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Vegenaise is a vegan spread similar in taste to mayonnaise. Since mayo in the US requires eggs to be called mayonnaise, the company Follow Your Heart® created a new name for this mayonnaise substitute. With four different types available, Vegenaise® isn’t just for vegans. Folks allergic to eggs or or who want to cut their cholesterol intake slightly may also enjoy it.
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review by . March 03, 2010
Never did I think I would be so taken by a mayonnaise, a vegan one at that. Being a non-vegan, I had grown accustomed to using Kraft's special blend of fat, eggs, oil and a little more fat. Thanks to Kathy Freston's Quantum Wellness, I found Vegenaise and haven't been the same since.      Not sure how they do it, but Vegenaise tastes like the best tasting mayo ever without all the bad stuff. I add it to everything, even to my deviled egg recipe. Does that defeat the …
Quick Tip by . May 05, 2011
Better than mayo -- I don't know what I would do without this miracle product.
Quick Tip by . March 11, 2010
They have three varieties; I've tried them all and they are all amazing. It tastes even better than mayonnaise.
Quick Tip by . March 11, 2010
Vegenaise has become a staple in my kitchen. I use it as a dressing, spread, and even as a sour cream substitute on mexican food.
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