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Greek Salad Dressing


Another lo-calorie dressing just bursting with flavor: Greek Dressing 1 ½ cup water or cucumber juice, ¼ cup white vinegar, 2 tablespoon red wine vinegar, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon each of romano and feta cheese crumbles, ¼ teaspoon garlic powder, ½ teaspoon onion powder, ½ teaspoon lemon juice, 1 teaspoon oregano and […]

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Time for Edamames


The beans are as ready as they are going to get. They took a long season to get here. I’ll keep a few for seed, but I’m not sure if they are worth the fuss. I’ll think on it.       They are hard to pod, but they taste better than a regular starchy string […]

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Country Cream Dressing*


This one isn’t your calorie-wise type. Hubbie’s family had dairy cows, so rich thick cream was abundantly available. His mom used cream instead of butter in cakes, in a dish called cinna-coo-coo, in dressings like this, and more. I haven’t found cream that thick in the store. Even the whipping cream isn’t like it, but I […]

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Buttermilk Dressing Recipe for Mother’s Day


Most Ranch dressing have buttermilk ingredients or modified copycats of it. So this is kind of close to Ranch, but better.I believe that in a taste test with the ‘top’ brands it will rate better. It also has no: sugar, (!), no oil (!), no modified milkingredients, potassium sorbate, artificial color or flavor, phosphoric acid, […]

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Nature’s Spring Salad*


Viola! There’s enough for salad. For this salad shown I used dandelions, clover, chives, and a little baby spinach that volunteered in the garden. Spinach^ No more store lettuce that comes from who knows where, and has who knows what pesticides or preservatives added. Even when I can get organic in a small town store, […]

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