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Trying to make a lower fat slaw

jnk | Oct 15, 201205:45 AM     19

This is a multi part question.
I'm trying to mimic what is called "crunchy vegetable slaw" in my supermarket. It's ingredients are:
broccoli slaw
borccolit florets
dried cranberries
sunflower seeds
and of course a mayo based slaw dressing.

If they weren't charging $5.99/lb I would probably not be asking this question but since I want to make it myself, I'm trying to figure out how to make a good/lower fat slaw dressing. I've tried mixing reduced fat mayo with champagne vinegar but that didn't do it. Does anyone here have a recipe that will solve my problem?. Thanks in advance for your help.

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