Eric Ripert And Nature's Fynd Launch 3 Limited-Edition Vegan Dressings

Are you a vegan looking for new dressings? Well, you're in luck because the team at Nature's Fynd partnered with Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of New York City's three-Michelin-starred Le Bernardin, to launch three artisanal vegan dressings. The limited-edition dressings are the first collaboration between the chef and the company and come in three flavors: Zesty Goddess, with herbs and citrus notes; Miso Caesar, a tangy version of the classic dressing; and Herbed Ranch, finished with notes of roasted garlic.

In case you haven't already visited the website to place your order, the trio of vegan dressings costs $50 plus $15 shipping. Each bottle is eight ounces and contains 40 to 50 calories per serving depending on the flavor. You can't buy the dressings individually at this point, so if there's a flavor you can't resist, order them all and share with friends and family.

Nature's Fynd's vegan dressings pack a fun fungi punch

According to a press release, the key ingredient in these dressings is Fy, a fungi-based protein developed by the company through a fermentation process with its innovative technology. Fy replaces fillers and stabilizers found in other dressings — and promises umami in every bite of your salad (or whatever other food) you smother it with. According to the website, these dressings taste delicious on salads, pizza, wraps, and dips.

Other ingredients found in all of the silky dressings include avocado oil, lemon juice, and water. The Zesty Goddess dressing also has capers, basil, tarragon, garlic, and other flavors and comes in at 40 calories per 2-tablespoon serving. The Miso Caesar includes dijon mustard, white miso paste, and various seasonings and is 45 calories per serving. And last but not least, Herbed Ranch has a blend of vinegar, cane sugar, and seasonings like onion and garlic powders and has just 50 calories in each serving. When your dressing arrives, store them in the refrigerator (even before opening) and finish them within 21 days, according to Nature's Fynd.