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    Mayo recipe - no eggs or soy?

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    Can anyone help me out? Thank you!!

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    LOL, what sakura said.

    Try flavoring some oil and keeping it in the fridge, it will turn buttery.
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    Can't do butter.. dairy does not co-operate with me.

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    What about an avocado puree with a light olive oil and some bacon fat? Or some type of dairy free avocado crema?

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    No avocados either.. I'm picky I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaltherHa View Post
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by longing2bfit View Post
    Like hell that's going to taste like mayonnaise.

    Use toasted ghee, then, if you can't do dairy. You're not going to get anything as close to the egg yolk as butter/ghee.

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    [QUOTE=sakura_girl;905192]Like hell that's going to taste like mayonnaise.

    Actually tasted pretty damn good! We used it with tuna and then made a garlic sundried aoili with it later on.

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