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Sweet or Tart? We talked to Jeremy from CA 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
“This dressing was quite nice: very velvety and full of clean, crisp, lemon zest flavor. I have always been a fan of anything involving poppy seed, and this was no letdown. It was loaded with poppy seed! Some manufacturers use this ingredient sparingly and disappoint, but not in this case. I would have loved to have been able to sample the strawberry flavor, unfortunately the store was sold out. They did have a spot on the shelf labeled for strawberry. They did, however, have over 20 bottles of the Blueberry flavor. Thanks for the opportunity! Look forward to more jobs similar to this one!”
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
“I thought the Lemon Poppy Seed flavor was quite pronounced. I love this flavor, and it is well priced. I will purchase it and other flavors again in the future. Yes, I do typically purchase fruity flavored dressings as dipping sauces for meats. I am glad this was brought to my attention, so I could try this product that I was unfamiliar with. Thanks for the opportunity!”
Dress
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Dip
Dress
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Dip
“I dipped chicken pieces into Bitten. I was not having salad this evening, and I typically use dressing for dipping sauces anyway.”
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
“It bends rules by being so velvety in texture. I love creamy fruity dressings as dipping sauces. I was very excited to try the Bitten flavor offerings.”
I am quite fond of Bitten and enthusiastically look forward to trying their other flavors.

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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