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Old 06-17-2006, 11:32 AM   #16  
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I'm looking at their website and it says this is what goes into their dressings...

A combination of the finest aged vinegars, dozens of fresh ground spices,
concentrated natural flavors and ice cold purified triple filtered water.

What is titanium dioxide? It's one of the ingredients in the 1000 Island.
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Old 06-17-2006, 02:12 PM   #17  
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What is titanium dioxide? It's one of the ingredients in the 1000 Island.
White food dye. Also used in most toothpaste.
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White food dye. Also used in most toothpaste.
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Old 06-18-2006, 03:21 AM   #19  
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I've had the buttermilk ranch. The texture and consistancy is somehow magically thick, and not to wattery at all. But the flavor... the only thing it has in common with ranch is that you get that nice dill and parsly flavor to it, but you miss the other component that really makes ranch taste nice, which is the mayo. I would say it is to real ranch dressing what lean ham is to bacon: its the same basic flavor, yet it isn't as good. You'll miss the fat.
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Old 07-15-2006, 07:33 PM   #20  
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I used the Ranch one tonight, and, while it didn't taste like ranch dressing, it did what I needed it to do- add a little flavor and a lot of dressing.

Don't expect it to taste just like what you're used to. It's like soy milk and regular milk- expect it to be a different taste!
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it isn't
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I found some zesty italian dressing for 10 cals per tablespoon. I put in on my sandwiches instead of mayo and cheese.
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LLVitanium dioxide is also a key ingredient in many sunscreens. Maybe if you don't like the taste of the thousand island...You can slather it on and not waste the bottle!!!
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