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Making your own salad dressing is not only easy, but you get to control how much oil you use, and what kind of oil and vinegar you use. This White Wine or White Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing is super simple and extremely tasty. It works best on soft lettuces, such as butter lettuce. Use salad dressing sparingly, let your lettuce shine.
On the note of letting your lettuce shine, most people serve salads too cold. Allowing your lettuce to sit out for 15 minutes or so, lets the natural flavors come alive. This is not so true for iceberg lettuce, which is intended to be flavorless and cold, but for all field greens, butter, and romaine lettuces it makes a huge difference to let them warm slightly. The best salads are fresh from the garden, having the warmth of the sunshine on them.
Whisk well in a bowl. Pour “sparingly” over the greens and toss to combine (do not drown the salad in dressing, let the lettuce and vegetables live)
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