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    Dressing for Salad to Go

    duonyte
    Wed Aug 14, 2013 5:29 pm
    Forum Host
    I like bringing my lunch to work, but am always annoyed with salads because of the salad dressing. Those little containers are irritating to clean, and I am always losing the ones that nestle into the lid of the reusable salad bowl. It dawned on me that while adding dressing to the greens ends up in sad greens by the time lunch comes around, if I just put it in the bottom of the bowl and threw the greens and whatever on top, that would basically avoid the problem.

    Yes, I did have a little weeping from the sliced tomatoes, but it just made the dressing spread more evenly. I did not fill the container completely full, so while I was heating up the chicken chunks to throw on top, I just turned over the container and shook it, to distribute all the veggies and the dressing amongst the greens. I've done this twice this week, and it really works well.

    Hope this helps someone else.
    Patti O'Furniture
    Sun Sep 08, 2013 5:44 pm
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    i have had the same problem. I put my sturdy veggies and my protein in with the dressing and put my lettuce in a baggie. Usually it will fit on top of the container. Add lettuce and mix up.
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