"Oil and Vinegar" is your most basic of salad dressings. Most restaurants, though they will not offer such among their dressing options, will give you upon request two small bottles with olive oil and balsamic vinegar (or sometimes less quality ingredients inside.

Oil and Vinegar also form the base of many more complicated salad dressings. They can be added as a seasoning to sandwiches, especially of the "submarine" type, and are available at the chain Subway as well as any good sub shop. Oil and vinegar mixed together can function as a delightfully tasty dip for bread.

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