Because good ingredients make good food.
I reccomend Makoto’s Dill Dressing to anyone that has a hard time finding a salad dressing they like other than ranch. Italian dressing too tangy? Bleu cheese too bitter? Give this a try. It’s a sweet, but not so much that it feels like it shouldn’t be put on a salad. It’s unusual, but more along the lines of “Hey now, this is new!”, rather than “Hrm. This tastes weird”. I’ve been using it on all of my salads for a while now. A bottle usually costs me $3.69 and lasts around two weeks. A bit expensive, sure, but damn it’s tasty. It’s a white dressing that comes in a plastic bottle with green plastic wrapped around the top.
Suprisingly enough, Makoto’s own website doesn’t even show or describe their dill dressing, only their ginger dressing. Still, the label on the bottle is very similiar. Unfortunately, it’s not available everywhere in the U.S.
What ingredients would you like to suggest?