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Sweet or Tart? We talked to Kameran from ND about his recent experience trying the new Bitten Salad Dressing flavors -- Strawberry and Lemon Poppy Seed. Read below to see what he had to say.

Strawberry
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Lemon Poppy Seed
Strawberry
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Lemon Poppy Seed
“It tastes like a tart strawberry pie, but then mixed in with like a strawberry Jolly Rancher all together. When I first tried that one, I was like whoa, this is good and I could see myself buying it more in the future. I think it would go on meats and lettuce salads, I mean anything, but it's really, really good. The Lemon Poppy Seed is not as good, but not horrible either.”
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
“Just the Strawberry Dressing is crave-inducing because ever since I tried a little bit of it when I first opened it, I've been thinking of different things I can put it on and I'm willing to bet by the end of the weekend, that jar will be empty. It's bizarre because I don't normally get fruity dressings. I normally get a balsamic vinegar or something that's balsamic. I like tart more so than sweet, but this just has the right mix of sweet and tart to it. I think it would be a great addition to salads and sandwiches and so many different things, marinades.... and the list goes on and on for real.”
Dress
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Dip
Dress
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Dip
“The fact that it is such a versatile flavor and dressing, I think it would be better suited as a dip, but I don't think that it would be bad on a salad. You know, I just think that there are so many things I could dip into it, like maybe deep fried green beans or deep fried cauliflower, those types of things. Even carrot sticks.”
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
“That's the thing, it seems like more of the fruit dressings have been leaning more on the watery side, and that's fine because they do serve a purpose. From looking at these dressings in the jar, I could tell that they're going to be a little thicker and creamier. But again, it makes a good dip, makes a good dressing, makes a good sandwich topping. I mean, these are good. I don't normally buy things and rave about them, but these, I've already put them on social media as being delicious.”
If you're tired of being bit by your old normal salad dressings, let the beast out of the cage and let it bite you for breakfast, lunch and supper.

Bitten Salad Dressing

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of Bitten.

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