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While there are 3-2-1 oil-based dressings, you probably want Esselstyn's. Here's another thread--Purplefish wrote:Can anyone tell me what that means? Or is it a recipe?
The only caution is that prepared mustard can be pretty high in sodium. It might be worth experimenting with mustard powder and increasing the vinegar.In case you haven't tried it, this is from the Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease book by Caldwell Esselstyn. It is SO good! I use Ortalli balsamic vinegar, Inglehoffer mustard, and agave syrup. The "parts" are by volume, eg, tablespoons. My husband loves this!
3 parts vinegar
2 parts prepared mustard
1 part maple (or agave) syrup
( I also add 1.5 parts water)
Mix and dig in! http://engine2diet.com/forum/e2-licious-ideas/janes-3-2-1-salad-dressing/
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