Salad Dressing: Frank Food

| October 12, 2011

Frank food is a series that wants your opinion about what is FRANK food and what is FRANKENSTEIN food. Please share your opinion!

You walk into the store and have to buy one. Which one is MORE FRANK to you?

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  1. Carolyn says:

    Well, I would pick the Annie’s, not only because it’s natural, but also because of the sugar factor. I hate “fat free” because it’s usually junked up with sugars like corn syrup. Blech!

  2. Mariko says:

    Ugh. I hate the wishbone brand of dressing. It always is so viscous. Blah. Plus fat free? No thanks. !!! 🙂

  3. I think I go for the Annie’s
    Well..what’s that ‘natural flavour’..

  4. Barton says:

    I cant buy anything fat free, its a rip off I want the fat, its the good but

  5. That fat free dressing`s label is scary! How can water and corn syrup be the first two ingredients in salad dressing? What about oil & vinegar?…theresa

  6. Juliana says:

    Nothing is really “free”, they have to substitute the fat for something else…it seems that in this case is corn syrup 🙂

  7. Kristen says:

    I love Annie’s Natural dressings. I never touch the fat free stuff…too weirded out by the strange ingredients.