Thinly shaved brussels sprouts have a discernible flavor that stands up to and complements the lemon, garlic, and Parmigiano flavors of the Caesar dressing. The quantities in this recipe are meant to be used merely as a guideline. Some people like their Caesar dressing with less anchovy, or more garlic, or less cayenne. Please taste your dressing and adjust it to fit your preferences. But remember that you want your dressing to taste strong, because the flavor will become somewhat muted once it gets spread over the shaved raw brussels sprouts. —Josh Cohen
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