Dr. Fuhrman's Walnut Vinaigrette Dressing

Dr. Fuhrman's Walnut Vinaigrette Dressing created by Anne Sainz

This is from a recipe on drfuhrman.com. It is the best vinaigrette I have ever tasted, healthy or not. Everyone who has tasted this salad dressing asks for the recipe. You need a high speed blender or food processor to make the dressing so the raisins and nuts blend with the rest of the ingredients. We have this dressing every day for lunch on a salad of romaine lettuce with extra toppings like green or red pepper, avocado, cucumber, grape tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, raw nuts, raisins, sesame seeds, ground flax seed, etc. We like the nuts left whole and put on the salad instead of putting them in the dressing but they should be included in the salad one way or the other to help the absorption of the nutrients in the salad. When I make it, I usually quadruple the dressing recipe and store it in glass jars in the refrigerator.

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  • Place all ingredients in a high speed blender or food processor.
  • Blend until well combined.
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"This is from a recipe on drfuhrman.com. It is the best vinaigrette I have ever tasted, healthy or not. Everyone who has tasted this salad dressing asks for the recipe. You need a high speed blender or food processor to make the dressing so the raisins and nuts blend with the rest of the ingredients. We have this dressing every day for lunch on a salad of romaine lettuce with extra toppings like green or red pepper, avocado, cucumber, grape tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, raw nuts, raisins, sesame seeds, ground flax seed, etc. We like the nuts left whole and put on the salad instead of putting them in the dressing but they should be included in the salad one way or the other to help the absorption of the nutrients in the salad. When I make it, I usually quadruple the dressing recipe and store it in glass jars in the refrigerator."
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  1. Penny L.
    How much Chia Seeds did you add to this & how long will it last in the fridge?
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  2. Chef Kelli Belle
    oh my goodness, just made this dressing...amazing!
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  3. Jon S.
    Great oil-free dressing. It has tons of flavor and is extremely easy and fast to make. .The only thing I did different was to add some sesame seeds. Can't beat the Vitamix either - love it.
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  4. Jon S.
    The only thing I did different was to add some sesame seeds
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  5. Dawna M.
    just a reminder folks. Walnuts are full of oil, as are all nuts ....but this is a goody nonetheless.
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