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Blend until smooth and creamy. *Coconut water is used whenever possible.

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This is a very delicate dressing. The basil flavor was very mild. 1/4 cup of salt must be an error, I found 1/4 tsp was adequate. What flavor were you after with the tumeric? It seems to me to just add color, but my taste buds sometimes miss the mark. I love the lime in this, too.

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I didn't use coconut water because I didn't have it. This dressing was good, but it pretty much just tasted like salt. However, its overpowering taste is largely my own fault because I don't think I spread it thin enough on my salad. I mixed it into romaine lettuce with some olive oil and freshly ground pepper. I also sprinkled pine nuts on top. I'll definitely make it again! It was so easy.

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Amount of salt must be a typo? If so what is the proper amount?

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1/4 teaspoon :) Corrected!

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This is a very delicate dressing. The basil flavor was very mild. 1/4 cup of salt must be an error, I found 1/4 tsp was adequate. What flavor were you after with the tumeric? It seems to me to just add color, but my taste buds sometimes miss the mark. I love the lime in this, too.

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I didn't use coconut water because I didn't have it. This dressing was good, but it pretty much just tasted like salt. However, its overpowering taste is largely my own fault because I don't think I spread it thin enough on my salad. I mixed it into romaine lettuce with some olive oil and freshly ground pepper. I also sprinkled pine nuts on top. I'll definitely make it again! It was so easy.

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