• Garden Herb Salad Dressing
  • Garden Herb Salad Dressing
  • Garden Herb Salad Dressing
  • Garden Herb Salad Dressing
  • Garden Herb Salad Dressing

Garden Herb Salad Dressing

Low FODMAP, No Onion, No Garlic, Lactose & Gluten-Free!
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This is gut love. 

Introducing Garden Herb Dressing. Using clean, high-quality ingredients like extra virgin olive oil and Himalayan pink salt, we make salad dressings that are both delicious and worry-free.

Why are we easy to digest?

We've removed triggering ingredients that can cause digestive discomfort so that you can eat your favorite foods bloat-free. Because let's be real - when your gut is happy, you are too. And your gut deserves Fody!

Low FODMAP, no onion, no garlic.

Size: 8 oz (236g)


Oil Blend (Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Avocado Oil), Water, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, Ground Mustard, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Black Pepper, Rosemary Extract, Tarragon, Rosemary, Dill, Celery Seed, Xanthan Gum, Parsley.
May Contain: Soy, Sesame.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 106 reviews
Really good!

I really like the taste of this dressing, it goes extremely well with the chickpea/cucumber salad I like to make :)

Pretty terrible

Tastes like... sugary oil? Not good, no flavor beyond sweetness. Not enough vinegar, or herbs.

Oh so good!

I haven't had salad dressing in a very long time. This is good for dipping veggies for a snack, adding it to a little mayo to spice up egg salad, marinade for chicken, I put a little over roasted potatoes. So many uses!

Heather G.
It's okay

It is so hard to find salad dressing when you cannot have Garlic or Onion. I was excited to give this one a try. The GOOD is it doesn't bother my gut! The bad, well I wouldn't say bad really, I'll say MEH. The taste to me is very Meh. It's very mild you can barely taste it on food. I had to add vinegar to give it a little more punch. I tried adding it to a sandwich but could barely taste it. All I taste is the dill. The best way to describe it is oily dill. So if you LOVE dill, then you may love this. I will finish it, but won't be buying another. I'm going to have to try some of the other dressings by Fody to see if they are any better. I'd love a good vinegar or citrus-based one.

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