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LuHu
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On June 7 EquiPro posted that Veganaise was an acceptable mayo if you used their grapeseed oil recipe.

Posted on: June 7th, 2006, 1:35pm  

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Veganaise - grapeseed oil version - is a type O compliant mayo that tastes delicious.

Just FYI.  


I'd like to know is that based on the principle of "if-it-isn't-on-the-TypeBase-list consider-it-a -`neutral'" principle or can you see grapeseed oil somewhere specifically tested? I can't find it.  

I've been making my own mayo out of olive oil but it is so STRONGLY flavored because of course EV OO is strong! I'd love to substitute an acceptable oil so that the flavor is more subtle and the only other oil non-AVOID for me (suitable for a mayo recipe) is walnut oil. Would love to add grapeseed oil to my "OK" list if possible.
Please advise. Thanks!


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LuHu-grapeseed oil has not been tested as yet, so for those who have been using it it is a neutral.  

Debra

P.S.  Now that you mention grapeseed oil, I have not actually used it much for cooking since finding out the royal nonnie hood.  Just as a moisturizer.  


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I went out and bought some after reading this post.....we had been using the canola oil based one so I hope this is a better choice. (I know it is,)
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Hmmmmmm, after consulting typebase it appears that canola is neutral for secretors and therefore I bought the grapeseed oil one for naught, but it might be a better oil....
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I was using g/s oil until info on rice bran oil. I had started a thread on it, but seems it's gone now. Anyway, the g/s is high in poly-unsaturated fats, which doesn't make it the best choice. According to this chart, the best is rice bran oil. I have taken to using that w/ my olive oil. Hopefully some day, I'll get up the nerve to make my own mayo. Maybe this weekend.
http://www.californiariceoil.com/nutrition.htm



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Wow! Thanks Italy. I will absolutely try this in my mayo recipe.  Thanks, Thanks, Thanks!  


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LuHu, do you have a recipe for mayo you would like to share?  



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OK, There's no telling how this will format as I'm paste-ing from a Word doc that looks really funky even in Word! Here goes:

Even though this recipe says its sacreligious not to do it 'by hand' I use my VitaMix on low, low speed. S-L-O-W is the key when adding the oil. Painfully S-L-O-W. I add whatever herbs and spices to it after the mayo is made in separate smaller containers so I can have a variety of flavors from one `batch.' Fresh basil is so amazing after it has had tme to leech (couldn't think of a better word) its flavor into the mayo. I've used dill, rosemary, red pepper for "specialty" mayos. You can do so much with this as base for dressings. I have never had a mayo 'break' on me (refuse to get creamy) so for sure it will when I try it this time just cause I said it. Be creative and let me know what combinations turn out incredibly delicious for you!

Italy, will you let us know how substituting rice oil works out if you make some? Thanks!!!

P.S. Sacreligious or not, I don't trust myself to do all that beating by hand. If you're new to this I would say be safe, use an appliance, and don't end up throwing your mayo away because it won't emulsify.


Alioli (Garlic Mayonnaise)
The essential hand made mayonnaise sauce. Perfect with rabbit, lamb chops, tortilla, and just about anything else!
Ingredients:
1 egg, very fresh
2 Tbsp chopped garlic
1 cup of extra virgin olive oil
1/2 tsp salt
Preparation:
·     Place the egg and chopped garlic in a blender or food processor.
·     Whirl under garlic is smooth.
·     With the motor running, add the oil in a slow stream, until the sauce is thick and emulsified.
·     Add salt to taste.
·     The sauce should be creamy and will have a nice garlic bite. If the alioli is runny, this may mean that the egg was old. To fix this problem, either try again with a fresher egg, or add store-bought mayonnaise to the sauce.
·     Buen provecho!

Mayonnaise

Most people don't realize that this famous condiment is made almost entirely of olive oil. Many Italians make their own using a pale, light oil. Mayonnaise appears on the table in a variety of ways: on boiled potatoes or fish, on hard-boiled eggs and as the dressing for insalata russa (a dish similar to potato salad with potatoes, carrots, green beans, peas and a pickle all diced very small). It is also the base for salsa rosa, a delicious condiment. Tradition demands mayonnaise be made by hand, and it's easier than you think:

3 egg yolks
1 cup Olive oil
Juice of 1/ 2 lemon
Salt and pepper to taste


It is important is to begin with eggs at room temperature. Beat the yolks with a wooden spoon, then gradually add the olive oil, strirring the mixture constantly into a cream. Add the lemon, salt and pepper. If the mayonnaise separates, start over in a separate bowl with just one egg yolk, add the oil and beat to a cream which can be added to the first mixture to "save" the mayonnaise. For a lighter, fluffier result, gently fold a bit of beaten egg-white into the finished mayonnaise.

Note: You can substitute raw apple cider vinegar for the lemon juice portion for a slightly different (but really good) twist. I do that often. Also, I like to add onion powder and garlic powder and a little paprika to the finished mayo for flavor. Do whatever floats your boat.


