9 Easy Ways to Cut About 100 Calories From Your Day
This comes in handy if you don't want to ditch your favorite dressing for vinegar or a drizzle of oil. Order the dressing on the side and then, instead of delicately pouring it onto your salad or dunking each bite straight into the container, Delbridge recommends dipping your fork's tines into the dressing and then spearing a mouthful of salad. You'll easily end up cutting a couple of tablespoons of dressing from your meal without feeling like you're eating un-dressed greens. If you're a ranch fan, that's 128 calories gone.