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Lynda writes,  March 12, 2009

Hello!  My name is Lynda and I am a compulsive eater.

I have made the White Dressing that is in our cookbook and used it for my dressing (very good, by the way) and like 1/2 of it is yogurt.  On the food allottment, it states 2 T = 2 T dressing.  So...my question is why is the yogurt not counted as protein?  And along the same lines, could I use 1 T of yogurt as a topping with my meat (like stroganoff type 'sauce')?  My f2f sponsor says I would need to count it as a protein. Just wondering if it is universal :) 

Sandee writes,  March 14, 2009

HI Lynda,  Of course this is between you and your sponsor, but in most dressings the ingredients are things from other sourses that you would measure differently on their own than in a dressing.  In buttermilk ranch for example, the first two ingredients are vegetable oil and buttermilk....those on their own would measure...oil, 1 tsp = 1 fat and buttermilk is a protein....2 cups = 1 protein....so I don't think we need to go by that in the dressings....mix it together and 2 Tbs = 1 fat.  If you used plain yogurt for a topping though....(1 T of real sour cream is an allowable fat)....that would come out of your protein....but again....this is between you and your sponsor....I don't want to cause any trouble.

 
 
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