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Pro-mayo 74%  74%  [ 23 ]
Anti-mayo 26%  26%  [ 8 ]
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Sorry if you've answered this already, wease, but why do you hate mayo but like sour cream?


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Here's my secret sauce for a turkey sandwich. It's probably also good on burgers and in deviled eggs. Yes, brand names matter.

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Sorry if you've answered this already, wease, but why do you hate mayo but like sour cream?

They’re two totally different products. And quite honestly, I’m not, like, a super fan of sour cream. I like it ok as a base for stuff and on items like a burrito or something but I can’t stand it on a baked potato.

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Here's my secret sauce for a turkey sandwich. It's probably also good on burgers and in deviled eggs. Yes, brand names matter.

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wease wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Sorry if you've answered this already, wease, but why do you hate mayo but like sour cream?

They’re two totally different products. And quite honestly, I’m not, like, a super fan of sour cream. I like it ok as a base for stuff and on items like a burrito or something but I can’t stand it on a baked potato.

They are different. Just seems to me that reasons most people don't like mayo would apply to sour cream as well. But if you're not a big fan of sour cream, either, that makes sense. Do you like anything with a mayo base? Like a tuna noodle casserole? Or any kind of mayo bases slaw? It just feels inconsistent to me to despise one and tolerate the other and I'm looking for insight as to why.


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Straight up mayo is the devil's jizz.

It’s like looking in the mirror.

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durdencommatyler wrote:
wease wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Sorry if you've answered this already, wease, but why do you hate mayo but like sour cream?

They’re two totally different products. And quite honestly, I’m not, like, a super fan of sour cream. I like it ok as a base for stuff and on items like a burrito or something but I can’t stand it on a baked potato.

They are different. Just seems to me that reasons most people don't like mayo would apply to sour cream as well. But if you're not a big fan of sour cream, either, that makes sense. Do you like anything with a mayo base? Like a tuna noodle casserole? Or any kind of mayo bases slaw? It just feels inconsistent to me to despise one and tolerate the other and I'm looking for insight as to why.

I do not. The taste of the mayo always comes thru. It’s not the consistency that bothers me, it’s straight up the taste. And when you get down to it, mayonnaise and sour cream don’t taste anything alike. At all.

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Chris_H_2 wrote:
wease wrote:
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Straight up mayo is the devil's jizz.

It’s like looking in the mirror.

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wease wrote:
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wease wrote:
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Sorry if you've answered this already, wease, but why do you hate mayo but like sour cream?

They’re two totally different products. And quite honestly, I’m not, like, a super fan of sour cream. I like it ok as a base for stuff and on items like a burrito or something but I can’t stand it on a baked potato.

They are different. Just seems to me that reasons most people don't like mayo would apply to sour cream as well. But if you're not a big fan of sour cream, either, that makes sense. Do you like anything with a mayo base? Like a tuna noodle casserole? Or any kind of mayo bases slaw? It just feels inconsistent to me to despise one and tolerate the other and I'm looking for insight as to why.

I do not. The taste of the mayo always comes thru. It’s not the consistency that bothers me, it’s straight up the taste. And when you get down to it, mayonnaise and sour cream don’t taste anything alike. At all.

Ah. Yeah, that's fair.


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Mayo can also taste wildly different.


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I fucking love Deviled Eggs so goddamn much! I could eat two dozen easy.

oh man, me too..lets have a contest


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doug rr wrote:
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I fucking love Deviled Eggs so goddamn much! I could eat two dozen easy.

oh man, me too..lets have a contest

Our friend made Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs and brought them over a few weeks ago. Never had them before. I devoured them.

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I fucking love Deviled Eggs so goddamn much! I could eat two dozen easy.

oh man, me too..lets have a contest

you're on


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Any mayo haters make it at home?

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so there's really only one thing I'll use mayo for -- grilling whole fish directly on the grill grate. it makes it virtually non-stick, and it burns off.


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so there's really only one thing I'll use mayo for -- grilling whole fish directly on the grill grate. it makes it virtually non-stick, and it burns off.

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Do you like they mayo ingredients by themselves, or in other products?


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Do you like they mayo ingredients by themselves, or in other products?

Like, oil and eggs and such?

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Do you like they mayo ingredients by themselves, or in other products?

Like, oil and eggs and such?

Yes. Egg yolks, dijon mustard, sunflower oil, vinegar or lemon juice.


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Anders wrote:
wease wrote:
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Do you like they mayo ingredients by themselves, or in other products?

Like, oil and eggs and such?

Yes. Egg yolks, dijon mustard, sunflower oil, vinegar or lemon juice.

Egg yolks- sometimes. I like them in a fried egg but hate them hard boiled.
Dijon mustard- not really. I'm not a big fan of mustard in general, but if I do get it on a sandwich, it's spicy brown
Sunflower oil- no problems
Vinegar- love it
Lemon juice- love it

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