That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could assist you..
I could never find one I liked but have found 2 now that I like, never ate these kinds before but they don't have a Dukan Diet taste:.
Kraft Free Catalina.
Kraft Free French..
Have you tired the Maple Grove Farms of Vermont Balsamic Vinaigrette? It is very favorful & fat free. I can't stand any other fat free or light dressing on the market. They are too salty & thin. This one makes me feel like I am eating the real thing...
I use Ken's low fat dressings and count towards my fat serving...
Check also my Dips/Salads file - might be something there for you..
I could never find a store bought FF dressing that was more than just tolerable. So I started making my own. I really like the creamy style dressings, so this is the main one I use on a daily basis:.
1 packet of Good Seasons Zesty Italian mix.
1/4 cup vinegar (do not add the water or oil called for in the mix instructions).
16 oz. FF sour cream (I usually take a couple tablespoons out for a little more dry mix to sour cream proportion).
This makes a good fat free creamy italian that surprisingly comes out with way less sodium than most FF or light store bought dressings and in 2 tbs., only 20 calories and no fat (the calories are just from the sour cream)..
I have done the same thing with a packet of ranch dip or dressing mix and 8 oz FF sour cream and 8 oz lowfat buttermilk (the kind I use is so low in fat that the fat is negligible per 2 tablespoon serving of the dressing)..
To ME, these make dressings that make me enjoy my salads rather than dread them. I hope this helps you..
One of my favorites is wishbone FF bleu cheese. Try it if you like regular bleu cheese dressing. It is very good!..
I make my own in a chopper (blender or magic bullet work too).
2-3 bunches FRESH basil leaves, stems removed.
Balsamic vinegar (about 1/4 cup).
1/4 cup orange juice.
3-4 packets Splenda.
1 tablespoon honey.
Blend all together. YUM. Adjust the ingredients to your taste. I don't usually measure them, I just add them until it tastes right to me...
I deplore FF Ranch but I did find one, "just one", through the boards that I did give a try. Kraft FF Ranch. It is pretty good and if you like Ranch you oughta try it...
I have found the Kraft Special Collection Sun Dried Tomato Vinagrette is very good. It's not fat free, but it is only 60 calories per 2 tbsp, which is about the same as the fat free dressings..
Most of the fat free dressings list corn syrup high on the ingredient list (some have it first), and we are trying to avoid corn syrup in our household...
I used to hate FF dressing too but I just tried Kraft's FF Thousand Island and it's really good!..
If you don't like fat free dressing, don't eat salad. Have baby carrots or raw veggies instead...
Have you looked at the stats on this one. They one I had was 80 calories a serving cause it had a lot of sugar in it..
I did love it but through it in the trash when I saw that..
I mix fat free and regular dressing together. Just a little of the regular with it and it helps a lot...
I don't like any creamy based FF dressings. Newman's Own has a number of good non-creamy ones though. My favorite is the Sesame Ginger. I also like the Lime Vinagrette...
Those (the Italian) are my favs, too.
I spritz not only my salads, but grean beans, broccoli,,, stuff like that, too..
The original poster never came back. I think the person is a troll anyhow, judging by her other posts......
Its only been one day!.
She made 1 comment out of all of her posts that might be considered rude (the "feed it to the dog" comment when someone else posted about hating the food). I've seen plenty of long-time members say similarly rude things...like calling people trolls!.
Give the newbies a chance, will ya?..
"trolls" are typically people from other programs that mostly post to stir things up and make the program look bad.... There was not that much positive from this person yet.. But of course, feel free to be helpful....
I understand what you are saying but what if she is an honest newbie who is just struggling with the program and needs encouragement? The forums arent just for raving over how wonderful the program is, it's also for complaining when you are having a hard time with it. I just think the best thing to do is offer encouragement instead of dismissing her as a troll. Thats all i'm sayin'..
I see this over and over again and this is a pet peeve of mine. I'm not talking about this particular poster..
But be a little bit polite people. If a ton of people answer your post and give you links, a ton of suggestions and take the time to answer you, at least be a little bit courteous and post a thank you..
Frankly if I offer advice or give information to a person that never acknowledges the help, I rarely answer the poster again. And not because I want someone to kiss my butt about it but I don't know if they ever read it, thought the advice was helpful or unhelpful, etc..
Please and thank you. We teach kids this. And that's where the troll comments sometimes come from. I personally don't think this person happens to be a troll but just someone having a little bit of a problem. But that's where the impression comes fromposts all over the board asking for help. They're given help and never acknowledge it...
I just found Maple Grove Farms FF dressings on the diabetic aisle in the supermarket. I got Balsamic Vinaigrette and Raspberry Vinaigrette. I tried the Balsamic tonight and it was GREAT..
No fat, 120 mg sodium per 2 Tbls serving, and 1 carb. It's sweetened with Splenda. If the Raspberry is as good as this, bye bye Ken's FF Raspberry Pecan!..
Maple Grove are my fav dressings...the Balsamic and Raspberry and a Cranberry balsamic...also a Lime something...used to have a good Greek dressing but I dont see that any more..
I LOVE them. They used to have a.
Lite Lemon Dill.
That is still my favorite..
***Fortunately I have a lifetime supply, because last time I went to Vermont (we used to have a house there) I went to the Maple Grove Farms "factory" and bought CASES of all the dressingsSO much cheaper...
One tsp of olive oil (fat serving) (flavored ones work really well...).
And one tsp (or more) of aged balsamic vinegar...or any flavor would work.....
Simple and tasty, and more than enough to add flavor and moisture..
I use all the Kraft free dressings and always add a little water to them to thin them down. It seems to me that they are always too thick..
I also use Salada - it is seasoned vinegar. For sweet/sour I add a packet of spenda or equal to the Salada. Tastes great....