Do you miss mayo because you’re avoiding soy and canola oils? The new paleo-friendly mayonnaise from Primal Kitchen (an enterprise of Mark Sisson from Mark’s Daily Apple) is now available locally at Willy Street Co-op! It tastes amazing, and uses only quality, real food ingredients suitable for paleo/primal diets: avocado oil, organic cage-free eggs, organic egg yolks, organic vinegar (from non-GMO beets), sea salt, and rosemary extract.
Making your own paleo mayo isn’t difficult, but the option to purchase is a convenience many have been waiting for. Previous options, even “made with olive oil” products, are still mostly soy or canola! Often, they also contain sugar, stabilizers, and other junk. I’m happy to report that this is the real thing.
The glass jar contains mayo with a superb silky texture, amazing tangy taste, and none of the worries about poor fat choices or unwanted ingredients. This is easily the best mayonnaise I’ve ever tried, and it worked well both on lettuce wraps and in a tuna salad. It’s a delicious, nutrient-dense food made the way you would if you had the time.
If you don’t live near Willy Street, ask your store to carry it, or you can order from Amazon.
Here’s a good way to enjoy Primal Kitchen paleo mayo:
Joe’s salmon spread
15 oz can traditional style wild salmon, drained
1 cup Primal Kitchen mayo
¼ cup diced carrots
¼ cup diced celery
¼ tsp white pepper
Add more mayo if needed. Mix and stuff lettuce leaves, or spread on your choice of wraps.