Subway Oil and Vinegar

Does anyone know the kinds of vinegar and oil is used at Subway on their sandwiches?

Sandie from Marysville, WA

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I know they use red wine vinegar and blended olive oil (canola oil blended with extra virgin olive oil) but if your looking for a brand I don't have any idea. Hope this helps.

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My daughter used to work at Subway and if you are talking about the original Subway sauce, all it is, is regular Italian dressing!!

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I too do not have the exact oils. However at work recently we got 6 foot sub and they sent along packages of condiments with the huge sandwich. Red wine vinergar and olive/canol oil combo were in the goodie bag. So don't make the mix just ask for a couple extra packets when you find yourself at the sub shop. I hope this helps.

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I mix my olive oil with red wine vinager in a bottle and voila just like subway, years ago I managed a subway and thats all it was

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I too love subway, and though I don't know what kind of sauces they use for those I would like to know if anyone has a recipe for their Sweet Onion Sauce. I've looked at CopyKat and can't find it.


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Subway oil is 90% canola oil, and 10% extra virgin olive oil. yikes.

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1/2 cup light corn syrup

1 Tablespoon white minced onion

1 Tablespoon red wine vinegar

2 teaspoons white vinegar

1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar

1 teaspoon brown sugar

1 teaspoon buttermilk powder

1/4 teaspoon lemon juice

1/8 teaspoon poppy seeds

1/8 teaspoon salt

pinch of cracked pepper

pinch of garlic powder

combine all in microwave bowl..heat on high for 1-2 min until it boils rapidly...whisk well, cover and cool. makes about 2/3 of a cup...hope this helps

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