It’s super versatile and you would be hard-pressed to find a salad where this dressing When I said these dressings were simple, I wasn’t kidding.
They all follow the same two-step process: 1) Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
This adds another step: 1) soak the cashews and drain of their soaking water. Very disappointing broccoli – the weather became too hot before real florets could form 🙁 These two wild arugula plants are going crazy.
2) Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. One of my favorite ingredients, these green onions are almost ready!
I’m always looking for a new way to dress my salad.
I LOVE making my own salad dressings and I just went back to the archives and counted about 19 different salad dressings. When I have salad I tend to take the ranch route because I love the way it clings to the lettuce leaves and vegetables.
I mean, what’s more ‘One Ingredient’ than growing and harvesting your own food straight from the soil? But fast forward 4 months and many You Tube gardening tutorials later, and things have exploded…
dozens of sugar snap peas, bok choy, radishes (daikon and red belle), beets, multi-colored carrots, and more salad greens than I could ever use – handfuls of spicy arugula, bags of fresh kale, bunches of crispy spinach, and a near-infinite amount of baby lettuce.
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Having my own garden has always been high on my bucket list. plot opened up at my local community garden last December, I had to jump on it… Like anything worth doing, there was a huge learning curve, a lot of hard work to be done, and not many results at first.
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Dressing Up Daring to range beyond what the name implies, salad dressings often make marvelous marinades and dipping sauces.