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Vinegar-free mayonnaise recipe and similar vinegar-free mustard recipe

This recipe doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, however the process takes a little time not only to prepare, but also to let it sit, and it doesn’t take long either.

You will need 1 egg, 1/4 teaspoon of salt, 1 cup of oil (grapeseed is highly recommended), 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of mustard powder, and you will also need a blender or hand mixer and a bowl (I used a hand mixer). Also, if you have an oil sprayer or even a dropper it might work, you may want to use it for this recipe.

I do not recommend using olive oil, because the flavor is too strong and this recipe mainly takes on the flavor of the oil. You can try coconut oil if you like the taste of it. Other oils that can be good are sweet almond, walnut, or even sunflower or canola, and if you like, a light olive oil would work.

You can also try using just the egg yolk, I didn’t, but I could if I try again.

You will need to blend the egg, mustard powder, lemon juice, and salt for two minutes. Then, one drop at a time, add the oil while continuing to mix. This took me probably 15 minutes to combine all the oil. Then all that’s left is to refrigerate it to thicken overnight.

I only let it thicken for a few hours, and since it wasn’t thickened yet, I tried adding a little arrowroot powder (you can also try flour if you like). I used some of this mayonnaise with a can of tuna and it tasted good; however, I kept the rest in the refrigerator and never used it again. However, it got thick, I just don’t know how long it took because I didn’t check it very often; maybe it was a week after I remembered to check it out because I wanted some mustard without vinegar, and the recipe I found was the same, plus it had 5/2 tablespoons of mustard powder; I thought I would try to convert it just by adding more mustard powder, but I didn’t want to use it any more.

So my experience with this recipe was not very desirable, but if I ever tried to remake it with my suggestions, I could see that it possibly turns out better. All in all, I think I’ll stick with the store bought mayo once I’m done with this candida diet.

Give it a try and see how yours looks.

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