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I will never buy the boxed stuff again... this is too easy and too good! Thank you so very much!!

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Mrs. Lumpy October 28, 2010

Wow! I love this mix. I use it mainly for To Die for Crock Pot Roast To Die for Crock Pot Roast and it works out perfect!! I made alot of this batch,,,,64 tablespoons,,,and put it in a quart size ziplock and used 2 1/2 tablespoons for the pot roast. It was awesome. Thank you so much for this inexpensive mix to make at home. I don't use the ground thyme,,,so i used regular and after I made the batch I put it in my food processor to chop it. I did make the dressing once,,and My daughter liked it,,,just asked for me to chill it next time, so I know it's good dressing but I usually make this specifically for the pot roast.

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Karen Guerra May 16, 2010

Great mixture, use the seasoning for flavouring roasted veges, salads and meat. Thanks for posting

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Agnes #2 December 06, 2011

This is good stuff. I used it to make Good Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing (Good Balsamic Vinagrette Dressing) and it turned out delicious. The only change I made was to add splenda instead of sugar. I'll definitely be using this from now on...no more store bought. Thanks BeachGirl

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Boca Pat February 19, 2004

I love the salad dressing packets but always forget to buy them. I love that now I can make my own and even vary them according to my mood and my pantry. Thanks for posting. I replace the salt and celery flakes with celery salt and I add a tablespoon of paprika for the colour.

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Evamyth January 02, 2004

I don't use many factory mixes. I can't pronounce half of the chemical ingredients and have no idea of what they are. I wanted to make a Shrimp Dip for our afternoon card game. ( Marie Easiest Shrimp Dip Ever) I used this in its preparation. It was LUSCIOUS! I only have a vague idea of what package is supposed to taste like but this was wonderful. Thanx!

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Pierre Dance December 23, 2003

Pure convenience that enabled me to make To Die for Crock Pot Roast! Except for celery leaves/flakes, I had everything on hand (used ground celery) and omitted the salt entirely. Thanx Beachgirl!

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CountryLady November 24, 2003

This was just what I was looking for. I needed dry Italian dressing mix for an appetizer I was making. This combination was perfect. I put the oregano, basil, thyme and parsley in my electric coffee grinder to make it a powder. I also used celery seed. This is definitely a keeper, not to mention a money-saver!

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papergoddess October 27, 2003

This mix made the best Italian dressing! It was easy to put together. I didn't have celery leaves so I used celery seeds. Thanks so much!

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Sharon123 June 10, 2003

Great little recipe. Was out and found this one to use on my marinated Italian broccoli and cauliflower salad.

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