16 Vegan Salad Dressings

16 Vegan Salad Dressings

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16 whole recipes checked off in one day. That only leaves one day and one recipe left to go for the 1/100/100 challenge! I can see the finish line. I’m always surprised at how many people buy pre-made salad dressings, especially when they are just so darn easy to make. In most cases, you just toss a few ingredients in an old jam jar or a mason jar, and give it a good shaking. Not only do they taste infinitely better when they are homemade, you get to avoid all of the nasty ingredients and preservatives that are often hidden in those store-bought dressings. So instead of doing that, just take in the beauty of these dressings, and then go ahead and make your own. You probably know by nowI like these collections to be admired, so scroll slowly to get the full ooh and ahh factor of each lovely dressing. All the classics are here, along with a few more fun dressings to take you on a salad journey. Ok, I lied, all the classics, are not here, you may have noticed that there is no caesar salad dressing recipes here, gasp! Never fear, the only reason I didn’t include it in this list is because I already made one. Check out my Creamy Cashew Caesar Salad Dressing if you are in that kind of mood. Now for the people who prefer oil free dressings, I found that The Fat Free Vegan came up with a recipe she calls “Thick Water” which can be used instead of oil in almost all salad dressings! I haven’t tried it myself but I thought a few of you might be curious, so check out the recipe here. For anyone who may want to try a replacement for vegan mayonnaise, try subbing it out with a plain non-dairy yogurt, such as almond or soy yogurt.

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