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    Sugar free fat free carb free glutten free cholesterol free

    I saw this label on a new product line the local grocery is stocking. I thought well what is in it, water? LOL. I bought the bleu cheese dressing to try it out. It's not bad at all to be nothing. The ingredients aren't that bad. There is a variety of salad dressings and other products at the store. Anyone tried these foods made by Walden Farms?

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    OK ... if you like artificial food!
    The ingredients can't be all that great if all those things are missing!
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    I looked at some of the ingredients. It's basically water, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners, and artificial thickeners. In other words, artificial food.
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    [QUOTE=QuiltE;5269800]OK ... if you like artificial food!


    Maybe that's why I'm "artificially fat". LOL I've used some of their salad dressings.

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    I tried the chocolate dip last year. It tasted ok kind of like a pudding.

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    If allergic to these foods, they do make a difference.
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    The ingredients list of the dressing has no artificial flavors at all. Actually not that bad: Water, white vinegar, sour cream natural flavor (non dairy), lemon juice, salt, natural flavors, natural spices, minced garlic, chopped onion, white pepper, blue cheese natural flavor (non dairy), latic acid, and preservative to keep freshness. DH needs to drop a few lbs and he loves his salad dressings and mayo. I thought I would mix it 50/50 with his favorite. That will cut a lot of calories. Gotta go sew!

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    They sound interesting. I am going to check out my local stores to see if I can find it.

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    "Sour cream flavoring (non-dairy)" "Bleu cheese flavor (non-dairy)" Flavor can be imitated, chemically. Unless it specifically says "natural," it probably isn't. Sucralose is also questionable, IMO.
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    Hey, I'll be glad to try them if it helps me with my weight problem. Sure I'd rather have real butter, real sour cream, real mayo but that's what got me in this shape to begin with. To each his own, but I'm going to check them out. thanks for posting the website.
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