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    Looking for a good Paleo mayo?

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    If you are like us, you always look for healthy alternatives, such as homemade mayonnaise and fresh homemade cole slaw.
    Nutty Kitchen Paleo Mayo
    1 large egg
    1 tsp organic dijon mustard
    1/3 tsp Celtic Sea Salt
    1 Tbsp Coconut Vinegar
    Mix all the ingredients above using hand blender first… Then slowly add oil below as you continue to mix.
    1 cup Coconut Oil or 1 cup light olive oil (don’t use extra virgin olive oil)
    Our cole slaw is refreshing, light and delicious. We pair it with grilled chicken, meats and lamb.
    Nutty Kitchen Paleo Cole Slaw
    12 oz Trader Joe’s Slaw Mix (really any of your favorite stores, or just chop up some cabbage, carrots, etc.)
    3/4 cup Nutty Kitchen Paleo Mayo
    1 tsp fresh ground black pepper
    2 tbsp Lime Juice
    1 dash sea salt
    1 tsp caper juice
    We look forward to your comments on how yours turned out.
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    Uhm, I have a question. Why not use extra virgin olive oil? (Never made Mayo before, so nooo experience here
    My husband hates coconut ... does the taste of coconut seem strong in this mayo when using that oil?

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    I'm not the op, but I'd guess b/c the flavor of EVOO is SOOO strong...it will totally take over--a lighter olive oil will have a lighter taste overall...

    I've never made it w/ CO, but it does have a strong coconut flavor IMO, so I'd think the mayo would be coconut flavored. Just my thoughts though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autumn View Post
    Uhm, I have a question. Why not use extra virgin olive oil? (Never made Mayo before, so nooo experience here
    My husband hates coconut ... does the taste of coconut seem strong in this mayo when using that oil?

    Autumn
    I have good luck using bacon grease. Any liquid fat will do.

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    excellent post thanks for the recipe... any idea on the shelf life?

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    Hello Autumn, sorry for the late reply...what a week, we got rear-ended big time, nearly got bitten by a very pissed rattler, husband got hit the head with a very large curtain rod and needed 8 stiches...there's is more...but going to stop here.

    Yes, FairyRae, you are right. The extra virgin olive oil is just too strong. I have used bacon grease before, but the flavor will change a bit. Coconut oil will also do, but it alters the flavors. Good old olive oil for our taste has worked the best.

    Have you guys tried it yet? Again, thanks for your patience on this very late reply!
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