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Ribbit
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Homemade mayo is fantastic.  Very tasty.  Growing up my mom made it with safflower oil, but I've made it with olive oil and it tasted fine.


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you could use half and half
with grape seed oil perhaps....


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Ribbit and Lola,

Both great ideas.  Thanks!


Sirach 37:27
For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.



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I think so... it's very mild compared to olive oil, almost a bit sweet.


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Chloe,

I got black cherry juice concentrate at whole foods a while back.  I don't know if this is exactly what your looking for or not?.


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I'd like to know what dimonds teachers like the most and dislike.  I like gorgonzola cheese and dislike plain peanuts.  
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Kudzu - I saw it at Whole foods. I didn't pay any attention to the form (powder or chunks) bc I didn't see it on my list. Now I see its a Diamond listed under Carbohydrates.  

I'm interested in finding Irish Moss. (WF didn't have it)
also what are Locust bean gum and Mastic gum?


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Thanks Lola. I had forgotten Carrageenan was Irish Moss. Do you know if there is any info about why Irish Moss (listed Sea vegetables, Irish Moss)is a Teacher Diamond and Carrageenan is a permanent Avoid for everyone? They must process it.

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maybe so, as you say, the process changes the value....


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What's Carrageenan in Spanish?????


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Quoted from Ribbit
Homemade mayo is fantastic.  Very tasty.  Growing up my mom made it with safflower oil, but I've made it with olive oil and it tasted fine.


When I first bought one of those hand immersion blenders I starting making all sorts of
things....whipped cream out of skim milk (before I gave up milk)...and mayo.  Forgot
the ingredients for the mayo...Need to dig up my immersion blender.  A fun piece of
equipment.

I'm allergic to eggs when I cook them, but I started wondering about using eggs in mayo...Maybe uncooked, I'd tolerate them.  I'm going to try.

Anyone have a mayo recipe they like?



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read your labels in dairy products available in Spain.....
Carragenina or Caragenan or goma guar,  


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thanks Lola ....yes goma guar is in everywhere...is avoid....


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Anyone have a mayo recipe they like?

check recipe central!


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I agree with Ribbit.  Red and green grapes weren't separated in listings...they must be equal.


thanks to you both; I will now eat green grapes with impunity, and champagne only at weddings!




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Yes, there are a couple of nice mayo recipes in the database.  

Chloe, I read that eggs are tolerated the best when cooked slowly and just barely, leaving yellow somewhat runny and whites just cooked.  So raw might even be better.  Make sure they're fresh if you're going to eat them raw.  


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Yes, there are a couple of nice mayo recipes in the database.  

Chloe, I read that eggs are tolerated the best when cooked slowly and just barely, leaving yellow somewhat runny and whites just cooked.  So raw might even be better.  Make sure they're fresh if you're going to eat them raw.  


Isn't that interesting that eggs should barely be cooked...I wonder what kind of chemical
reaction takes place in a cooked egg that makes them so allergenic.

I found a guy on YouTube making mayo with an immersion blender.  SO easy..2 egg yolks,
1 1/2 c oil, 2 T lemon juice ( he used vinegar but I'd use all lemon juice or lime) and salt..
maybe I'd add mustard.

Finding really fresh  eggs is my challenge for today.



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