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Pro-mayo 74%  74%  [ 23 ]
Anti-mayo 26%  26%  [ 8 ]
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Do any mayo haters enjoy aioli?

https://www.radio.com/media/audio-chann ... i-the-same

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Aioli is basically garlic mayo.


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Anders wrote:
Aioli is basically garlic mayo.

Oh man, you're going to piss off the makers of that podcast.

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Why would you ruin perfectly good garlic by mixing it with mayo?


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Anyone here ever make a grilled cheese sandwich using mayo instead of butter? DEEEElicious.

I love mayo, my wife is one of you people who hates it. But even she liked the grilled cheese using mayo.


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I’d sooner cut off my own balls with a rusty knife than try that.

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Rob wrote:
Anyone here ever make a grilled cheese sandwich using mayo instead of butter?

Does not compute.

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I've heard of that but IMO butter can already not be beat for that purpose. Kinda seems like fixing something that isn't broken.


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
Why would you ruin perfectly good garlic by mixing it with mayo?


That's not what aioli is anyhow. Aioli is garlic and oil ground in a mortar and pestal until the oil immulsifies. No egg yolk.

Spellcheck flagged several of those words, so I probably don't know anything.

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cutuphalfdead wrote:
Why would you ruin perfectly good garlic by mixing it with mayo?


That's not what aioli is anyhow. Aioli is garlic and oil ground in a mortar and pestal until the oil immulsifies. No egg yolk.

Spellcheck flagged several of those words, so I probably don't know anything.


Lots of aiolis have egg yolks, and all the good ones.

https://www.thespruceeats.com/basic-aioli-garlic-mayonnaise-sauce-recipe-101900
https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/the-creamiest-aioli
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs-recipes/aioli/


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Rob wrote:
Anyone here ever make a grilled cheese sandwich using mayo instead of butter? DEEEElicious.

I love mayo, my wife is one of you people who hates it. But even she liked the grilled cheese using mayo.

I have no issues with this.


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Anders wrote:
B wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
Why would you ruin perfectly good garlic by mixing it with mayo?


That's not what aioli is anyhow. Aioli is garlic and oil ground in a mortar and pestal until the oil immulsifies. No egg yolk.

Spellcheck flagged several of those words, so I probably don't know anything.


Lots of aiolis have egg yolks, and all the good ones.

https://www.thespruceeats.com/basic-aioli-garlic-mayonnaise-sauce-recipe-101900
https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/the-creamiest-aioli
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs-recipes/aioli/

Just because some asshole calls his mayonnaise aioli doesn't make it so.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aioli?wprov=sfla1

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*fighting amongst themselves. excellent*

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B wrote:
Anders wrote:
B wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
Why would you ruin perfectly good garlic by mixing it with mayo?


That's not what aioli is anyhow. Aioli is garlic and oil ground in a mortar and pestal until the oil immulsifies. No egg yolk.

Spellcheck flagged several of those words, so I probably don't know anything.


Lots of aiolis have egg yolks, and all the good ones.

https://www.thespruceeats.com/basic-aioli-garlic-mayonnaise-sauce-recipe-101900
https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/the-creamiest-aioli
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs-recipes/aioli/

Just because some asshole calls his mayonnaise aioli doesn't make it so.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aioli?wprov=sfla1


Excellent article.

«Like mayonnaise, aioli is an emulsion or suspension of small globules of oil and oil-soluble compounds in water and water-soluble compounds. In Spain, purists believe that the absence of egg distinguishes aioli from mayonnaise, but that is not the case in France and other countries, where cooks may use egg or egg yolk as an emulsifier. Using only garlic as an emulsifier requires that the cook thoroughly crush it and add oil drop by drop so excess oil does not "cut" the aioli.»


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Invented in Spain. Spain is right. The French are assholes.

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I think they meant the rest of the world, not just France. But Aioli of course comes from Provence in France.

Even the word Aioli is French. In Spain, they call it Alioli.

And the most famous store available Alioli from Spain, also includes egg yolks.
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