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    Thumbs up Mayo-free Coleslaw that tastes like it has mayo in it

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    Dairy-free, egg-free, grain-free

    Note: There's not one hint of coconut flavor in it!
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    Interesting... I make homemade mayo... but also tend to prefer some greek yoghurt in the dressing (and I dress lightly) for more tang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Interesting... I make homemade mayo... but also tend to prefer some greek yoghurt in the dressing (and I dress lightly) for more tang.
    I love mayo. And I love coleslaw. But I was thinking: it's sort of a waste because it always turns to liquid anyway! So I tried the coconut milk experiment and sure enough, it was just like coleslaw after the dressing settles. My new favorite recipe.

    Oh, and if you like tangy coleslaw, do 50/50 cabbage and radicchio. So good.
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    another idea that we do ALL the time, use cashews! I throw some cashews (which are naturally a tad sweet), a touch of vinegar, some lemon juice, salt & pepper, (and sometimes some hot sauce if I'm in the mood for spicy), and a little bit of water all into my vitamix and blend until creamy. Makes the perfect cole slaw dressing, yummers!

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    Our favorite slaw dressing is sesame oil, vinegar and red pepper flakes. Hubby also adds soy sauce to it.
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