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Old 06-26-2002, 02:36 PM   #16
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GROSS!
Sicy are we going to have to go through this again?


Uh.. loopy it tastes weird. It certainly doesnt taste like mayonaise.
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Old 06-26-2002, 02:38 PM   #17
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Neither. I use a product called "Nayonaise" which is soy based and attainable at most natural food stores. It looks like Mayo, tastes like mayo-but is healthier than mayo or Miracle Whip in that it has zero fat, zero cholesterol and loads of protein. I just used it in a brocolli dip recipe while entertaining some friends and they couldn't tell the difference.

I highly recommend it if you can eat soy based products-the only difference you'll notice is in the long term health benefits you'll gain my consuming it!
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I don't think I want to know.

This thread scares me.
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Old 06-26-2002, 03:04 PM   #19
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I never had Miracle Whip. Whats it taste like??
A sandwich just isn't a sandwich without the tasty zip of Miracle Whip.

Sicys' right ... it doesn't taste like mayo ... it tastes better!
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I like Mayo on my sandwiches and Miracle Whip in my salads (macaroni and potato not tossed).
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Old 06-26-2002, 03:48 PM   #21
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I love the taste of mayo but I've haven't eaten it in a few years -- actually since the day I watched my aunt make it from scratch. Vegetable oil and eggs. Blech!
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I love the taste of mayo but I've haven't eaten it in a few years -- actually since the day I watched my aunt make it from scratch. Vegetable oil and eggs. Blech!
mom always made it from scratch back in the day. indeed, some of my memories of being in America on furlough are centered around the unique taste of mayo from a jar bought from a store.
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I can do without either one, but I must have either Subway's spicy mustard or Heinz Yellow Mustard.

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Old 06-27-2002, 12:49 AM   #24
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miracle whip...the fat free kind...but i generally use neither...
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My family has used Miracle Whip since I was little...growing up, I always thought it was just a type of Mayo. *lol* I never knew the difference.
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I agree with Sicy Miracle Whip tastes funny and not like mayo! The only thing I can stand it on is a turkey club with bacon, for some reason that's good, but everything else, it's just too strong and weird tasting. *shudders at the thought of it in tuna*

I like Mayo on burgers, sandwiches, everything you can put it on or in, even on bananas!
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I never had Miracle Whip. Whats it taste like??
I've never even heard of it!!

Ooooooh i only like mayo in chicken sandwiches and in chicken burgers
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This thread is moving into salad territory now....let's stop while we're ahead.......
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you gotta problem with salads, bub?

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Catsup, mustard and pickle relish.
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