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Thick Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing That Smacks Your Mouth

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Sweet or Tart? We talked to Dustin from KY 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's a thick and creamy dressing that sticks to the salad well without running down to the bottom of your dish. Very subtle strawberry undertones and sweet to the palette with a traditional vinaigrette aftertaste. On top of that, the smell is simply incredible.”
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
Crave-Inducing
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Bite-Worthy
“It's bite-worthy due to the sweet smell and taste when it first hits your mouth. Bitten has a strong flavor that isn't too overpowering but just enough to keep you wanting more. I noticed a slight bitter taste after I was done with it, which may be in part due to the apple cider vinegar that's used in it. I do typically choose vinaigrette dressings and often go for the fruity dressings because it goes well with all the items I like to put in my salad.”
Dress
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Dip
Dress
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Dip
“I like eating salads, typically with vinaigrette dressings. Mixed greens with carrot and red cabbage shavings, shredded cheddar cheese, crushed almonds or sunflower seeds, sliced strawberries and blueberries, topped with this dressing. I don't necessarily prefer dressings over dip; I'm just a big fan of salads.”
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
Unexpected
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Rule-Bending
“It bends the rules due to it not being a typical runny vinaigrette dressing that drains off the lettuce mainly. I like the creamy factor since it sticks well to the salad. I was excited to try it since I like these types of dressings.”
Bitten is a creamy, sweet, and succulent vinaigrette dressing that can be enjoyed on any type of salad you desire.

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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