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I got a quick question: What's the best drug-store buyable zit remodies?.

I also got another question: Does anyone know of a fat free Italian salad dressing, vinaigrette, or caesar that is not sweet? I hate store bought salad dressings because they are so sweet! Any ideas would be welcome!..

Comments (19)

Your question was: What's the best drug-store buyable zit remodies?.

I agree with you! I found "Maple Grove Farms of Vermont" Fat Free Balsamic Vinaigrette suits my taste buds. Cane Syrup is the next-to-last ingredient.

A friend of mine never uses FF dressing. She just adds vinegar to her salad...or lemon juice...

Comment #1

Zesty Italian by Kraft Free is a little zingy, not too sweet, and the Caesar Italian is also not sweet...

Comment #2

Thanks, I saw that and thought with the cane syrup it might be sweet, now I will definitely try it!..

Comment #3

Plimauro, You'd think with the "Maple Farms" and "Cane Syrup" it would be sweet, but it's not (at least to my taste buds!) Let me know what you think. Taste buds are so persnickety! My husband, for example, thinks gingerbread is unbearably hot and shudders when I eat the pickled ginger off a sushi plate...but he can eat kung pao and jalopeno peppers with a spoon, where as I'd have to grab a fire extinguisher on my way to the emergency room!..

Comment #4

This is not fat free, but is only 25 cal and 1.5 g fat for 2 T. and it is the BEST! Tastes just like real italian dressing. It is Kraft Light Zesty Italian..

Sheree.

222/169/150..

Comment #5

Walden Farms Italian Dressing, 0 Calorie, 0 Carbs...spice it up with Mrs. Dash...

Comment #6

I have found Kraft Roasted Red Pepper with Parmesan Dressing and I love itIt only has per tbs 18 cal/1g fat/2g carbs and it is tasty..

Comment #7

I tried a new one (to me) today...Kraft "Caesar Italian" fat free. I despise fat free dressings, but I gave this one a try and it was shockingly good. Not sweet. Pretty zesty. I am sure it helped that I used my dairy/protein serving to sprinkle on some feta, and then I gave a quick sprinkle of Penzey's Garden Salad Seasoning..

Normally, I use Ken's Steak House Lite dressings and count it as my dinner fat. But that doesn't help me at lunch, plus sometimes I like to have that fat for something else. So, I'm a happy camper today...

Comment #8

I tried the Walden Farms FF, no cal Onion dressing. It was a nice change...

Comment #9

Wish Bone "Just 2 Good" Italian dressing, is in my opinion, not sweet. It's more on the tangy side..

Vinegar is listed in the ingredients before sugar...

Comment #10

I agree with you! I found "Maple Grove Farms of Vermont" Fat Free Balsamic Vinaigrette suits my taste buds. Cane Syrup is the next-to-last ingredient.

A friend of mine never uses FF dressing. She just adds vinegar to her salad...or lemon juice...

Comment #11


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