79 thoughts on “Best Two Plant Based Vegan Oil Free Salad Dressings: Whole Food Plant Based Vegan Recipes

  1. I’m eatting a wonderful salad RIGHT now! With your “Crack” recipe!!! WOW! I love it! I’m definitely going to turn my friends on to this. I made it just like your recipe except instead of raisins I used crasins. LOVE it ๐Ÿ˜ Hello summer salads! So good!

    1. @Fv234pop, yes you’re right I just looked at the label. I’ve done it with dried cherries too. Thanks for the comment, I’m an avid label reader but I just didn’t think about to look at the sugar added in the cranberries.๐Ÿ‘

    2. @Fv234pop i bought a bag of dates and asked my grand kids if they wanted to go on a date with me. They cracked up laughing

    1. Glass is always better but I like the spout on the plastic bottles and that you can squeeze them.

    1. @The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show thank you so much. I’m going to try these today!!

  2. I just made the balsamic dressing and WOWWEE that was so good! I am not a balsamic lover and am still developing my taste for vinegar. This is really so good and satisfying and I am so happy you shared this!!! THANK YOU!

    1. I just made it today and it is DELICIOUS! I also used as a dip for raw broccoli. I halved the recipe because itโ€™s just me trying to eat clean and it still made a lot. But mine got a bit thick… is yours thickish too?

    1. No refined oil. Nuts are a whole food fat. We never say that our food is fat free.

  3. Thank you for the great recipes! I have a hard time finding good recipes without oil. Love your channel ๐Ÿ’š

    1. Instead of vinegar? Iโ€™m guessing that is what you meant. It doesnโ€™t really work the same

    1. @The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show I go with the studies Dr. Jason Fung points to. He recommends unprocessed (to the extent possible) foods. Including oils.

  4. I just made the crack dressing and now I have to go back to the store and get more salad stuff. OMG this dressing is to die for. My blender isnโ€™t high powered but it did good enough to where I was licking the spoon. I canโ€™t even tell you the last time I ate a salad, maybe never but every day now!

  5. Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful videos, please for healthy body try not use plastic bottles for your delicious recipes.

    1. You can generally use other nuts like raw almonds, unsalted sun flower seeds, pumpkin seeds, hemp hearts. Nuts in general are expensive. You can also replace the nuts with a small amount of rolled oats as a thickener which is what we do when we donโ€™t have nuts in the pantry.

    2. @The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show cool, thanks for the advice. I will try that ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘‹

  6. Why are we so reluctant to use oil…olive, pumpkin or maybe walnut oil…all used in a mediterranean diet…very healthy?

    1. We avoided refined oils as they are calorie dense and nutrient poor. Better to eat the olives, walnuts, or pumpkins seeds. You can learn more here

  7. Nice will try but am going to substitute garbanzos for the cashews….less fat and might be useful for people with allergens. Medajool dates as well are a good raisin stand in.

  8. Are the cashews supposed be soaked overnight?? Just want to know before I start to make this…….. Thanks!

  9. Delicious. I added cayenne and reduced the raisins to the Honey Mustard. I’ve made both of these now and I love them!

  10. I simply love your down to earth simplicity! I can do this!! Thank you for all your work to make this channel! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’œ

    1. Hi Natalie,
      I like this vinegar:

      And I usually buy 365 brand of raisins or Trader Joeโ€™s organic Thompson because they donโ€™t coat them in oil ๐Ÿ‘

  11. Did anyone have an issue with the second dressing being overpowered by the white wine vinegar? I followed the recipe on the website to the letter and I had to add allulose until it tasted more like a honey mustard. Next time I’m going to add about half the vinegar.

    Not being critical, it could be my cheap blender. I also added more plant milk to thin it to a dressing consistency.

    Thanks for the innovative recipes.

    1. Hello Glen, this was one of our earlier recipes so you are probably right. My husband LOVES really strong vinegar dressings. We have a newer honey mustard recipe that I like better.

  12. i made the crack dressing,it was good,took it to work and my coworkers loved it.i did have to thin it down with more almond milk because it came out really thick,too thick for me.it made 32 0z or more,makes alot,next time will half the recipe

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