Righteous All Natural Salad Dressings

I love salad dressing but as I love to drown my food in sauces and dressings, I usually choose a low calorie one. The problem with this is that they don’t usually taste of much, so when I got sent some Righteous All Natural Salad Dressing to try, I was a bit perturbed on reading the label that it contains 66 calories per 15ml.

Still, as I don’t like to eat too much crap, I was pleased to see that they’re made of 100% natural ingredients, with no additives, preservatives, thickeners, flavourings and also they’re vegan (it says 100% vegan on the label, but surely you can’t be 99% vegan?)

Today with my lunch of salad leaves, red pepper, feta cheese, sweet corn, kalamata olives, cucumber and tomato (I would have had some cannellini beans too, but after opening the tin and draining them, I forgot to add them), I tried out the Ginger & Toasted Sesame Dressing and keeping in mind the 66 calories per 15ml thing, I didn’t pour half the bottle over my salad.

I didn’t need any more than 15ml as it was delicious and I’m looking forward to lunch tomorrow!

Righteous All Natural Salad Dressings are available in three varieties:

  • Ginger & Toasted Sesame
  • Lemon & Mustard Seeds
  • Raspberry & Sweet Basil

and each 225ml bottle retails at £2.69 and available from Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Whole Foods and Partridges.

For more information, visit www.loverighteous.com

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2 comments

  1. Hi Cathy!

    We’re so pleased you like Righteous Salad Dressings!

    You know, I’m one to watch calories myself. But one thing I learned while we were developing these dressings is that the ‘low fat’ varieties are made of 50%-80% water! (Just check the ingredient list – if water comes in first, it means it is the biggest component of the dressing!) So while calorie levels seem impressively low, you end up using much more to make your salad taste the way you want it to.

    I’m happy to say our dressings do not use water as a main ingredient, or any other cheap extender – which is why they are bursting with flavour! So you don’t need a lot to dress a salad 🙂

    Gem

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