3 Zer0's Italian Style Dressing
Zero Calories! Zero Carbs! Zero Fat! Tastes Great! Sugar Free! Low Sodium! That is what the front of this bottle of dressing says. One of those descriptive terms is an absolute lie.
Let's flip this bottle over and look and the nutrition facts. Bunch of zeros. That's great... 55mg of sodium, I guess that's where they get the low for the sodium and not zero. Ingredients, water, vinegar, red wine vinegar, sea salt, guar gum, xanthan gum, spice, dried onion, paprika, seasoning (salt, spice). Gluten free. That seems like a lot of vinegar to me.
Hold on... let me go grab my regular bottle of Italian... let's see where vinegar falls on that list. Vinegar is number 3 on that. Right after water and two kinds of oil. Alright, that's normal then. So I tried it.
Dumped a bit on my salad, looks like Italian Dressing..... smells like Italian dressing. You know what they say right? If it looks like a duck, talks like a duck, must be a duck? NOPE! This is a goat! It is definitely a goat. It looks like a duck... but it's a goat! Oh this is bad!
QUICK! QUICK! Someone get me some water! Bleach will work... get this taste OUT OF MY MOUTH! Italians everywhere should be angry that this bottle has Italian on it. The entire country of Italy should sue! Eww.. Hold on let me rinse my mouth out again. I can taste it just writing about it.
Substandard, poor, unsatisfactory, unacceptable, inedible, dreadful, awful, foul, JUST NASTY! Let's stop with that... it's just nasty. Anyone who was expecting Italian dressing... will get disappointed with this product. I would advise you just measure out an acceptable portion of your favorite dressing and use it. Count your little calories from the stuff and move on.
Who would like this stuff? People who love the taste of straight vinegar. That's exactly what it tastes like. If that's the case, you love you some vinegar... skip the expense and just buy a bottle of vinegar. ICK! I can't even with this stuff. I got to move on with my day and try and forget that I ever had the misfortune of sticking this stuff anywhere near my mouth.
Until next time,