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    • #10357

      Sherrie
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      @wahminsc

      For a sweet dressing like raspberry, blend the berries with a little vinegar and aquafaba or try a sweet hummus recipe.  I use hummus on my salads with a splash of vinegar more often than not.

      And now I want a salad….

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    • #11112

      Karen
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      @KWhit

      Thank you, everyone!

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    • #11950

      Kimberley
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      @Kim

      Do you have any of Joel Fuhrman’s books to get recipes from? Hello Nutritarian has a free 7 day salad w book that has a different recipe each day. I like to make enough to last the week.

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    • #14149

      AnnMarie
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      @VeggieLover

      When I first started this lifestyle someone told me to try a dressing of pomegranate juice, and a handful of cashews and to blend it up. It is still one of my faves, easy and quick too.

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    • #14179

      Debbie
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      @Debbie

      I like using Mrs Love chards sour cream/mayo then adding flavored balsamic and a little aqua faba to thin it out. Right now I have black cherry balsamic, sometime I just use apple cider vinegar with the balsamic. I don’t think I’ve made the same dressing twice, I just make enough for 4 or 5 days.

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    • #14248

      Kimberley
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      @Kim

      dfr Fuhrman’s walnut vunaugrette is a favourite in our house

      http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/dr-fuhrmans-walnut-vinaigrette-dressing-512810

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