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I know I can usually get oil and vinegar for my salad when I'm dining out but I don't particularly like oil and vinegar so I need to find small packages of other dressings.

I have searched the internet but haven't found anything except boxes with huge quanities.

Any ideas?

David

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I order the small packets from the Gluten Free Pantry. You can buy just one or as many as you want. They have lots of flavors and cost about 72 cents each. I'll be away on business for 3 weeks so just ordered a whole slew of them to cart along. Like you, oil and vinegar is boring most of the time! ;)

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All kinds of stuff here, and it looks like you can buy just one of anything:

http://minimus.biz/default.aspx

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Hey!

I bought travel packets from Annies naturals. They have a website I forget what it is, but the dressing is good, and they have 4 varieties in little packets.

melissa

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When I first got diagnosed I bought one of those food savers that vacuum seals the food. I thought this might make my life easier in that I could cook nad freeze more food longer. Turns out that one of my favorite uses of the "Food Saver" is to make condiment sized bags of sauces. I stock them in th fridge and grab a few when I go out. I stock my gluten-free soy sauce, salad dressings, BBQ sauce, etc. These work great for me. If I am out I bring a tupperware container the smallest size, but be carefule of the ones that leak :)

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I went to the Container Store and bought a few leakproof bottles for carrying the condiments and cooking items I wanted while I was on business travel...

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Here is that info for Annie's Naturals:

Dear Chantal,

The packets are a wonderful design- especially for those with particular dietary needs. The packets do not need to be refrigerated prior to opening. They should be refrigerated after opening.

We have made the packets available for order, since so many showed an interest. They are .39 cents a piece or $11.70 a case (of 30) plus ups shipping. The shipping is generally $7.00 and up depending on location and weight of package. You can order online at www.anniesnaturals.com or by calling 800-434-1234 ext. 320.

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