Some prefer to make their own salad dressings; others rely on tried-and-true, organic bottled dressings. Whichever way you like to dress your greens, we recommend our Grateful Harvest Organic Dressings in six flavors: Ranch, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Bleu Cheese, Sun Dried Tomato, Classic Caesar and Raspberry Vinaigrette.
Our favorite is the Classic Caesar, which has a creamy consistency and is only 130 calories per serving (two teaspoons). Paul, a customer in the Wichita store, swears by the Balsamic Vinaigrette. He only uses it as a steak marinade, but what the heck? “The acid in the dressing perfectly tenderizes a flank steak,” Paul says. “If you’re out of the Balsamic, I just use red wine vinegar and mustard and slather that over the meat.” Hmmmmm. Good to know.
Ranch is the best seller so far in Kansas City. And you just can’t beat a good Ranch dressing. “It’s hard to find a good bottled dressing anywhere,” says Jaime, a Kansas City customer. “It’s even harder to find an all-natural, organic one. My fridge is filled with half-empty bottles of dressings my family has decided it doesn’t like. I think the majority of them have too much salt and fat, and yet at the same time, somehow still manage to taste, well…tasteless.”
Grateful Harvest takes its all natural ingredients from premium, regional growers committed to providing artisan, organic produce and natural fresh foods. As the company says: “In our business we are always most grateful for the harvest. It is not something we ever take for granted, nor do we underestimate its impact on our lives. Very few things in life can match the magic and mystery that occurs between a farmer and his land.”
GreenAcres understands the sentiment exactly. We can never take our customers or their preferences for any product for granted. If you’ve discovered something out there that’s healthy and nutritious and you want us to take a look at it and see what we think, we’re here to listen. In the meantime, when it comes to organic, bottled salad dressings, we’ve got you and your salad covered!
- The GreenAcres Family