Mayo. One of my all time favorite condiments. I don’t eat condiments anymore. They’re filled, literally filled with soy, corn, canola, refined sugar, etc. One of the things I miss is the creaminess of mayo in things like tuna or egg salad. I’m fine making homemade healthier mayo, however, I can never use it before it goes bad, so I just don’t keep it on hand. I’m also kind of at the point where I can’t stand more than 3 ingredients in something, hahahaha!
The other night I wanted tuna salad – and I happened to have a freakout at Costco a couple weeks ago buying Wild Planet sustainable tuna ($8 for a 6 pack, which means I have 18 cans of tuna in the pantry) SCORE.
I tossed a can of tuna in a bowl, diced an avocado, sprinkled with Himalayan pink sea salt, fresh ground black pepper, and a tiny bit of onion powder. Then, I sprinkled coconut aminos on it. AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH. So creamy! The salt and tuna really brought out the subtle sweetness of the coconut aminos. I inhaled it. Highly recommend this quick flavor combo!
Add some whey to your homemade mayo and it will last in the fridge for two months. A tablespoon should do.
Great tip Andy, thanks for sharing! Do they make non-dairy whey?