Source: www.nytimes.com | Story Posted: February 11, 2011 | Category: Recipes & Cooking

Dress Your Salad with Good Fats

Two researchers recently called for the end of the term "low-fat," saying people should focus more on consuming good fats – poly- and monounsaturated – and less on trans and saturated fats

Two researchers recently called for the end of the term "low-fat," saying people should focus more on consuming good fats – poly- and monounsaturated – and less on trans and saturated fats. You can start by trying this Green Goddess Dressing recipe from The New York Times. This thick and hearty dressing is great for dipping raw vegetables and uses ½ cup of canola oil.