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Sunny
Wednesday, July 4, 2007, 6:38pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi to all!
I just wanted to thank everyone for posting these dressing recipes/ideas. I'm on my third week of the diet now and don't do so well with lemon, so this is very encouraging!!
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OOOOhhhh Sunny!  How unfortunate!

What about pink/ruby red grapefruit in a salad?  I like to cut off the peel, then supreme the grapefruit (cut out the nice fleshy bits from the membrane in a wedge fashion) and then SQEEEEEEZE the remaining bulk of membrane over the salad with a bit of olive oil and sprinkle with kosher salt.


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Also - for a creamy style dressing:

Take some plain kifer and sweeten it slightly with honey (or agave nectar) season with finely minced thyme, parsley, dill, basil and a little onion powder, garlic powder and salt.  RANCH DRESSING!  (My family can't tell the difference - and they aren't on the diet)

Or sometimes I do this for a dinner with guests:

Kifer, again sweetened with caramelized onion, salt and thyme

or

Kifer, the best creamy blue cheese you can find (most roqueforts are sheep's milk - and it's only for a "treat") a blob of sour cream and a blob of mayo (home-made) and lemon juice.  Mmmmm!!!


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those tips sound yummy for your type! thanks!


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