By The Rawtarian

Tired of plain old green salads (not that there's anything wrong with them!)? Liven up your next salad with a delicious raw dressing. From crazy garlicky to oh-so-cool ranch, there's a dressing here for every palate.

All of these recipes are super easy to make, so no excuses! Your taste-buds will be doing the happy dance, trust me!

Simple Raw Garlic Salad Dressing

You like garlic? You got it! This Simple Raw Garlic Salad Dressing will rock your socks off (if you're wearing any!). With 3 cloves of garlic, this dressing is not for the faint of heart!

On the second day, it takes on a thicker, creamier texture, reminiscent of Caesar salad dressing. Yum!

Raw Ranch Dressing

If you're missing 'real' ranch dressing, then you have to try this Raw Ranch Dressing! You won't know the difference! Oh so cool and creamy, this dressing is perfect for your pile of greens, or used as a scrumptious veggie dip.

Cashews are the surprising key ingredient in this recipe.

Raw Vinaigrette

For the purists at heart, here is a simple and delicious Raw Vinaigrette. Its taste is just a little sweet & tangy, perfect for splashing on a fave recipe of mine, Avocado Dulse Salad.

This dressing keeps up to 5 days in the fridge.

Raw Strawberry Vinaigrette

Here's a lively vinaigrette for you: Raw Strawberry Vinaigrette. Strawberries add a delightfully sweet counterpart to the tartness of the apple cider vinegar. No added sweeteners are required.

With only four ingredients - strawberries (of course!), olive oil, apple cider vinegar and sea salt, this salad dressing is a breeze to make.

Raw Red Pepper Dressing

This Raw Red Pepper Dressing tastes as good as it looks! A little zingy but only subtly so, it's the perfect complement to a big tossed salad.

Ginger and garlic give this recipe its exceptionally great taste!

Splash It On!

With recipes like these, you won't be missing the SAD (Standard American Diet) dressings you used to love. Which one will you try first? Hard decision - they're all so good!

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Hi Vaishali,

Is it an allergy that has you concerned about traces of shellfish?

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Hi Jane, wanted to buy dulse n nori sheets but found that they contain traces of shellfish, is this true?? If yes, then what is the substitute?
And also kindly do lemme know which doesn't contain shellfish.

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Hi Jane,
It's not an allergy as am always vegetarian from childhood, being vegetarian is the reason for not consuming seaweed with traces of shellfish. Kindly advise an alternate or a brand which is not having shellfish.

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Hi Jane,
It's not an allergy as am always vegetarian from childhood, being vegetarian is the reason for not consuming seaweed with traces of shellfish. Kindly advise an alternate or a brand which is not having shellfish.

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The traces would be extremely low! I think the warning is simply there to alert people with serious allergies. :)

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Thx!

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My pleasure, Vaishali!

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Hi Jane, wanted to buy dulse n nori sheets but found that they contain traces of shellfish, is this true?? If yes, then what is the substitute?
And also kindly do lemme know which doesn't contain shellfish.

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Hi Vaishali,

Is it an allergy that has you concerned about traces of shellfish?

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