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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    Don't try to do it with a hand whisk. It will take 15 minutes and your arm will fall off.
    It's only a flesh wound!

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    I've not had luck with my stick blender or food processor, but one thing that does work well is using the whisk attachment in my Kitchenaid standing mixer. I usually do it by hand, because it's an extra arm workout!

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    I made mayo for the first time last weekend. It was a piece of cake using my hand-held stick blender. I made two cups of mayo using two whole eggs, two cups of extra light olive oil, 4 tbsp of oil apple cider vinegar, a little dijon mustard, a little paprika, and salt. I put everything in a bowl except the olive oil and blended for a few seconds. Then I added the oil in a continuous very thin stream. The thin stream is very important. It's best to let it set up in the fridge for a little bit after making it.

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    there is a mayo called lemonaise. it is made wuth canola oil which isn't that much better than soy oil but it does okay in a pinch. I also believe there is ni sugarxadded.

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    Homemade Paleo Mayo Cooking Demo - Everyday Paleo

    Worked the first time for me. But now I make only 1/2 this much and reduce the olive oil a little. You can substitute lemon juice for the vinegar and I thiink it's better. It's certainly simple to make. It lasts about 1 week.
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