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Christina's rockin raw veggie dressing

What's this you say?   A salad dressing made out of.....more salad?

Well, kind of.  This is the dressing that we have been using on the kale salad that we sell at the store.  And it's our wonderful customer Christina who forwarded this recipe over to us. Until Christina sent this over, I had no idea that zucchini in a food processor turns into a wonderful paste.  With the addition of the oil, miso and lemon, the paste turns the consistency of a thick Caesar dressing.

All of the satisfying texture and taste of a bad for you dressing....but with raw veggies and no chemicals!

Here it is, courtesy of one healthy foodie to the rest of us!

Thanks Christina!

In a mini food processor combine following:

1 cup chopped zuchinni ( I just use 1 the size currently in store)

3-4 garlic cloves

1/2cup olive oil

1 Tbsp white miso

1 really good squeeze of lemon (the ladies in the bakery use a really really good squeeze of lemon)

Process and serve over coarsely ripped kale Delicious and BEST served next day:)