Honey Mustard Salad Dressing (with Probiotics)
Are there any food
wars disagreements in your house? We argue about bread and salad dressing. I love olive oil and balsamic vinegar with garlic, salt and pepper. I’d be happy with that as a dressing for the rest of my life. Mike is sick of it, and so he buys dressing that has some questionable ingredients. He’ll buy organic, but soy, canola and carrageenan are not on my list of foods to love and enjoy, organic or not. And it’s very difficult to find salad dressing without these ingredients.
I try to satisfy him by making homemade dressing, but he hasn’t been super enthusiastic with the results, until I came up with this Honey Mustard Dressing with Probiotics. I use my homemade fermented mustard and fermented garlic to give the dressing a probiotic boost, but neither are absolutely necessary. By the way, if you don’t have time to make homemade condiments, but like the idea of them being high in probiotics, here’s how I ferment store-bought condiments.
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