- July 14, 2013 at 8:03 pm #107630
TheChosenOneParticipantTopics: 34Replies: 410
I want to make homemade mayonnaise, since it has allowed ingredients. Most recipes talk about raw eggs.
I’m not really a big fan of raw eggs. Is this a good idea? Can you make mayonnaise with boiled eggs with allowed ingredients (eggs, olive oil, lemons)?July 14, 2013 at 11:30 pm #107640
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
If you can find fresh eggs from a local farmer you wouldn’t have to worry so much about the rawness, although I’m still not crazy about the idea myself. But lemon juice or apple cider vinegar either one would create an acidic environment to the mayo, making it inhospitable to unwanted bacteria. In addition, using ACV instead of lemon juice would add antibacterial properties to the mayo.
If you check it out, you’ll probably find some recipes for cooked mayonnaise on the Net.
AbleJuly 20, 2013 at 11:42 pm #107973
many sparrowsMemberTopics: 9Replies: 42
Hi, I believe that a substance in egg white called avidin kills off/inhibits biotin in the body, which is something which itself inhibits candida from changing to its mycelial form. Biotin is something we need to fight candida. Egg YOLK does not contain avidin, and the traditional way to make mayo is with egg yolk and oil. I’ve found it quite difficult to do, but am persisting with it because when it worked the result was amazing! You can apparently cook the egg yolk first which I think I tried once but didn’t have much success making the mayo.
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