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Fat free salad dressing

S: 18st2lb C: 12st1lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 26.5 Loss: 6st1lb(33.46%)
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BubblyPenguin

Recovering Foodaholic
S: 17st7lb C: 17st7lb BMI: 43.4 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#7
Be careful not to get a dressing that high in carbs- fat-free will probably have lots of something else instead to make it yummy. Personally I'd rather go for the fat and no sugar ones, at least I'd prolly stay in ketosis then :D maybe a tsp of olive oil with the same balsamic and some mixed herbs^^
 

BubblyPenguin

Recovering Foodaholic
S: 17st7lb C: 17st7lb BMI: 43.4 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
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depends what I'm cooking- I'm really into thyme at the mo, particularly lemon time. I like woody herbs this time of year as they remind me of hearty stews! I've always got mixed herbs and oregano in my cupboard. I try to avoid ready mixed ones like italian seasoning as they often have salt and extras in! For your dressing pick a herb that you like and go for it! Don't have too many fresh ones as I reckon they have a fair bit of carb in them, like veg and avoid chives as they are part of the onion family. It totally depends on what you have in your salad I guess!

I'm doing the 810 plan at the mo so I've been cooking my chicken with a bit of stock and lemon thyme...mmmmmm. You could also do it in a foil bag in the oven and add some spices!
 

curlywurly1234

Cambridge Consultant
S: 15st1lb C: 8st10lb G: 8st10lb Loss: 6st5lb(42.18%)
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I have always used balsamic, and its great, sometimes these salad dressings although they can say low fat are not really low fat at all so make sure you check xxx
 


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