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Thread: Sunflower in mayo

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    Quote Originally Posted by breadsauce View Post
    I find extra virgin olive oil makes for a very bitter / tangy mayo. I prefer a mix of light olive oil and high oleic sunflower.
    We're okay with mayo that tastes like the evoo it was made from. I got a great buy on evoo that is quite strong in flavor, and my boyfriend has a problem with seed oils that goes beyond theoretical side effects.

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    light olive oil here. Can't stand the taste of the evoo. Tried avocado oil too, and eww.
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    Just a quick question...how long does homemade mayo last for?
    I would like to make it, but the only time I would use it was for my homemade ranch dressing?

    Thanks

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    I believe it's 5 days. That's why most make it in small batches only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goinggrok View Post
    Just a quick question...how long does homemade mayo last for?
    I would like to make it, but the only time I would use it was for my homemade ranch dressing?

    Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by sqidmark View Post
    I believe it's 5 days. That's why most make it in small batches only.
    Try the Lacto-fermented recipe I linked.
    Lasts a few months!
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    Oh wow, this is so easy..

    I found a recipe using a whole egg not just the yolks...if anyone's interested here it is.

    2 eggs
    1/2 TSP Mustard, dry or Dijon
    1/4 TSP Salt
    2 TBSP Vinegar
    2 CUPS Oil

    I used an immersion blender and I halved the recipe. I also added 2 tsp of vinegar and 1 tsp of lemon

    Blend...says it will last for 2 weeks

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    Haha thanks for this thread, just remembered I had EVOO mayo in the fridge for my steak!

    Its a nice rich fruity olive oil, so there is a ton of flavor in the mayo, but it tastes delicious.

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