A more complicated salad dressing

I’m quite fortunate in that I can get most ingredients from bulk bins and containers at a local coop where I shop. The only exceptions are the lemon juice, Balsamic vinegar, and Dijon mustard.

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Retired teacher (San Francisco, 1969–2003); Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Mauritania, 2003–2005); public speaker, artist, writer, world citizen & traveler

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Retired teacher (San Francisco, 1969–2003); Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Mauritania, 2003–2005); public speaker, artist, writer, world citizen & traveler

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