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Posted by Grant on May 31st, 2014

Recipe: Salad Dressing

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Pouring dressing onto salad

This is a quick easy food accompaniment that is as healthy as it is delicious with no trans fats, and no sugar. Trust Marsha to come up with such a nourishing salad dressing that also tastes so good. The freshly ground garlic provides Allicin which is the best natural broad spectrum antibiotic from mother nature. Note that Allicin loses it's strength quickly once the garlic clove is ground, so this salad dressing is best if you can prepare it fresh each time. If you have to make it ahead of time, or if you make enough for a few meals, it is still good for you. It is still far better than any store bought dressing.

 


Ingredients

Ingredients (for 4 servings):
4 tablespoons organic lemon juice
4 tablespoons olive oil
2-3 cloves of fresh garlic
1.5 tsp French's Mustard
1.5 tsp Bragg's amino acid
1/8 tsp Turmeric
Pinch of Stevia (to taste)

Ingredients into blender

Start by peeling the garlic cloves and adding them to the blender along with all of the other ingredients.




blending

Blend for approximately 1 minute to get the garlic ground up well, thus releasing as much allicin as possible.

Next is to enjoy in a variety of ways. Use plenty, it's very healthy!
dressing on a salad with turkey Coleslaw
On a salad On a salad with turkey, also great as a topping for turkey, chicken and fish On coleslaw, or other vegetables































 
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