Oh, no! You've got a big problem.
You just ran out of mayo!
In my house, at least, this is a big problem. 😉
Did you know that making your own is EASIER (yes, easier) than getting more from the store? Plus it's healthier and cheaper, too!
Watch the video below and I'll prove it to you. (Below the video is the proof in print.)
Let’s just say you decided you’re going to get more mayo from the store. Though we tend to think “going to the store” is so easy… it’s really not.
Consider… put mayo on the list, wait until your next shopping trip (or make an extra trip), drive to the store (which costs gas), find a place to park, walk in, make your way to the mayo aisle and hope you don’t get stuck behind some shopper who… bless their heart… seems to be unaware there are other shoppers too and leaves their cart in the middle of the aisle, put your mayo in your cart, select all the other items you might need, get in line, wait in line, bag up your groceries, walk back to your car, drive home, unpack the groceries, and hope you didn’t pick up some germs on the way…
All this for a jar of mayo?
Instead of all that fuss, you can make your own more-delicious, healthier, and less expensive mayo in just a minute or so with a few common real food ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
I'll show you! Watch the video above to see this recipe in action.
Wasn't that amazing and oh-so-easy?
Here's a bonus tip: use a blend of your favorite cold or expeller pressed organic oils so you can get the flavor you want.
If you liked this video, you’ll love the free traditional cooking video series I’ve got for you right here. See you there and God bless you!
Do you make homemade mayo? What are your favorite oils and flavors?
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