Salad Dressings & Their Preparation


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Salad Dressings & Their Preparation

Various tasty salad dressings may be made at home to serve with your salads. The kind of dressing to select depends both on the variety of salad served and on the personal preference of those to whom it is served. Some of these contain only a few ingredients and are comparatively simple to make, while others are complex and involve considerable work in their making. Whether simple or elaborate, however, the salad dressing should be carefully chosen, so that it will blend well with the ingredients of the salad with which it is used.

Try as many as possible, not only for the
practical experience, but also for the culinary discovery.



Basic French Dressing
Seasoned French Dressing
Celery Cream Dressing
Homemade Olive Oil Mayonnaise
Boiled Dressing for Chicken Salad
Boiled Salad Dressing
Cream Salad Dressing
Sour Cream Dressing
Whipped Sour Cream Dressing
Fruit Salad Dressing


Basic Salad Dressing
Apple Cider Boiled Dressing
Italian Vinaigrette
Russian Dressing
Basil Vinaigrette
Ceasar Salad Dressing
Sweet or Sour Cream Dressing
Greek Salad Vinaigrette

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Did You Know?

The art of oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice where the oil is said to act as a cleanser, pulling debris and bacteria out of the teeth and gum area.

If you want to do oil pull, use a tablespoon of organic coconut oil, organic extra virgin olive oil or unrefined organic sesame oil in your mouth, then "swish" it around pushing and pulling the oil between your teeth for 15 to 18 minutes before spitting it out. Do not ingest oil and brush your teeth after you are done. Oil pulling is the best if done first thing in the morning.

Health benefits include:
- Better health
- Better sinus health
- Better breath
- Healthier gums and teeth
- Reduction in inflamation

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