Just thought I would chime in here on the vinegar issue. Standard vinegars are actually fermented or wine by-products and both are a huge no-no when dealing with candida overgrowth.
There is one vinegar allowed on the diet though and that’s unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar. You might want to give that a try. Here’s a site that has a few really nice recipes featuring ACV: http://www.candida-cure-recipes.com/apple-cider-vinegar-salad-dressing.html
I think the key really is to take advantage of your herbs and spices when making the dressings. I’ve made some fine oil with lemon/lime juice dressings but I included herbs and spices in the mix. Some of the health food store salt-free seasonings that are basically powdered herbs, spices and vegetables make delicious dressings as well (or you can just season your salad straight with them). I’ve even added some yogurt to some recipes to make them creamy.
The diet can be quite manageable if you’re willing to put in some personal effort to make your own alternative condiments and think outside the box. 🙂 Hope this helps!