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Try flavoring some oil and keeping it in the fridge
This. But I'll go one detail further: slow bake a whole garlic bulb, or 2 or 3 if you fancy them. They become buttery soft. Pop them out of their skins & puree them into some EVOO w/ small bit of sea salt (to taste)& when you want to use some, heat it up a bit & go for it. DELISH!
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It taste like mayo (was created for a friend with an egg allergy) but can be added to and changed just like real mayonnaise can be......Didn't the OP ask for egg free and soy free mayo substitute? This is egg free and I don't use soy anything ever so without knowing he was also dairy free I gave this as a choice. Several people have pinned this on pinterest and said they like it *shrug* it does work and it does taste like mayonnaise~