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Sweet or Tart? We talked to Patrick from FL 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
“I really enjoyed the fresh taste of the Bitten Creamy Strawberry dressing. I tried it first simply with lettuce to get a feel for the taste that was unfettered by other ingredients. After that I added fresh blueberries and candied pecans. It was a hit. The fresh flavor of the dressing worked well. A hit in this household.”
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
“Definitely bite-worthy. I enjoy a good salad and tend to lean on the pungent side for my dressings, ie bleu cheese and robust Italian, but the freshness and the hint of the fruit in the Strawberry went well with the other fruits in my salad. Everything seemed so fresh and light with this dressing.”
Dress
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Dip
Dress
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Dip
“I used the Bitten as a dressing for my tasting, a crispy summer salad (lettuce, blueberries and candied nuts). All the flavors paired well. I thought about using the dressing as a dip on the way home but once I opened it, I didn't think the consistency as thick enough for a dip. It might be mixed with a cream cheese to thicken it up a bit.”
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
“The strawberry dressing was more creamy than expected, I thought it would be more of an oil based vinaigrette. The creaminess of the product added much to the enjoyment of my salad. It allowed the dressing to adhere to the salad instead of sitting at the bottom of my bowl.”
If you're looking for a fresh fruity dressing for a light summer type salad, you've found it with the Bitten Creamy Strawberry!

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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