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Used this for Crock Pot Italian Beef or Venison 79976 as a substitute for Good Seasons Italian Dressing Mix. I am not sure it would taste close to that as dressing, but it was really good! A great blend that I will use often, as I have a sodium restricted family member. This is full of flavor, a bit different and really good. Thanks.

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Messy44 January 11, 2010

I have used this with Savory Oven French Fries and as salad dressing, it was a homerun with both! I like that it is a little herby in appearance and I think it tastes better than the store bought dry Italian Dressing mix. I made up a batch as salad dressing and used on a sub, it was great! Thanks for the recipe!

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belong64 June 07, 2009

I made this to try to substitute for the packaged mix, because I hate all those chemicals. This seems authentic to the flavor I wanted to duplicate. Next time I will cut back or eliminate the salt, because it is a bit salty (which does make it authentic, but is just too much for my current tastes). I haven't actually used it to make salad dressing with.

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evewitch July 06, 2003

I made this for my son (he loved the powdered mix sent to us from US). It's tasty, but very herby looking. I wonder if I should have used oregano powder and crushed the rosemary. Tastes good though.

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JustJanS November 28, 2002
Italian Salad Dressing Mix