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07-17-2009 09:50 PM
Huckleberry
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Originally Posted by Zephyria View Post

Vegenaise = probably my favourite vegan product of all time. Ever. SO, SO GOOD. I probably consume more from the knife when I'm making a sandwich than I do from the actual sandwich.



IT'S FAIRY DUST IN VEGAN FORM, I TELL YOU!



That's funny! I bought my first jar a few weeks ago. I thought it would last a long time since I'm the only one that's going to eat it. Oops! It's already gone.
07-17-2009 06:05 PM
Zephyria Vegenaise = probably my favourite vegan product of all time. Ever. SO, SO GOOD. I probably consume more from the knife when I'm making a sandwich than I do from the actual sandwich.



IT'S FAIRY DUST IN VEGAN FORM, I TELL YOU!
03-24-2009 04:56 PM
Tofu-N-Sprouts
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Originally Posted by froggythefrog View Post

The important thing is it does not taste like a "mayonaise substitute" and I would consider it to be genuinely mayonaise -- just not an egg-based one.

EXACTLY! It IS mayonaise. An egg-free one.
03-24-2009 12:48 PM
Mojie ^ I agree.
03-24-2009 10:57 AM
froggythefrog It's closest to Hellman's Real Mayonaisse. The important thing is it does not taste like a "mayonaise substitute" and I would consider it to be genuinely mayonaise -- just not an egg-based one.
03-24-2009 10:32 AM
3LittleBirds
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Originally Posted by bluebird View Post

It's really good; great to use as a base for creamy salad dressings.



03-24-2009 10:28 AM
bluebird It's really good; great to use as a base for creamy salad dressings.
03-23-2009 06:17 PM
lindamarie927 Yes, I think it was made to be a vegan substitute for mayonnaise, so you probably will not like it if you don't like mayo. I find it very much like mayo, but I like it better without the eggy-taste.
03-23-2009 05:07 PM
Tofu-N-Sprouts
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Originally Posted by ChasingE View Post

I'm so glad i've never liked mayo, I don't have to worry about it



Never say never. As I said above, I didn't like mayo either, but when I tried Vegenaise, I totally fell in LOVE with the stuff. (I like the Grapeseed Oil variety WAY better than the regular, and I even think that's pretty tasty!!!)



Can't keep it in the house now or I'll come up with 37363536378 excuses to make sandwiches and potato salad.
03-23-2009 01:31 PM
ChasingE I'm so glad i've never liked mayo, I don't have to worry about it
03-23-2009 01:04 PM
apple_tree I think I'll have to try this "veganaise" out too.. I never liked mayonnaise or miracle whip but it seems that a lot of others who also never liked it now like this stuff. Off to the store to see if they have it which I think they doooo.
03-23-2009 01:01 PM
Nickle00 If you hated mayo I wouldn't get it. Veganaise is comparable to real mayo and nayonaise is comparable to miracle whip. IMO
03-23-2009 12:56 PM
ripvanfish I hated mayonnaise most of my life, but gave it a chance again for some reason when I went vegetarian and fell in love... I cannot, however, stomach Miracle Whip. EW.



So when I went vegan, I REALLY missed mayo... I just got my first jar of vegenaise and its GREAT, it tastes like the Hellman's mayo I used to eat.
03-23-2009 12:19 PM
sleepydvdr

I was doing my own thing quietly and YOU are the one who created this post trying to make a big deal out of it. Keep flaming the fire. That must be what you want.

03-23-2009 11:57 AM
Mojie It tastes like mayonnaise, only a million times better.



I love it.
03-22-2009 10:53 PM
GhostUser
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Originally Posted by PTree15 View Post

I'm not a fan of real mayonnaise, either, and to me, Veganaise tastes more like Miracle Whip salad dressing but more tangy. I think it's delicious.



I am not a mayo or miracle whip fan...tried it at a pals house and it tasted the same and I didnt care for it at all.
03-22-2009 09:12 PM
broccolichick Nayonnaise is narsty. I've had it in vegan restaurants and it is pretty rank.
03-22-2009 08:59 PM
sallyomally I've never tasted Nasoya. Veganaise is like fairy giggles and sunshine.

It kicks mayo's butt.



TNS, call me when you market it!
03-22-2009 08:58 PM
Tofu-N-Sprouts I never liked real mayo, so I didn't try Vegenaise for years, but WOW!!!!!!!!!!! It is amazing. I hate mustard even more though, so I cannot imagine any "mustard" flavor in it. But maybe there's something I'm not catching...



I CAN tell you this: Vegenaise + Bacon Salt (which is vegetarian/vegan, by the way) = an ALL VEGAN version of Baconnaise = food of the Gods.....



Died and gone to Heaven, I swear. I should market the stuff......................
03-22-2009 08:38 PM
Washoe
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Originally Posted by SomebodyElse View Post

I've never tasted poop, but if it tastes like Vegenaise, I am seeing a very low cost alternative here...



Remember this, folksalways pass on an invitation to eat at SomebodyElse's house.
03-22-2009 08:14 PM
PlaybackGuru
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Originally Posted by SomebodyElse View Post

Much better than that Nasoya stuff. Now that tastes like Miracle Whip.



Agreed
03-22-2009 08:11 PM
SomebodyElse Much better than that Nasoya stuff. Now that tastes like Miracle Whip.
03-22-2009 08:09 PM
PlaybackGuru
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Originally Posted by SomebodyElse View Post

Don't forget that it would be full of natural B12 too.



Ah yes...chock full of deliciousness.
03-22-2009 08:07 PM
SomebodyElse
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Originally Posted by PlaybackGuru View Post





a never ending supply of cheap Veganaise...of course you may need to work on smell, color and texture.





I think that is the most disgusting post I have ever made, yet I am still hitting reply.

Don't forget that it would be full of natural B12 too.
03-22-2009 07:08 PM
paganveg I agree that it's mayo and a hint of mustard. I's a thing of beauty..
03-22-2009 06:55 PM
ReaganNC It tastes more like mayo than miracle whip to me as well. I always hated miracle whip. I dig vegenaise--especially the kind with grapeseed oil. Ahh who am I kidding, the regular kind is great, too. I think I'm going to order some of their salad dressings from their website. Oh the love! Love is right...whoever said that earlier. *flitters out of the room*
03-22-2009 04:40 PM
dani_cat I like the stuff. I think there's a hint of mayo but its really good.
03-22-2009 04:40 PM
MZCsmpsns
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Originally Posted by heidiny77 View Post

Maybe my tastebuds have changed or maybe I've forgotten what Miracle Whip tastes like?



Y'all are gonna make me go stick my finger in the jar to check



Stick it in and check.
03-22-2009 04:39 PM
MZCsmpsns
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Originally Posted by PlaybackGuru View Post





a never ending supply of cheap Veganaise...of course you may need to work on smell, color and texture.





I think that is the most disgusting post I have ever made, yet I am still hitting reply.



You scared me. lol
03-22-2009 04:32 PM
heidiny77
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Originally Posted by MZCsmpsns View Post

Really? I guess it's just personal taste. Veganaise is good though. I love that stuff.



Maybe my tastebuds have changed or maybe I've forgotten what Miracle Whip tastes like?



Y'all are gonna make me go stick my finger in the jar to check
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