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Raspberry Jam Salad Dressing with Omega Oils 

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Description:
Use Organic when you can. This quick and easy raspberry dressing that uses just three ingredients to make a vegan salad dressing. It is perfect for a spinach or fruit salad. I have used this often when run out of a dressing or when camping.

Ingredients:
Raspberry Jam
1 tbsp Olive oil or omega 3,6,9 oil
Cider Vinegar


Directions:
Take a couple of tablespoons of raspberry jam ,warm it until runny, strain the seeds out, mix with a tablespoon of olive oil, flax oil or omega 3,6,9 oil (Udo,hemp oil) and cider vinegar & whisk together and dress salad.


Special Diet: Vegetarian, Low Sodium, High Omega Fats


Category: Dressings

Submitted By: Dave and OK In Health



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