fat free mayo?

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  1. ryazbeck

    ryazbeck New Member

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    its not miracle whip, that shit is nasty, its real mayo but its fat free. anyone tried it? is it worth it? i dont wanna spent 2 bucks on a little ass bottle of it if its disgusting.
     
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    velamint Yesterday I woke up sucking a lemon

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    I always get the mayo that has 2g fat per serving, and that is good. Havent tried fat free, though.
     
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    It's fine.
     
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    mayo in general tastes nasty. I don't understand why people even bother putting it on food.
     
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    mayo is the shit
     
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    my worst experience with mayo was when I went to the deli with a friend of mine to get a sandwich. So he ordered a ton of mayo on his, and I didn't but our sandwiches got mixed up. I take it back to my dorm and start to eat it when I notice that there is a crap load of mayo oozing out. Now I did pay for it... so I wasn't planning on letting it go to waste, so I ate it. Wasn't the worst thing in the world, but I certainly didn't enjoy eating it.
     
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    damn that sounds good right now. my stomach is bubbling its so empty ha
     
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    wow, terrible.
     
  9. Leo95SE

    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    its not bad tasting. as nasty as it is, i love mayo :(
    good way to wean off it is start with dijonaise, then straight to mustard.. its not as harsh a change. lol
    nuttin beats a nice sammich with mayo lettuce and tomato tho!
     
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    i love mayo :yum:
     
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    Geez, that was horrific! I spit my food out instantly in disgust! :ugh2:
     
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    saffola mayonnaise >*
     
  13. Plato Spaghetti

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    why didnt you just wipe some off or something?
     
  14. Haecceity

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    I really like "Kraft Free." It doesn't taste quite like regular mayo, but it's good.
     
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    mayo makes me sick...
     
  16. Katarn2086

    Katarn2086 I know exactly where we're going....where the fuck

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    I usually do the half fat (5g) mayo...a nice little touch on a tuna sandwich.
     
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