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Gut Goddess Dressing Recipe Video

Gut Goddess Dressing

Thrive Market’sGut Goddess Dressing recipe.

Known for its unmistakable green color and herbaceous flavor, this creamy dip and dressing has been popping up on restaurant menus since the 1920s. It’s believed the first goddess recipe was blended up by the executive chef at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel, who named it after actor George Arliss’s hit play, The Green Goddess. Even if you’re not a theater buff, you can still enjoy this zippy sauce at home. Our version uses three types of herbs, a generous amount of garlic, plus probiotic powder for a gut-supporting boost.

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