South Beach Diet Salad Dressings

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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 11:33
A few weeks ago, I went to the supermarket and noticed that there was a entire line of salad dressings labled South Beach Diet, signed by Arthur Agatston, and manufactured by Kraft Foods (in their new bottle style). They were placed in the most prominent position at eye level. These may not be new but, I had not seen them before. Yesterday, when I returned to the supermarket the only one left was the Italian Dressing. It was marked at half price and the sign said "Closeout." I purchased all six bottles since I like to use Zesty Italian by Kraft from time to time and it looked similar. I wondered if the experiment was deemed a failure before I even got started with them. Today, I tried the Italian Dressing (for breakfast) and it was excellent. I hope we haven't lost these forever. Very Happy

"I will work in my own way, according to the light that is in me." - Lydia Maria Child
graciepoo

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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 12:04
I have seen a few at our Wal-mart. But mostly just the ranch. I used to love Kraft's Zesty Italian several years ago, and then they changed it a little, now I don't think it is quite as good. We buy the Good Season's Zesty Italian packets and mix our own. It is really good. I think Good Season's has recently started bottling their Zesty Italian but we haven't tried it yet.
If I keep working at this, and want it badly enough, I CAN HAVE IT!!

11 weeks until trip
Weekly goal

Week 1: 193 lb.
Week 2: 190 lb.
Week 3: 187 lb.
Week 4: 184 lb.
Week 5: 181 lb.
Week 6: 178 lb.
Week 7: 175 lb.
Week 8: 172 lb.
Week 9: 169 lb.
Week 10: 166 lb.
Week 11: 163 lb.

And final goal: 160 lb!!!!

I CAN DO THIS!!!
drd3775

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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 12:13
Kraft and South Beach have *teamed up*in the last few months to produce a line of South Beach friendly foods.....I buy the SB 1% cottage cheese (by Kraft of course) and it's yummy.....a bit less fat and 1 less gram of carb.....In our groc store - we have several varieties of SB dressings.....I think they are here to stay! Sure HOPE so anyway!
graciepoo

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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 12:14
On the Kraft website, all it shows for SB dressings in Ranch, Italian and Balsamic Vinaigrette.
If I keep working at this, and want it badly enough, I CAN HAVE IT!!

11 weeks until trip
Weekly goal

Week 1: 193 lb.
Week 2: 190 lb.
Week 3: 187 lb.
Week 4: 184 lb.
Week 5: 181 lb.
Week 6: 178 lb.
Week 7: 175 lb.
Week 8: 172 lb.
Week 9: 169 lb.
Week 10: 166 lb.
Week 11: 163 lb.

And final goal: 160 lb!!!!

I CAN DO THIS!!!
c_luhoo

Joined: Jan 08
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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 12:24
Has anyone seen these products in canada yet? I've been looking and so far I have not found any.
mrsjohnson03...

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Posted: 05 Jun 2008, 13:15
South Beach and Kraft have been teamed up for at least three years and I hope they don't discontinue the dressings!
jennyrebecca

Joined: Jun 08
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Posted: 06 Jun 2008, 08:50
I am in the process of posting a few dressing recipes from South Beach, that are great. Though it's the convenience of having the whole bottle..I make just enough for a week or 2, and it doesn't take long to make them either...and it's using items that if you are on south beach, you should have in your pantry anyhow!

I find store bought dressings to vinegary or something..the only dressing I like is Ranch from a bottle...other than that I make all of mine.

I hope the recipes will help
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Posted: 06 Jun 2008, 10:02
Hmmm, I'll keep my eye out for the Good Season's Gracie. Thanks for the tip.

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