If you are unsure whether this French Dressing recipe is suitable for your personal diabetic diet,
please consult your doctor or a qualified nutritionalist.
|"Cuisine is both an art and a science: it is an art when it strives to bring about the realization of the true and the beautiful, called le bon (the good) in the order of culinary ideas. As a science, it respects chemistry, physics and natural history. Its axioms are called aphorisms, its theorems recipes, and its philosophy gastronomy."|
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French Dressing Recipe
1/2 tsp Powdered mustard
1/4 tsp Ground white pepper
1 tsp Tomato paste
7 tbsp Salad oil
1/3 cup Wine vinegar
2 tsp Water
1/2 tsp Finely chopped onion
Combine all ingredients in a jar and shake well or puree in a blender
for smooth dressing.
1 tbsp - 50 calories, 1 fat exchange 0 carbohyrate, 0 protein, 6
grams fat 0 sodium, 1 potassium, 0 chol.
Source: Am. Diabetes Assoc. Holiday Cookbook by Betty Wedman 1986
Shared but not tested by Elizabeth Rodier, Nov 93
|“Food for all is a necessity. Food should not be a merchandise, to be bought and sold as jewels are bought and sold by those who have the money to buy. Food is a human necessity, like water and air, it should be available.”|
|~ Pearl Buck (1892-1973) American Nobel Prize winning author.|
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Important Note: This French Dressing
recipe was located in the public domain.It is suitable' for
diabetics and low carb diets solely because someone, somewhere,
decided to publish them as such. I am not qualified in medicine
or nutrition, so please use your own common sense when deciding
which are appropriate for your particular diet.
French Dressing recipe is located in our Dressing Recipes
Use this site as your online diabetic cookbook.
There are over 2000 diabetic recipes for you to enjoy !
This French Dressing Recipe may
also be ideal for anyone following the Atkins diet, or seeking
to reduce their carbohydrate intake for other reasons.