Any suggestions on what kind of dressing that isn't so fattening to use for salads?

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Jan 24, 2014 7:42pm
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I'm lost

30 Jan
Freshly squeezed lemon juice, salt & pepper, few drops of olive oil. Any herbs you like. Or you can replace lemon juice with balsamic vinegar, though I prefer rice one.
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Jan 24, 2014 7:44pm
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Balsamic vinaigrette is fabulous and a little goes a very long way!! Or just a drizzle of olive oil and good splash or balsamic vinegar to do homemade!
24 Jan
Is olive oil good for you? I've heard that it was the and then that it was.. I wasn't so sure about it
24 Jan
Wasn't and was
24 Jan
It's a healthy fat, if you are going to use oil it's the one to choose
24 Jan
Have you ever tried the Walden Farms dressings? There are many types & are 0 calories.
24 Jan
Only thing with the 0 cal dressings is your body needs some fat to absorb all the wonderful nutrients in the veggies so once in awhile to change it up for sure they are great but try more unprocessed dressings (homemade concoctions) when possible
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Jan 24, 2014 7:57pm
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I make this light cream cheese and natural yogurt dressing, serves 5 more or less, just mix  1/2 of an 8 oz light cream cheese and 2 little plain yogurt bottles. I don't know if that's so healthy but it's way better than others! :)

24 Jan
Mmmm..... That sounds good
24 Jan
And it's really yummy :)
25 Jan
Tht does sound good do u ever add spices or fresh herbs?
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289 Posts
Jan 30, 2014 12:11am
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Extra Virgo olive oil with salt and pepper. Tastes great.

30 Jan
*Virgin
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Jan 30, 2014 12:42am
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As a general rule, stay away from any creamy dressings

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