USA: How You Eat Your Salad Tells a Lot About Your Personality; Salad-Eating Preferences Differ Among Gender, Age, And Region, Survey Finds
Are you a dipper, topper, or a mixer? When it comes to salad dressings, a recent Market Facts survey for the Association for Dressings & Sauces says, the way you use salad dressing says a lot about your personality. For example, people who dip their greens into their salad dressing, "dippers," rate themselves as being more spontaneous and outgoing than "mixers," those who mix their dressing throughout their salad.
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