By mersaydees on April 29, 2009
Photo by ~Nimz~
Photo by ~Nimz~
"Based on a recipe from Jordan Maerin’s book, Raw Foods for Busy People. Note: Jordan subscribes to the 80% raw and 100% whole and organic foods definition. On the question of “How raw is raw?” she identifies her sources: 100% Raw Plant Food Diet, Hippocrates Diet, Natural Hygiene, Essene Diet, Macrobiotic-Raw Diet, Hunza Diet, and the Temporary Raw Diet. Jordan advises, “Keep this one handy. It makes a great marinade too.” Jordan suggests marinating cherry tomatoes or mushrooms, or any other vegetable of your choice, in the Basic Vinaigrette for three hours at room temperature, stirring often, or overnight in the refrigerator, stirring occasionally, to enjoy as a salad garnish, or as munchies at any time of day."
Serving Size: 1 (278 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I thoroughly enjoyed this great-testing vinaigrette! I used raw cider vinegar, which gave it a nice tang. I will definitely make this often! Thanks for sharing."
"I, along with the others, love this vinaigrette. I really like the balsamic vinegar and honey addition. I won't be buying dressing in the store anymore. This is DELICIOUS!! Thanks for this one."
"Excellent vinaigrette! I made half of this recipe and still have plenty to use on salads the rest of this week. I love the honey addition. I used the balsamic vinegar since I love that in salad dressings. Thank you for a great recipe!"
"Lovely vinaigrette. It is not really raw though with all the dry spices, I don't think they are raw at least & regular extra virgin olive oil would be refined which in this case means heated. I used an unrefined extra virgin olive oil, organic apple cider vinegar, fresh garlic, creamed honey, sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, the two dry spices and no optional. We had it over mixed baby greens, tomato & red onion for a good salad. I would like to try this vinaigrette on DH cutting down the garlic a little, he seems to like creamy dressings only but maybe this he will like! Made for, RECIPE SWAP #48 - January 2011."
"Loved it! I really liked the addition of honey.I used balsamic vinegar.This 'd be great in a pasta salad as well."
"I made this using 1/2 cider and 1/2 balsamic vinegar, but follwed everything as per recipe. This is so quick and easy! I used it to top and marinade some and also over a lettuce salad. I enjoyed both but I loved it over the lettuce! Yum! Sweet and tangy and great flavours. Great recipe mersaydees...Thanks"
"I really enjoyed this, using half cider vinegar and half balsamic. I had it over garden lettuce and endive with grated baby beets. Yum! Made for Newest Zaar Tag."
"This was just great used on recipe #385129. It went great with that. I made as directed leaving out the dried chili. The second time I used it I added 2 tbls. of hot pepper jelly which was just great too. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Fall 2012"