It’s finally here. The thick, creamy deliciousness you’ve been craving. Whipped up into a rich, velvety sauce that will transform your fish, meat, and vegetable dishes into MasterChef-worthy masterpieces. Primal Kitchen™ Mayo is packaged fresh and cuisine ready, and to celebrate this major evolution in the ancestral health community we’re holding a sweepstakes! All you have to do is enter with the click of a mouse at this link. Register to win a $500 gift certificate to Thrive Market and 1 of 20 free annual memberships to Thrive Market (a $60 value)! (Details to follow.)
Why all the buzz about Primal Kitchen Mayo? For starters, no more slaving away in the kitchen making labor-intensive homemade mayonnaise that’s likely to spoil in just a few short days. And no more slopping on runny unyoked “mayo” spreads made up of coconut and olive oils. Coconut oil is far too saturated and solid to mask as a mayo spread (not to mention, much too coconutty to impart that classic mayo taste), and olive oil is so distinct in flavor that it takes over the taste of the food it’s supposed to be complementing. Commercially available mayos use soybean oil as their base (ick!), but Primal Kitchen Mayo uses avocado oil to infuse its mayonnaise with a neutral flavor and thick creamy texture that doesn’t spoil before the expiration date or break apart into an oily mess.
Primal Kitchen’s pure avocado oil has all the health benefits we’ve come to depend on in an avocado:
Primal Mayo is made with just 5 real-food ingredients: pure avocado oil, organic eggs, organic vinegar, sea salt and rosemary extract. And you don’t have to worry about canola or other industrial seed oils sneaking onto the ingredient list. That’s some clean, primal-friendly eating there, folks!
So, try a jar of Primal Kitchen Mayo today. Primal Kitchen Mayo is sold by-the-jar only at Thrive Market. If your taste buds give it the thumbs up, then shop for three-packs at the Primal Blueprint shop. Free shipping options are available on both sites. Hurry and get a jar before they sell out. Limited quantities available!
Enter to win a $500 gift certificate to Thrive Market and 1 of 20 free annual memberships. You have through next Wednesday (Feb. 25) to register with Thrive Market via this link before this exclusive offer ends.
Why do you want to Thrive? Thrive Market makes access to healthy, high-quality foods easier and more affordable. It’s an online health food co-op (think: Whole Foods offerings at Costco prices) with 25-50% discounts on over 4,000 products from 500 top brands…and that number is constantly growing. You can shop Paleo/Primal-prepared foods and supplements, and home, personal care, beauty, and baby products. Thrive does all the investigative work for you, with over 90 “tags” (including “Paleo”) that let you filter through the options according to your cravings. For instance, you can search for certified-organic, peanut-free, primal-friendly, and even fair-trade products with no hassle or guesswork.
What I particularly love about this membership-based online market—aside from the paleo, gluten-free products it offers—is its socially conscious mission. In Thrive’s own words:
Thrive Market is a revolutionary e-commerce site offering the best 4,000 healthy living products at 25-50% off retail prices (shipped to your door for free). Through a $59.95 annual membership, members get access to the top 500 natural brands. For every paid member, Thrive Market gives away a free membership to a low-income family so we can all thrive together.
And Thrive is an environmentally sustainable business that uses recycled packaging and paper, works with eco-friendly vendors and suppliers, and boasts a zero carbon footprint.
So register for free with Thrive today, pick up a jar of Primal Mayo and be one of the first people on the planet to try it. And keep an eye on your inbox. We’ll be contacting you if you’re one of the lucky winners.
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