October 1997 Issue
Dressing Salads Lightly Without Being Underdressed
A salad seemingly transforms any meal into a healthier one. Just munching on those greens elicits feelings of healthy superiority. But should it? Certainly not if you drown it in dressing (even if the bottle does have Paul New-man's eyes stating back at you). But you don't have to eat dry greens, nor do you have to forgo the pleasure of fresh arugula, crisp Romaine or pretty red leaf lettuce. You just need
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