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Walden Farms Dressings Good For Any Diet


Walden Farms Salad Dressings
are perfect for low-carbers

I really like a good salad, don’t you? Before I started livin’ la vida low-carb, I very rarely allowed myself the opportunity to eat a bowl full of yummy greens with tomatoes, cucumbers, cheese, and everything else that makes for a good salad.

Thankfully I discovered how truly wonderful salads can be, especially as part of your healthy low-carb program. But for the low-carber, there’s just one slight problem — What kind of salad dressing do you put on top of that salad? Hmmmm?

It’s sad that too many salad dressings contain excessive amounts of sugar in them, especially low-fat dressings which have to contain added sugars and sodium for taste. Ranch dressing (Hidden Valley is my fave!) is naturally low in carbohydrates, but what if I wanted a Honey Mustard dressing or even Thousand Island? Are people who are on the low-carb lifestyle just supposed to do without these dressings forever?

Well, not if they choose from the wide variety of dressing available from Walden Farms! This is a name you trust to bring you a very high quality, great tasting salad dressing without worrying about it containing any calories, fat, cholesterol, sugar, or carbs!

What that means is regardless of what diet plan you choose, Walden Farms salad dressings will complement your healthy lifestyle.

There are 17 unique and popular flavors for you to choose from, including:

Zesty Italian
Creamy Italian
Coleslaw Dressing
Sweet Onion
Asian
Thousand Island
Ranch
Balsamic Vinaigrette
Creamy Bacon
Creamy Bleu Cheese
Honey Dijon
Sun Dried Tomato
Ceasar
French
Raspberry Vinaigrette
Bacon Ranch
Italian Russian

Now you get to have your salad and eat it with your favorite dressings, too! Click here to place an order TODAY!

  • Gary

    Jimmy, for some time, as a bit of an epicure (or gourmand!), I have given up on prepared dressings (low-carb or otherwise), deciding to prepare my own fresh dressing at the last minute instead. I understand that many people don’t consider this, as quite a few of us don’t cook or know how to cook today, but I wanted to put in my own two cents as a suggestion anyway.

    That is, it is a wonderful thing to rediscover the incredible flavor of fresh greens and salad vegetables by not drowning them in prepared dressings. A vinaigrette prepared with a good olive oil (or grapeseed oil or canola oil, if you don’t like your oil with its own strong flavor) in any myriad of variations, depending on the herbs and spices that you choose, is a dressing that is tasty – and it allows the terrific flavors of the greens and vegetables to shine through.

    As a side note, I want to stress that the best oils for your health, as far as salad dressings are concerned, are olive, grapeseed, and canola – and preferably “cold-pressed”. Corn oil and soybean oil are not particularly desirable, despite the press of the past forty or so years. And certain kinds of safflower and sunflower oils are not as healthful as previously thought.

    A vinaigrette is easy to prepare at the last minute if you keep a jar with a tight lid. Prepare the dressing in the amount you desire, just making sure that the ratio of oil to vinegar (or lemon juice, if you prefer) is about 3:1 or 4:1. The herbs and spices are in amounts to your own taste. Note that if you make too much for one meal, vinaigrettes can be stored in the refrigerator for several days.

  • Gary

    I forgot to mention for those who might not know… The reason for the tight lid is that once you have put oil, vinegar, and flavorings in the jar, you must shake the contents vigorously for twenty or thirty seconds to get all the flavors mixed together – and emulsify (combine) the oil and vinegar. Stirring with a spoon won’t cut it. The oil and vinegar won’t emulsify that way.

  • Gary

    I forgot to mention for those who might not know… The reason for the tight lid is that once you have put oil, vinegar, and flavorings in the jar, you must shake the contents vigorously for twenty or thirty seconds to get all the flavors mixed together – and emulsify (combine) the oil and vinegar. Stirring with a spoon won’t cut it. The oil and vinegar won’t emulsify that way.

  • Bella and Blessing

    I was disappointed with both ranch and thousand island dressings by Walden Farms, altho I appreciate both their ketsup and maple syrup products.