MARTHALEE reacted to Puckertoe in Mayo Fail :( Discouraged, please help!
Hi,Queen of mayo failure here! This is what Ive learnt. On Blender method.
All ingredients at the same temp. My Kitche is about 10 degrees centigrade and I can still make mayo,
Make sure to emulsify the egg and mustard and lemon for longer than you think. that seems to be the critical thing. Give it a really good whiz.
Then add the oil, slowly at first.
If it fails, make coleslaw...
MARTHALEE reacted to ShannonM816 in Mayo Fail :( Discouraged, please help!
I don't know what recipe they're using, there are several mayo recipes around. Someone a few messages above posted theirs, but wrote it as a paragraph not as a typical list of ingredients & instructions -- see Stegner's post above.
if you have an immersion (stick) blender, this one is easy: http://thehealthyfoodie.com/fail-proof-home-made-paleo-mayo-whole30-compliant/
There's also this one: http://whole30.com/2014/05/mayo/
Really, you can find any mayo recipe and just be sure you use compliant oil and other ingredients.
For future reference, rather than using the search button on the forum go to Google and search Whole30 + whatever you're looking for, or Whole30 forum + whatever you're looking for. Usually somewhere in the first few results, you'll see stuff from the forum or elsewhere on the Whole30.com site.
MARTHALEE reacted to SugarcubeOD in Kombucha
Peanut oil makes those nuts non compliant... the only way that 'peanut' can be mentioned on a label and be okay is when they say 'manufactured in a facility that also produces peanuts' or some such statement. When peanut and peanut byproducts are in the actual ingredient list, it's out.
Also, sorry, I just have to say, since you're talking about a costco sized container of nuts (which aren't cheap). Our recommendation on nuts is a closed handful (think about 8 or so almonds) every other day at most... that costco container will last you till it goes rancid at that rate... just a thought to keep in mind when buying that type of thing in bulk.
Soybean oil is definitely not allowed... No form of soy, sorry.