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    cool, I'll try to find avocado oil. Just trying to get the mayonaise taste as much like regular mayonaisse as possible.

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    olive oil makes a very strong flavored mayo. Avocado oil is really mellow. It also makes a $10 jar of mayo, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent* View Post
    hmm, I'll have to experiment with different oils. Any specific brands of olive oil you guys suggest? Id prefer it didn't taste like olive oil. Any idea what oil they used in traditional mayonnaise (i dont have any on me so can't tell you from the ingredeints list).

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    Traditional mayonnaise uses extra-virgin olive oil, but it doesn't taste anything like the crap you buy in the supermarket
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    olive oil makes a very strong flavored mayo. Avocado oil is really mellow. It also makes a $10 jar of mayo, lol.

    btw, you're welcome (on the now craving raw batter. Lemme work on that one for my junk food blog just for you )
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    I love making mayo and use a blend of olive oil, coconut oil ( melted and cooled), sesame oil. a blend that is recommended in the book, EAT FAT, LOSE FAT. I also eat raw egg yolks quite often. If they are fresh, local, especially from pastured chickens they are great. don't however eat raw egg whites. I forget the science of what they contain, but they are not good for you. When I fry eggs I like to cook them so that the whites are cooked and the yolks are almost raw. one more thing, please don't use canola oil!! it is totally an engineered oil and unless it is certified organic, it is loaded with Monsanto GMOs.

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