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What Salad Dressing To Order?
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If you don't want to quiz the waitress on what brand of salad dressings they have, what do your order? Is there a dressing that NEVER has gluten that is safe to order?

Also I starting buying Kraft ranch b/c it was labeled gluten-free, and just recently I noticed they took the gluten-free label off, anyone know anything about this?

thanks

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You could always ask for olive oil and wine vinegar on the side. But then, maybe you like the creamy dressings.

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Kraft will label all forms of gluten on there ingredient listing. They are a great company.

They also make individual packets of their salad dressing. I usually keep several in my purse all the time.

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Kraft will label all forms of gluten on there ingredient listing. They are a great company.

They also make individual packets of their salad dressing. I usually keep several in my purse all the time.

Where of you buy the individual packs?

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Searched it for ya :)

Amazon has them.... would link but... yeah...

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Where of you buy the individual packs?

I found them at my grocery store in the dressing section.

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I have a small bottle of sesame oil that I keep in my car. I take it in to use as dressing. To me it has more flavor than using an olive oil.

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When in doubt I stick with oil and vinegar... Think I will look for those pavkets though.

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We love minimus. They also have some single serve gluten-free foods.

We just get our salads with no dressing and some lemon wedges.

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Olive oil, lemon, fresh ground pepper! Yummy to me!

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