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  1. #1
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    Favorite Salad Dressing

    Store bought or your own, if you would like to include the recipe go right ahead.

    I'm lazy so I buy mine, Newman's Own Family Recipe Italian... use it most every day at work.
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    I've been really digging French dressing as of late.

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    Hoffman House in Rockford Illinois has a warm Bacon Dressing on their salad bar that is to die for. Their food is reasonably priced and very well done. Highly recommend taking a trip there for their all you can eat prime rib or shrimp nights.

    I also like to order house made garlic dressing at different restaurants if it's available.
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    Love me some Italian or balsamic vinaigrette.
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    Chopped shallots, quality balsamic + virgin olive oil and a little brewers yeast. Super quick/healthy dressing that tastes great. Great artichoke dip too.

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    haven't bought dressing in years

    i typically have a huge jar of balsamic vinaigrette, lemon vinaigrette or some type of dijon-red wine vinaigrette in the fridge at all times
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    Shallots
    Garlic
    Salt
    Pepper
    Citrus or vinegarlive oil in a 1:2 to 1:3 ratio


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    Never store bought. Sometimes I go real basic; just some olive oil, vinegar (red wine/balsamic/apple cider) and black pepper. Not even mixed, just right on the salad if its good fresh veggies.

    Lately I do this:

    Trader Joe's "21 Seasoning Salute" - basically a blend of every spice I'd use in a salad dressing
    black pepper
    Little spicy brown mustard or Dijon
    lemon juice
    olive oil
    little bit of flax seed oil
    red wine vinegar (sometimes balsamic or apple cider)


    I stopped putting diced garlic in it and now just slice a few cloves and put it in the salad....loooooooove me some garlic.

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    Bacon Caesar. And yes, such a thing exists.

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    usually just use oil and vinegar
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    I usually just use olive oil and lemon/lime juice, with salt and pepper.

    Sometimes I'll make a simple vinaigrette, this is approx the recipe:

    -1/2 to 1 shallot, depending on how oniony you want it. You can soak the shallots in water for a little while to take some of the bite out if you like
    -1 cup of vinegar, I use champagne vinegar if it's around, but balsamic works well too
    -honey to taste
    -Olive oil, as much as it takes to make a proper emulsion
    -salt and pepper to taste

    Using a food processor or blender blend all the dry ingredients with the vinegar until you have a smooth puree, add honey until it is sweet enough for your taste, then slowly pour oil into the processor bowl (while it's on) until the dressing has the desired thickness. You can also use garlic, though I wouldn't use more than 1 small clove, and I'd probably microwave it for a bit first to take some of the bite out.

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    I don't typically use salad dressing. If I'm eating a salad I would typically just eat it dry or with a little lemon juice.

    I do like italian dressing and really chunky bleu cheese dressing.

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    I ****ing love salad dressing. If most of them weren't so bad from you I wouldn't stick to Italian, Oil and Vinegar, and stuff like that. Give me some creamy Caesar, French, blue cheese. I love thousand island but not on salads haha. There isn't much that I don't like.

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