Dressing a Salad

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“For simple salads, I use lemon-based vinaigrettes because they’re fairly light, and the bright acidity doesn’t hide the flavor of the lettuces,” says Scott Dolich of Park Kitchen in Portland, Oregon. “I combine two parts lemon juice, one part white wine vinegar and six parts olive-pomace oil, which is fruity and not superpeppery.”

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