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Hoodsta
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2003/10/27 07:22:41 (permalink)

? Mayonaise replacement


Wandering if anyone could suggest a good mayonaise replacement?
You know, that white salade dressing stuff that goes in tuna...
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    windows250279
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    RE: ? Mayonaise replacement 2003/10/27 11:41:42 (permalink)
    make your own with olive oil.
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    RE: ? Mayonaise replacement 2003/10/30 18:52:11 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Hoodsta


    Wandering if anyone could suggest a good mayonaise replacement?
    You know, that white salade dressing stuff that goes in tuna...



    Don't know if it`s available in your area, but at my local grocery store there's 3 kinds of mayo.

    Regular - full of fat
    Light - half the fat
    Ultra low in fat - almost no fat.

    I`ve heard a few people don`t like the taste of the ultra one, but I don't seem to notice it in my tuna wrap (since I tend to put in a lot of cayenne pepper :P, personal taste).
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    RE: ? Mayonaise replacement 2003/10/30 23:21:26 (permalink)
    I think the light mayo tastes as good as the fat kind, although it still contains maybe 50 cal per tbsp. Fat free mayo tastes like junk and has very few cals, but I can deal with the taste as long as I throw some hot sauce on there too...it really helps!
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    RE: ? Mayonaise replacement 2003/11/01 16:32:06 (permalink)
    Natural yogurt (thick Greek style) or cottage cheese.
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    RE: ? Mayonaise replacement 2003/11/02 01:07:59 (permalink)
    I like salad cream better that mayonnaise.
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