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Healthy Recipe: Green Mountain Goddess Dressing

By June Lupiani, RDN, CSSD

Here’s Our Rendition of the Old Classic Green Goddess Dressing The biggest difference is that we cut out the buttermilk, simply because it isn’t a typical ingredient that we have kicking around the kitchen so we use yogurt instead. And we put all of the ingredients in the blender at once and blend it rather than slowly adding ingredients separately. […] Read more »

Healthy Recipe Green Goddess Dressing

Salad Dressings Part 2: Experimenting with Dressing Combinations and Dishes

By Guest Blogger

Guest Post by Janet Zimmerman, RD, Green Mountain Nutrition Intern  Last week, we looked at how  to choose oils when making salad dressings. We also talked about the importance in varying up our options so that our taste buds don’t get bored and our bodies get different nutrients. In this post on salad dressings we will look at some creative combinations for […] Read more »


Make Your Own Salad Dressing – It’s All About the Oils

By Guest Blogger

Making Your Own Salad Dressing, Part 1 Varying Your Oils & The Basic Dressing Formula Guest Post by Janet Zimmerman, RD, Green Mountain Nutrition Intern  Do you ever make your own salad dressing? No doubt, olive oil is a go-to ingredient. Olive oil and canola oil are both great options for making salad dressings. They are heart healthy because they […] Read more »

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Healthy Cooking Thursday – Red Grape Vinaigrette

By Chef Lisa

  Fruit is a wonderful addition to salad dressings.  For one thing, you get a great flavor that matches well with the healthy superfood family of dark, bitter greens, including arugala and spinach.  For another, it is often unnecessary to add additional sweetener, required in most vinaigrette recipes to round out the flavor, if your fruit is beautifully ripe.  Plus, you’re adding some […] Read more »