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Make up in advance and refrigerate to use throughout the week. Cider vinegar is regarded as the essence of youth in some parts of the world.
1 tbsp cider vinegar
1 tbsp flaxseed or hemp oil
5–6 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1–2 tsp runny organic honey
pinch herbes de Provence
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper Place the vinegar in a lidded jar. With a fork, whisk in the flaxseed or hemp oil until amalgamated. Add the olive oil until the taste suits you. Add the mustard, honey, and herbs, and whisk again until smooth. Season to taste. Close lid and refrigerate. Shake before serving.