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Nutritional Information for Good Seasons Italian Dressing

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Lindsay Stern is a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist who has been working in community and clinical nutrition since 2006. Currently she specializes in wellness and prevention and has been a certified Health and Wellness Coach since 2012. Stern holds Master of Public Health nutrition from the University of Minnesota.
Nutritional Information for Good Seasons Italian Dressing
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Good Seasons Italian salad dressing and recipe mix is a dry seasoning mix that allows you to make your own salad dressing or marinade using a few kitchen staples. When prepared as a directed using 1/4 cup vinegar, 3 tablespoons of water and 1/2 cup of oil, 2 tablespoons of dressing will provide 130 total calories; 2 grams of saturated fat -- 8 percent of the daily value; 370 milligrams of sodium -- 14 percent of the DV; and 2 grams of total carbohydrates. Percent DV are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.

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Amount per Serving in Dry Mix

A single packet of dry seasoning has eight servings. Each envelope of herbs and spices provides 5 calories and 320 milligrams of sodium -- 13 percent of the DV. The dry seasoning is not a source of fat, carbohydrates or protein.

To Prepare a Lower-Fat Version

To decrease overall calories and fat when preparing the dry mix as a dressing or marinade, use 1/4 cup of vinegar and 3 tablespoons of water. Instead of using 1/2 cup of oil, substitute with 1/4 cup of water and 1/4 cup of oil.

Ingredients and Allergens

Good Seasons Italian salad dressing and recipe mix contains sugar, salt, sodium citrate, garlic, onions, spice, red bell peppers, carrots, xanthan gum, maltodextrin, parsley, guar gum, natural flavor, soy sauce and citric acid. It also contains wheat and soy allergens.

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