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  1. Linky
    does anyone have a good salad dressing for phase 2 to put over lettuce? thanks
  2. Austinsmom
    I use no sugar salsa. If I have to eat out at a restaurant it's a good "dressing" in a pinch.
  3. curvygirl63
    I make a lemon vinegrette dressing using MCT Oil. I know strict protocol followers don't use MCT oil on P2 but I've been losing just fine. I'll get the recipe from home and post it here tomorrow.

    It's basically - lemon juice [not concentrate], MCT oil, mustard, stevia and spices and I keep it in an glass salad dressing bottle that I kept from a prevous dressing that I threw away.
  4. Moonbeam
    I just found this recipe on the forum and I am sorry I can't remember who should get the credit. I can't remember where it was. This is so deliscious it should win a prize. (Did I see it here?????) LOL!
    One daily ration of strawberries, cleaned and cut chunky
    1 Tab of apple cider
    1 Tab fresh lemon juice
    Put the above ingredients in a small blender like the Bullet and puree it. Taste.

    Add Stevia to taste, blending between adding and tasting.
    Optional: one small shake of salt
    one small shake of cayenne pepper.

    Blend again if necessary. This is thick and stays thick. Pour over salad greens and what ever else is going in the salad.
    I put chicken in my salad and my husband really likes it. A " Man Pleaser" for sure! Might be good frozen.
  5. SipRedWine
    Balsalmic Vinegar (sugar free) - Mix one large bottle with 1 TB sugar free lemon pepper, 1 TB garlic powder, 1 TB dried minced onions and 2 packets of stevia. A 1 TB serving (more than enough) is 23 calories. It is AWESOME over cucumbers with some grilled chicken diced in!
  6. JulieAnn
    I made a yummy dressing last night that was so simple. I think I am going to make it again today in larger quantities so I have it handy.

    Sweet Vinagrette
    1/2 cup white vinegar
    1/2 tablespoon garlic powder
    The juice of a half of a fresh lemon
    1 package of stevia

    Put in a jar, shake vigorously. I admit I mixed my vegetables (tomatoes and cucumbers, lettuce) and drizzled a little of this over them and let them marinate for about 15 minutes before eating. DELICIOUS and the vinegar was not at all overwhelming. You could sweeten more (with stevia) if desired. I am going to experiment some more and using my Vita Mix, I am thinking roasted garlic could add an full flavor to this
  7. JulieAnn
    Loved this salad dressing!

    1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    3/4 garlic
    1/2 tsp Stevia (or more if you like a sweeter taste)
    1 tsp oregano
    1/2 tsp cumen
    1/2 tsp red pepper

    Shake vigorously and it's best when it has a chance to let the flavors meld overnight. I purchased a 'salad dressing bottle' at Target, tripled the recipe and keep in my fridge, so I am ready to use it as a marinade or salad dressing at any time . I have now experimented with quite a few dressings, and this one is excellent. It taste similar to an italian dressing without the oil. I can see myself continuing to use this on even when I am done Yay!
  8. beminnieme
    I grilled some chicken then other say with curry powder and put it with diced apples over spinach. I needed a dressing, and this is what I came up with:

    Juice from 1/2 lemon
    1/2 Stevia packet
    1/4 tsp curry powder
    1/4 tsp Mrs. Dash salt free seasoning (or something similar)
    2 Tbsp pom tea (optional-5this was my drink with lunch, so i mixed it in!)

    Whisk together and pour over salad.
  9. PammieLou
    For dressing I typically combine equal parts of apple cider vinegar and Bragg's, dehydrated onion and black pepper. Another good one is apple cider vinegar, yellow mustard and a packet of stevia for a honey mustard flavor.
  10. ucrgrad_LA
    I use simple truth organic tomatillo salsa or mix Bragg's aminos with mustard
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