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Salad Dressing (what brand is AA using in self-serve containers?)

Old Nov 23, 19, 6:37 pm
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Salad Dressing (what brand is AA using in self-serve containers?)

Whats the brand of salad dressing AA uses in the little circle containers?
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Old Nov 23, 19, 6:56 pm
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Naturally Fresh
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Old Nov 23, 19, 8:23 pm
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Shortest and most efficient thread ever!?
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Old Nov 24, 19, 5:18 am
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More specifically itís the olive oil and vinegar variety
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Old Nov 25, 19, 6:57 pm
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Thanks Segments
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Shortest and most efficient thread ever!?
Lol

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Old Nov 25, 19, 6:59 pm
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Old Nov 25, 19, 8:23 pm
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With the veggie chili from today.
And maybe this will save us from a separate thread about the butter.

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Old Nov 26, 19, 6:39 am
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Originally Posted by ijgordon View Post
With the veggie chili from today.
And maybe this will save us from a separate thread about the butter.
But the butter in international is Kerrygold!

Bonus question... which outstations serve a different brand of salad dressing?
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Old Nov 26, 19, 10:13 am
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But the butter in international is Kerrygold!
Lol, that part of my post was a little tongue-in-cheek, I would assume that due to the regional nature of the US dairy market, there could likely be different brands served from different stations. And of course, makes sense that they would use a "premium" butter in int'l J (this was a domestic 772 flight as astute viewers might note from the tray table).
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Old Nov 26, 19, 10:59 am
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More like Naturally Crap. I can't bring myself to have any bottled balsamic vinegar/vinegarette because I've yet to find one that didn't taste terrible or using high-fructose corn syrup.
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Old Nov 26, 19, 11:30 am
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Originally Posted by qukslvr619 View Post
More like Naturally Crap. I can't bring myself to have any bottled balsamic vinegar/vinegarette because I've yet to find one that didn't taste terrible or using high-fructose corn syrup.
You might actually like this one, then, because it has neither balsamic vinegar nor HFCS. It does have maltodextrin as a preservative, and guar and xanthan gums as thickeners, but good luck finding any kind of prepared dressing without those agents or worse, and none of those have a "flavor".

Personally, I've liked this dressing since the '90s... It's lighter than a balsamic vinaigrette, doesn't overpower the salad, and has a nice tarragon flavor to it besides the oil and vinegar.
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Old Nov 27, 19, 11:11 pm
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This thread is awesome.

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