"Some people look out and see a land of giants while others look out and see a land flowing with milk and honey."
(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)

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There's just a 0% chance that I'll ever make my own mayo.  Since GSOil Veganaise is compliant and tastes great, that's what I use.


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EquiPro,

What is the ingredients list for Veganaise?


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Grapeseed Oil Vegenaise:

Grapeseed Oil, filtered water, brown rice syrup, apple cider vinegar, soy protein, sea salt, mustard flour and lemon juice concentrate.

http://www.followyourheart.com

after checking out the website, I would LOVE to find the Vegenaise ORGANIC, but so far I haven't seen it at my stores.

Also, check out this page from the Vegenaise website on GSO:

http://followyourheart.com/vegenaise_grapeseed.php


Oh, wow.  Also looking more around the Vegenaise site - they are now offering salad dressings AND it appears that the Italian Vinegarette is made with cider vinegar.  I'm going to have to dig further!


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It looks great except for the questionable soy protein for Bs. Every variety of soy, i.e., flakes, granules, tempeh, tofu, cheese, miso, with the exception of soy milk is an AVOID for B nonnies. Wonder about the protein. . . ?


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Well, it's pretty far down the list, so even if it is an avoid, it is a very small amount.  Since I'm not a B, I don't know that stuff very well.


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LuHu, just wanted to tell you, that thanks to you, I ordered my very own VitaMix today!!!!  They said they would be shipping it on Monday! I'm so excited and can hardly wait. NOW, I will have the nerve to make my own mayo altho YOU may have to come and pour the oil very S-L-O-W-L-Y.      Good excuse to meet.



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YAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY Italy!!!!!!! I wish I could spell a better scream!!!!  

I am as excited as if I were ordering!!!! YYYYYYAAAAAAAYYYYYY!!!!!

I just got in and decided to see what was new on the BTD forum and here is this great news. I'm really excited for you. You are going to want to stay home from work just to make stuff in the VM. You won't know where to start! Invite someone over to help you eat the different things you will want to make immediately! The recipe book is glorious and it isn't hard to substitute compliant ingredients when necessary.  Of course, I think we did speak about how delicious the Iced Capps are as well but only rarely,  and of course just to make sure your VM really can do all the 100 different functions the manual says it can . . .

I know I don't have to tell you that we want to hear what you make first . . . and second . . . and . . . !!!

Thanks, Italy!


P.S. I'd have a great time in the kitchen w/ you and your new VitaMix and yes, your homemade mayonnaise is going to be sooooo delicious. Use that base for any creamy salad dressing you can imagine. Endless herb combos and then you can do the creamy raspberry fancy ones . . . YUM!


"Some people look out and see a land of giants while others look out and see a land flowing with milk and honey."
(As BTDers, please substitute your most desirable, delightful bennie for the figurative 'milk and honey'!)

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Quoted from Vicki
Warning: this product is delicious and addictive!


to which product are you referring vicki?



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Italybound,

My guess it is all of the great things that are going to come out of your Vita-Mix!!!!

I know when my Mom got hers, we had so much fun making great juice combinations...  They are really whole fruit drinks that are GREAT.


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I can eat Grapeseed Oil Veganaise by the spoonful and that's what I was refering to.  I also love the homemade mayo I make with grapeseed oil, egg, lemon/lime, salt, and sometimes a touch of paprika.  It takes a lot of arm strength to make the homemade kind properly!  
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Italybound,My guess it is all of the great things that are going to come out of your Vita-Mix!!!!I know when my Mom got hers, we had so much fun making great juice combinations...  They are really whole fruit drinks that are GREAT.


ABJoe, I fully intended to have lots of great things coming out of that VM.  I even called and changed shipping addresses to insure I had it by this weekend. My sister is coming into town and will be w/ me for 3 days. Think of all the yummy stuff we could make in 3 DAYS!!!!!   And I am looking very forward to those whole food drinks. I think I'll be taking it w/ me to work during the week, so Rich and I can both have fresh veg/fruit drinks. We work at the same place but leave at dif times.



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Quoted from Vicki
I can eat Grapeseed Oil Veganaise by the spoonful and that's what I was refering to.  I also love the homemade mayo I make with grapeseed oil, egg, lemon/lime, salt, and sometimes a touch of paprika.  It takes a lot of arm strength to make the homemade kind properly!  


I make it myself- with grapeseed oil, eggs, lemonjuice and mustard
- and I agree it is very good.
BUT one does not have to break a arm  
I use a BRAUN hand blender/ stick - dontīknow the word ?- and it is really great.
I got one when my daughter was a baby- used it so much that I had to get a new one.
I never really use my blender after I got it- it is so much easier to use the hand blender in a pot of soup- than the clean the blender

I never use canola oil in mayo- first of all it is avoid for Bīs( and my O likes the grape seed oil better) - and I find it get rancid-taste bad VERY quick !


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Have you all ever tried rice bran oil for your mayo? See this chart:
http://www.californiariceoil.com/nutrition.htm

When I make mine I will first try the r/b oil.



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I haven't ever seen a rating for rice bran oil, so I assume it is neutral for all...

Is that the consensus here?


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it would be considered neutral since it's not been tested, yes.



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