I love either salsa with a small amount of avocado, or I make my own vinegarette. I take balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, a dash of fish sauce (found usually in the asian food section of most grocery stores) and some black pepper.
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122 10/29/10 7:06 P
I like a simple oil and vinegar dressing. I recommend playing around with your salad ingredients to include more flavors you enjoy, and decreasing the amount of dressing you use. I usually use about half a tablespoon of dressing on my salad and it's totally delicious. Try measuring out your dressing and slowly cutting back the amount, and using oil and vinegar rather than something pre-made and full of salt. Olive oil is a really healthy fat that is a great addition to your diet, and it will be so much more flavorful than the fat-free dressings out there.
My sister loves to put a little salsa into her salad instead of dressing. This gives a nice kick without a lot of extra calories. If you want it a little creamier add a teaspoon or so of lite sour cream!
10/29/10 3:19 P
I have heard of those but never tried them. Thanks for the reminder. :)
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63 10/29/10 1:07 P
try maybe the wishbone spritzers.
10/29/10 11:43 A
I'll eat salad, but love mine "floating" in dressing. Does anyone know of anything I can use other than dressings to make my salad taste better?
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