My #1 Fat Burning Dressing

My #1 Fat Burning Dressing

By Chef Gui Alinat

The following question came to me from a reader who read my article on homemade salad dressings.

“Your recipe doesn’t follow your 1 part acid + 3 parts fat formula. In fact, it seems like just the opposite. Why?”

In my article, I give my readers a 1 part vinegar to 3 parts oil ratio for a really tasty salad dressing. It’s a good formula to get started if you’re interested in getting rid of store-bought salad dressing, and making your own. So that you can control exactly what goes into your body, and short-circuit nightmare ingredients that leads to weight gain (like high-fructose corn syrup or cane sugar for instance).

I also talk about other aromatics you could add to make a salad dressing your own. That’s part of my Eat More, Burn More philosophy: empowering home cooks to create dishes like chefs do.

My salad dressings vary from day to day as I make them up while respecting the 1:3 ratio. But sometimes, I take the liberty to change that ratio, depending on my tastes, or what I’m trying to achieve.

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