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Strawberry Summer Salad Dressing

Strawberry Summer Salad Dressing
This pretty pink summer dressing is nice over mixed greens, microgreens, or sprouts. You may like to top with crumbled goat cheese and something crunchy, like nuts, seeds, or even radish. This dressing is a rich source of nutrients like omega-3, B12, and vitamin C. Ingredients 1 cup strawberries, fresh or thawed1/2 cup Udo’s Oil1/2 cup rice vinegar3 tbsp nutritional yeast2 tbsp organic tamari soy sauce1 clove garlic, smashed and peeled1/4 tsp cay...

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Craveable Chive ‘n’ Cheese Dressing

Craveable Chive ‘n’ Cheese Dressing
Craveable Chive ‘n’ Cheese Dressing Ingredients 1 egg2 tablespoons lemon juice1 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon sea salt1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce1/2 teaspoon black pepper¾ cup Udo’s Oil1/2 cup sour cream3/4 cup crumbled bleu cheese1/4 cup finely chopped fresh chives Instructions Using an immersion blender (or blender, electric beater or a whisk if you’re a pro), aerate the egg rapidly and continuously while quickly adding lemon juice, ...

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Pesto for Pasta Salad

Pesto for Pasta Salad
Love pesto? You’ll love our take, perfect to top pasta or potato salad, or serve as a spread, at your next potluck. The vibrant flavor and color of VieSun / Gandalf Spirulina™ lends itself perfectly to pesto, adding a hint of health to this simple, delicious and classic Italian sauce. <143>143>

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Salad Dressing with Sacha Inchi Oil, Thyme & Apple Cider Vinegar

Salad Dressing with Sacha Inchi Oil, Thyme & Apple Cider Vinegar
Ingredients 1/2 cup Flora Ginger and Lemon Flavour Apple Cider Vinegar Drink 1/4 cup Flora Sacha Inchi Oil 2 small garlic cloves 2 tbsp. fresh thyme leaves A couple pinches of pink salt White pepper, to taste Instructions Blend everything until fully emulsified and creamy (it will still be thin, but will change colour and stay together Serve over mixed salad - We used purple kale, loose leaf lettuce and mizuno greens, sliced shallots, and a...

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Citrus & Mint Vinaigrette

Citrus & Mint Vinaigrette
Good quality oils can make such a difference to your diet. Even if you only change this one thing, I believe you’ll feel different. This includes: Not using oils to cook with that shouldn’t be heated (flax, canola, modified vegetable oils, margarine) Respecting an oil’s smoke point - olive oil has a smoke point of 350 F, so it can be used for light sautéing or cooking under that temperature, whereas flax oil shouldn’t be heated due to its sens...

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Fermented Green(s) Goddess Dressing

Fermented Green(s) Goddess Dressing
Green Goddess dressing is a California classic and the perfect way to bring a little brightness to your bowl of greens in the final days of winter. Make your salad extra green with our version, infused with fermented greens and grasses thanks to Flora Green Blend/Beyond Greens. With two servings of vegetables in one scoop, your salad has never been better for you. <76> Hillary Eaton is a Los Angeles based food and travel writer whose work ha...

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Honey Mustard Vinaigrette Recipe

Honey Mustard Vinaigrette Recipe
Perfect for a fresh summer salad paired with your favorite berries! This sunflower seed oil-based vinaigrette is super flavorful and offers some of the benefits that come from sunflower seeds themselves—such as increased energy, uplifted mood, and support for your cardiovascular system. Talk about good mood food! Sunflower seeds have been cultivated for thousands of years, originally by the indigenous people of Mexico and Peru. Brought to Europe b...

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Basil Green Goddess Salad Dressing with Udo's Oil

Basil Green Goddess Salad Dressing with Udo's Oil
Every resident chef (yeah, you!) needs a collection of go-to recipes that are delicious, simple, and—most importantly—made with real, fresh ingredients, and zero questionable ones. Using Udo’s Oil 3•6•9 Blend, nourish the ones you love with homemade salad dressing rich in essential omega-3s and -6s. <17> *Adapted from chef Philip Roemer.17>

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