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Healthy, Homemade Mayonnaise
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A quick how to for making delicious, healthy mayonnaise in minutes in your own kitchen. Straight from a traditional French recipe! Slight modification also shown in this video for transforming the mayo into Ranch Dressing!

Learn more at: http://thehealthyhomeeconomist.blogspot.com/2010/03/real-people-making-real-food-in-real.html

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Countrysideflair
Posted 4/7/2012 12:12:34 PM
How long will this safely keep in the fridge? Or is this something you make then use?
SAYCHI
Posted 11/5/2010 9:46:45 PM
I have seen comments posted below about Omega 6 and 3 oils which are from people as confused as the news in mainstream media. Listen to an expert who has done his homework, named Prof. Brian Peskin. Even here on Natural News, the news is often just passed on; not screened for source. According to Peskin: Fish oil is bad. Period. Even Krill oil is not good, because it is too much EPA and DHA. Our bodies make all the EPA and DHA we need, from Omega 6 Organic and Omega 3 oils, called parent oils. But be sure you buy Expeller (cold) pressed oils that are fresh and do not heat them. You can make your mayo with it. I buy several types and mix them myself for a cost of under $20 a month. I buy online from an Herb company in Eugene Oregon. Search and you will find it. I take about 8 oz Camelina Oil, 4 oz Evening Primrose, 16 oz Sunflower Oil and 16 oz Safflower oil, 4 oz Black Seed Oil, and sometimes others, then mix them all together and take 1-2 tsp twice a day. This gives me roughly a 2 to
spencer9812
Posted 10/19/2010 6:09:50 PM
hey sarah. great video. I will definitely make this sometime in the future as well with as the ranch dressing. I also make a list of the ingredients as well as measurements for people who like to print it out. here it is. healthy homemade mayonnaise 1 whole egg and 1 egg yolk generous pinch of sea salt teaspoon of dijorn mustard a table spoon and half of lemon juice Mix that up in a food processor. A few quick pulses After that, slowly pour in 1 cup sunflower oil or olive oil (strong tasting mayo) (which one you like best) to the mixture to emulsify the oil. Some few quick pulses, and mixing for about 2-3 minutes and the mayonnaise should be done. You can also add onion powder to the mayo to make ranch dressing. Thanks again! Spencer
kjtigers
Posted 10/19/2010 9:58:58 AM
This recipe looks delicious and I can't wait to try it. How long will this mayo stay good for in the fridge? I live alone and hate to waste things when I make homemade food.
SuperwolfJF
Posted 10/19/2010 9:52:09 AM
This is really not any healthier than any other mayo if that sunflower oil is REFINED. If it is unrefined oil -yeah!
MeMama
Posted 10/11/2010 8:33:14 PM
I do this pretty much the same way except I add 1 TBSP (give or take based on taste) lemon juice and 1TBSP of plain or Apple Cider Vinegar. I like to use half and half oils. Also if you make this with an immersion blender, you just dump everything into a tall container and then stick the blender down and blend...it takes literally 25 seconds! LOVE the immersion blender.
anewlife2004
Posted 10/4/2010 8:10:21 PM
This recipe is great for my family using Olive Oil--we love it and it is also found basically word for word in Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions cookbook. Sally recommends adding 1 TBSP whey which makes it healthier plus gives it a much longer shelf-life. I am excited to try adding onion powder to make ranch dressing! Thanks!
Cyberfox
Posted 9/26/2010 2:00:38 PM
First I want to apologize for accidently posting my first comment/question 3 times. Sheesh. Anyway I made this mayo recipe and it turned out really well. I bought safflower oil by mistake so next time I'll get the sunflower oil and try again. I did add a little paprika also. Good Luck!
HealthyHomeEcon
Posted 9/23/2010 9:14:42 PM
If you watch the entire video, I correct myself later as it was just a mis-speak!!!
vft
Posted 9/23/2010 7:14:24 PM
Actually Sarah you have the fats backwards Omega 3 we are deficient in not Omega 6, and sunflower oil, along with Soybean, Corn, Grapeseed, Safflower, & Walnut oil are high in omega 6. Olive oil is 50/50. Omega 3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and Omega 6 is a inflammatory fat. Looking forward to making this recipe for my husband. Good luck on the contest.
vft
Posted 9/23/2010 7:06:15 PM
I hope this was a said mistakenly because you are creating a video and nerves got the better of you. Omega 3 we are deficient in not Omega 6, and sunflower oil is high in omega 6. Omega 3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory and Omega 6 is a flammatory fat (causes inflammation when the ratio far exceeds the omega 3) Looking forward to trying your mayo though for my husband. Good luck on the contest.
HealthyHomeEcon
Posted 9/22/2010 1:28:38 PM
Hi Sevananda, actually there is nothing unhealthy whatsoever about sunflower oil. It is an omega 6 oil which is essential to health. If you eat as I do, with hardly any grains in the diet then you need a natural expeller pressed form of omega 6 oil such as sunflower oil to maintain health. Problem is that most people eat processed foods which are mostly loaded with rancid omega 6 oils and get too many in the diet which contributes to inflammation. But, a little omega 6 in the diet is essential. I do not recommend olive oil as some people put on weight quickly when they consume olive oil so if one follows a whole foods based, unprocessed diet, sunflower oil is just fine. I love coconut oil, but it does not work well in this recipe as coconut oil goes solid at 76F which causes the mayo to chunk up and solidify in the refridgerator.
Sevananda
Posted 9/22/2010 10:27:14 AM
If you really want an awsome and 100% healthy mayo, combine raw extra virgin coconut oil with raw extra virgin olive oil at a 50/50 ratio. If raw coconut oil and raw olive oil are too expensive for you (as it is for me), try with extra virgin versions of both. This is much, much better and healthier than the sunflower oil mayo. And it is truly delicious because the combination of the 2 oils balance each other flavors. Or.. you can purchase it ready made by Wilderness Family Natural. Check on line or in your local health foods store. I make my own, but I was inspired by them.
HealthyHomeEcon
Posted 9/19/2010 7:44:54 PM
Hi Cyberfox, no the eggs do not need to be room temperature. I make this mayo with organic, free range eggs straight from the fridge all the time. Please remember to wash the eggs in warm, soapy water and dry gently before cracking.
HealthyHomeEcon
Posted 9/19/2010 7:44:39 PM
Hi Cyberfox, no the eggs do not need to be room temperature. I make this mayo with organic, free range eggs straight from the fridge all the time. Please remember to wash the eggs in warm, soapy water and dry gently before cracking.
Cyberfox
Posted 9/19/2010 4:01:53 PM
I am looking forward to making this recipe. Previously I've used olive oil and it does have a different taste that I really don't prefer. One question - do the eggs have to be room temperature? I have just found this site and I really like the video posts.
Cyberfox
Posted 9/19/2010 4:01:31 PM
I am looking forward to making this recipe. Previously I've used olive oil and it does have a different taste that I really don't prefer. One question - do the eggs have to be room temperature? I have just found this site and I really like the video posts. Looking forward to reading your blog. Thank you.
Cyberfox
Posted 9/19/2010 3:57:23 PM
I am looking forward to making this recipe. Previously I've used olive oil and it does have a different taste that I really don't prefer. One question - do the eggs have to be room temperature? I have just found this site and I really like the video posts. Looking forward to reading your blog. Thank you.
Gsand1
Posted 9/18/2010 6:52:27 AM
Yummy! I am going to try this recipe! Thanks! xo

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