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Annie's Naturals Organic Buttermilk Dressing Review

Reviewed by Tanya Jackson | Nov 16, 2010
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Annie's Naturals Organic Buttermilk DressingI was on the lookout for a creamy, all natural salad dressing when I spotted Annie's Naturals Organic Buttermilk Dressing. I remembered that this brand had a solid review of it's Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette Dressing Review, so I thought this would probably be worth the $2.79 for an 8 ounce bottle.

For some reason, I had the idea in my mind that I didn't like buttermilk, but I actually don't think I've ever tried it. I popped open the bottle after washing a head of crisp romaine and attempted to drizzle some of the creamy concoction onto my greens, but I quickly realized that no matter how much shaking I did, the dressing was not going to come out. It's about the thickness of mayonnaise, which seemed really odd to me.

NUTRITION FACTS
Serving Size: 2 tablespoons
Calories: 60
Total Fat: 6 grams, 9%
Saturated Fat: 1 gram, 5%
Sodium: 230 mg, 10%
Carbohydrates: 1 gram
Fiber: 0%
Sugar: 1 gram
Protein: 1 gram

I got my fork down into the bottle and dug out some of the mixture. After carefully tossing the salad to ensure that it was evenly coated, I dug in. All that I can say is you NEED to get this dressing out of that bottle one way or another because it's phenomenal! It provides a delightful creaminess in a light and delicate manner, along with a slight tang that makes any salad more interesting. Need incentive to eat your greens? Look no further than Annie's Naturals Organic Buttermilk Dressing.

One serving is 2 tablespoons, but for once, I can actually say that you will probably use LESS because a little goes a long way. Each serving of this vegetarian, gluten-free dressing provides 60 calories, 6 grams of total fat, 1 gram of which is saturated fat (9% & 5% of the daily value), 230 mg of sodium (10% of the DV), 1 gram of sugars and 1 gram of protein.

The organic ingredient list includes, buttermilk, soy oil, apple cider vinegar, sour cream, water, onion, sea salt, whole egg powder, xanthan gum, chives and parsley.

Honestly, since finding this dressing, my new favorite side dish is romaine lettuce tossed with this creamy, tangy condiment. That's it. I don't desire to add anything else that might detract from the dressing's phenomenal flavor. I will definitely be adding Annie's Naturals Organic Buttermilk Dressing to my list of favorite food products.

{Website: Annie's Naturals}

Rating
Taste: 5
Nutrition: 5
Price: 5
Overall: 5
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