Make Your own Condiment Packets

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Re: Make Your own Condiment Packets

Postby GrinchMT » Sun Apr 13, 2008 7:57 pm

Tasted the same. No difference. My mama told me the real issue with Mayo used to be in the old days because of the need for eggs. Salmonella was probably the culprit I suspect. In any case... Making up some Mayo packets on your own, refrigerating them and them keeping them in your nag several days shouldn't be a problem. I have done it with small tupperware containers so I could have Mayo on the Tuna. Of course, this was back in New England where the average summer temp is like 75 degrees. After running around in 90- degree weather here this summer, I may be re-thinking that theory ;)

Oh one more thing. We buy our Mayo by the gallon at Costco. We're down to a quart that comes from a full container on October 15th 2007. Supposedly Kraft says your mayo should be pitched after 60 days even if it is refrigerated.... We're still eating it. Tastes great. Who knows!
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Re: Make Your own Condiment Packets

Postby zelph » Sun Apr 13, 2008 11:00 pm

Just yesterday my wife made me read the contents lable on our mayo. Man o Man the saturated fat :o I vowed to eat alot less of it. :)
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Re: Make Your own Condiment Packets

Postby Allen » Sun Apr 13, 2008 11:07 pm

zelph wrote:Just yesterday my wife made me read the contents lable on our mayo. Man o Man the saturated fat :o I vowed to eat alot less of it. :)


I've found that unflavored or plain Yogurt will often work as a substitute.

HTH :)

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Re: Make Your own Condiment Packets

Postby zelph » Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:50 am

Allen wrote:
zelph wrote:Just yesterday my wife made me read the contents lable on our mayo. Man o Man the saturated fat :o I vowed to eat alot less of it. :)


I've found that unflavored or plain Yogurt will often work as a substitute.

HTH :)

You have some easily satisfied taste buds. My taste buds are finicky, they need the real mayo :)
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Re: Make Your own Condiment Packets

Postby DaddyMnM » Thu Apr 24, 2008 12:29 am

Saw one at harbor freight this past weekend:

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/d ... mber=95863


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