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Before I ask my question, I want to ask: What is the best Vitamin Shoppe brand face wash for combination/dry/senstive skin?.

My main question is: I really only like Kraft Zesty Italian Dressing and can't find a fat free dressing I can tolerate. I tried Wishbone FF, Kraft FF, and Ken's and they all have a nasty taste to them..

Can anybody who love the Zesty Italian recommend a good FF dressing?.

Thanks..

Comments (39)

Your question was: What is the best Vitamin Shoppe brand face wash for combination/dry/senstive skin?.

If you are willing to go low fat Newman's low fat seseme ginger is delicious...

Comment #1

I really haven't been able to stand any FF dressings, Italian or not. My favorite solution (for dinner, anyway) is to use Ken's Northern Italian Light or Caesar Light and count that as my fat (2 TBSP reduced fat dressing counts as a fat).

For lunch, I finally found one I can stand (and even halfway enjoy). It's Kraft "Caesar Italian." It's decent. To help, though, I use my dairy/protein to sprinkle 1/4 cup feta on the salad and I also give a quick sprinkle of Penzey's Garden Salad Seasoning. I was amazed at how "decent" it was when I tried it this week...

Comment #2

I'm trying the spray on salad dressing. I got a pack of 3 flavors at BJs, with Italian, Red Wine Vinigrette, and Balsamic Vinigrette. 10 sprays is 20 calories, but I forget to stop until 15 or 16 sometimes...

Comment #3

I gave up on trying ff dressing a long time ago. I hate it all. I actually don't even use lowfat dressing. I have been using a homemade french dressing ever since I started and just try to watch my portion as much as possible. If you are using NS to try and change your eating habits I believe that forcing yourself to eat things you don't like will hinder your overall results, because once you cannot tolerate it anymore you will eventually just go back to the bad things that caused you to gain weight in the first place. So, I would say find a dressing you love and use that, just keep in mind the portion you use...

Comment #4

You can always use regular dressing as your fat serving (5g)...

Comment #5

I find that FF dressings (the creamy ones especially) are kinda slimey... gross. I've found that vinaigrettes are a good substitute.....

My favorite is Bernstein's Light Fantastic Cheese Fantastico. It's pretty strong, so don't need a lot. Just make sure you get the Light Fantastic, not the regular which is really oily and not so good...

Comment #6

Have you tried the Kraft Spritzer Italian Dressing? We like the Red Wine, Paspberry Vinegarette, Asian,French and Caesar, too. We also use these to add a little flavor to hot steamed veggies, and add some herbs. Our favorite salt free herb/ spice blends are Spice Hunter...

Comment #7

Wishbone Just 2 Good Italian is the best. Of course it has 2 gms fat but it taste good and it's well worth the 2 grams..

MC..

Comment #8

I just tried Ken's Italian spritzer one. It is low cal (not FF but low fat). This is the best I have found. One spray=1 calorie...

Comment #9

I actually tried the Maple Groves farms FF vinagette. It is actually quite good. Not the same as my zesty Italian but it works. For anyone who has never found a FF they like I suggest you give this one a try...

Comment #10

I don't "do" FF dressings other than ranch. They are gross.

I find I can work LF dressings into my eating plan and it doesn't hurt me, plus it's how I will live long-term anyway.

With that said.... I like Fanny's Light Italian. Very clean tasting. No junk in it.

A lot of times, I make my own, too.

Newman's light dressings are very good and there are a couple different italian kinds...

Comment #11

Walmart's Great Value FF Italian tastes exactly like Kraft Zesty. 10 calories per 2 Tbsp. It's a little high in sodium, but I think all Italian dressings are up there...

Comment #12

My favorite thing to do is mix half FF Italian and half FF Ranch together. Very good creamy and tangy...

Comment #13

Some of the recipes for salad dressing on this site sound interesting. (Others not so interesting!).

Http://www.fatfree.com/recipes/dressings/..

Comment #14

I just posted on another thread, but Cains FF Ceasar is really good...like not diet good...

Comment #15

One of my favorites is the Kraft FREE Italian Dressing. Very similar to the Zesty Italian. Also Marzetti's fat free Italian although I'm having trouble finding that everywhere except Cracker Barrel...

Comment #16

I like the Great Value too.....it is the one I would recommend...

Comment #17

My favorite is Maple Grove Farms FF Raspberry Vinaigrette; Litehouse Pomegranate Blueberry Vinaigrette is okay....homemade Zesty Italian is my favorite...haven't found a FF Italian that I like either..

Comment #18

I love the light Kraft Zesty Itialian Also! I also love the FF Kraft Catalina dressing...

Comment #19

I'm not sure....but did you check if Maple Grove Farms makes one? They make a really good FF Caesar.....

Comment #20

If you are willing to go low fat Newman's low fat seseme ginger is delicious...

Comment #21


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