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tickledpink

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Hi Dee -

 

I have been eating Hain Pure Foods Safflower Mayonnaise instead of regular mayonnaise, but just reread the ingredients, which are as follows:  Expeller pressed safflower oil, whole eggs, grain vinegar, filtered water, egg yolks, salt, egg whites, dehydrated cane juice, spice, lemon juice concentrate, honey, mixed tocopherols (Vitamin E)*, natural flavors, paprika extractives (for color). *ingredient no found in regular mayonnaise.

 

I have eliminated sugars (including honey) from my diet, and wonder why or if this OK to eat.  If not, what do you recommend to replace regular mayonnaise?

 

Thank you!

deemccaffrey

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Hain Safflower mayonnaise is acceptable.  The sugars are low and its probably going to be the closest you can get to a mayonnaise type product that doesn't contain soybean oil or soy protein.

 

If you are using the mayonnaise for a sandwich, then there's probably not really anything else like it.  If using it for dressings, try using plain yogurt instead.


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