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Expeller pressed vegetable oil (*canola, *soy, and/or *sunflower), water, *tahini, *apple cider vinegar, *soy sauce (water, *soybean, salt, *wheat, *alcohol), *lemon juice concentrate, sea salt, *garlic, *toasted sesame seeds, *parsley, *chives, xanthan gum. *Organic ingredients.
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Reviews For Organic Goddess Dressing
Based on 7 Reviews
Annies Goddess Dressing
It's OK A little tangy
Has a nice balance of nutty/savory/tangy, and is thicker than a typical salad dressing. This would make a great dip for veggies.
- Joanna B.
This dressing has a very unique taste. I like it my daughter loves it. We'll be buying more.
Green goddess goodness
This has been one of favorite dressings for years. Thick and flavorful, it tastes good on any salad, and works well on sandwiches, too!
good as always
I don't usually write reviews, but Annie's Homegrown deserves a shout out. The company just makes good things, and this dressing is right up there. I've tried other organic dressings, but they don't have the clean taste of this one. What I mean by clean is that the dressing is light, and yet it doesn't taste like some weak low-cal dressing, because it has body and flavor and it makes salads really good.
Low fat and tasty
Annie's Homegrown makes everything, and just about everything they make is good. I've bought their crackers for years, and just started in on the salad dressing. This dressing has an aromatic taste that lingers but doesn't overwhelm, complementing salads and enhancing flavors. I also like to mix it as a marinade when I'm grilling. Just a few hours in this dressing and burgers come out so good. I'm going to try an overnight marinade now that I've seen that the dressing isn't strong when it's poured over meat and allowed to settle.
- Carol Elliott
Taste great on everything so far!
I bought this because I had heard of Green Goddess Dressing and wanted to know what the fuss was all about. It's soooo good! Tastes like tahini with a little extra kick. Great on salads, sanwiches, and dipping vegetables.
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