I've started using salad "spritzers" more often as late, because they contain fewer calories than regular salad dressings. Recently, it was time to get another bottle, and as Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers (Caeser Delight Vinaigrette) was the only one available at FreshDirect (grocery delivery service in NYC), I decided to give it a try. I was already a fan of the Asian Silk Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, so I was hoping the $3.29 per bottle of this variety would be worth it. I put some of my salad on my plate and sprayed with the dressing.
When I took a forkful of my salad, I found out that this spray just didn't cut it for me. Although this is supposedly made with extra virgin olive oil, cheddar and Romano cheeses, spices, and a touch of lemon juice, it just tasted kind of blah. Sure, it made my salad more interesting, but I wouldn't pay that money for it again.
10 sprays of Caeser Delight Vinaigrette Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers provides 10 calories, 1 gram of total fat, 4% of the daily value for sodium, less than 1 gram of sugars, and no fiber or protein.
I much prefer the Asian Silk Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, and I felt like I had wasted my money. Does anyone else use salad spritzers? I really like them for portion control, and the taste isn't usually too bad - although it's not as good as regular salad dressings - but I'm willing to make the sacrifice ... sometimes, just not in this case.