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Farmers' Almanac Marinades & Seasonings

Miso Tahini Dressing

Miso Tahini Dressing

A tangy, delicious dressing for salads or for dipping!

January 2012
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Reduced-Fat Ranch Dressing

Reduced-Fat Ranch Dressing

Why buy fatty, chemical-laden dressing from the grocery store when you can make your own delicious, healthy, low-fat version at home?

November 2011
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Meatless Gravy

Meatless Gravy

You don’t have to eat mean to enjoy this thick, delicious, savory gravy!

November 2011
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Fresh Tomato Sauce

Fresh Tomato Sauce

Tangy, vitamin-packed tomato sauce from scratch.

September 2011
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Concord Grape Jelly

Concord Grape Jelly

Add a little kick to your PB&J with tart and tangy concord grapes!

September 2011
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Mix-n-Match Pesto

Mix-n-Match Pesto

You can make pesto out of (almost) anything.

September 2011
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Fresh Basil Pesto

Fresh Basil Pesto

A delicious topping for pasta, crackers, sandwiches, and more.

August 2011
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Watermelon Salsa

Watermelon Salsa

Sweet, spicy, and oh so good!

July 2011
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Strawberry Salsa

The best of both worlds: sweet and spicy!

June 2011
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