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    I used to love Spectrum Vegan Mayo. 35 calories per tablespoon and it tasted like that old fashioned Hellmann's of my youth. But it had a lot of crap in it. Buh bye Vegan Mayo.

    Living single, making mayo can be a pain and often it goes bad before I finish it, so I mostly live without mayo. A little avocado or olive oil goes a long way as a sub for mayo. Both of those make the dish rich and smooth. I think if I tasted store bought mayo now, I'd pretty much be shocked at how nasty it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    I think if I tasted store bought mayo now, I'd pretty much be shocked at how nasty it is.
    Ditto. I'm often puzzled by those non-perishable packets next to the gas station sandwiches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoanieL View Post
    I used to love Spectrum Vegan Mayo. 35 calories per tablespoon and it tasted like that old fashioned Hellmann's of my youth. But it had a lot of crap in it. Buh bye Vegan Mayo.

    Living single, making mayo can be a pain and often it goes bad before I finish it, so I mostly live without mayo. A little avocado or olive oil goes a long way as a sub for mayo. Both of those make the dish rich and smooth. I think if I tasted store bought mayo now, I'd pretty much be shocked at how nasty it is.
    Joanie... check out my Lacto-Fermented recipe.
    It really does last a very long time.
    3 months is perfectly safe.
    And you can reduce the recipe to a single yolk and just make a small amount.
    I am going to make some Bacon-mayo that way tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathleen View Post
    I buy the mayonnaise with canola oil in it (regular mayo found at the grocery store uses soybean oil). I find canola oil less offensive because it's made of rapeseed and/or mustard seeds.

    Just eggs and oil, no need to substitute on Paleo me thinks.
    Canola oil is not doing you any favors if you are trying to have a good omega 3/6 ratio.

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    After watching this video, I decided to throw out my last bottle of canola oil. Solvents. Yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Joanie... check out my Lacto-Fermented recipe.
    It really does last a very long time.
    3 months is perfectly safe.
    And you can reduce the recipe to a single yolk and just make a small amount.
    I am going to make some Bacon-mayo that way tomorrow.
    Thanks, Cori. I've bookmarked it. Bacon, duck fat - once one starts having interesting fats in the house, it becomes easier to live without some of the store bought condiments.
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    I have used the soy free, gluten free Vegenaise from time to time. It tastes very good. It does not have Canola Oil in it but it does have
    Expeller-Pressed Hi-Oleic Safflower Oil - which is supposed to more Paleo friendly.

    Vegan Cheese and Dairy Alternatives - SOY-FREE Vegenaise Dairy-Free Mayo

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