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My wife likes a specific salad dressing and I am wondering if she will be able to bring an unopened bottle (factory sealed) on board with us.  We will be on Ovation of the Seas next month.

Thanks in advance

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56 minutes ago, Hogbay said:

Come on we cant possibly answer this without knowing which special salad dressing it is 🙂

Is it KEN,S FAT FREE RASPBERRY PECAN ?

 

https://www.eatthis.com/healthy-salad-dressing/ 

 

 

Yeah I'd also like to know this answer. As someone that has lost almost 70 pounds I am always looking for good, but healthy dressings cause most are horrendous for you.😋

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13 hours ago, Zach1213 said:

Too healthy to be salad dressing! 

 

Yah, usually have it on the side, served in a 1.5 oz. container. Sprinkle a little on the kale and the rest never seems gets wasted for some reason.

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9 hours ago, JamesEM said:

Never had a problem bring my favorite low fat dressing on board, even had passengers ask me to pass the dressing.

Which Low Fat Dressing 🙂 

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I used that for a while when I first started losing weight but it kinda freaked me out a bit. How are they getting it to no calories, what chemical's? I switched to regular balsamic vinegar from BJs and Costco. Balsamic vinegar is actually super good for you.

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24 minutes ago, dubldeck said:

Walden Farms, Balsamic Vinaigrette, 12 fl oz (355 ml)

Wow no sugar wonder if it's got artificial sweetener ? 🙂

Cannot find that one down here but found a honey dijon at a athlete sports shop , last place i would look for salad dressing .

 

https://www.australiansportsnutrition.com.au//salad-dressings.html

 

thanks will go and grab some this morning

 

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To piggyback onto this post, is it a requirement that what you bring onboard be factory sealed?

I want to bring a bottle of hot sauce, and I'm wondering if I can bring one of the ones I already have or if I'll need to pick up a new bottle just for the cruise.

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6 minutes ago, ChrisPGH said:

To piggyback onto this post, is it a requirement that what you bring onboard be factory sealed?

I want to bring a bottle of hot sauce, and I'm wondering if I can bring one of the ones I already have or if I'll need to pick up a new bottle just for the cruise.

 

Hard to predict exactly what your security person might do.  However, you will likely have better luck with factory sealed containers.

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