It’s just Mayonnaise.


 Last week, I had this craving for Chicken Salad, and for
those avid fans of Chicken Salad, you know that one of the key ingredients,
other than chicken, is mayonnaise. How many of you actually eat mayonnaise on
the Paleo diet? Although it can be seen as Paleo, I’m guessing a probably a
handful of you don't really touch it. Right?

 Although Paleo is pretty straight forward, I feel it gets a
wee bit tricky when it comes to condiments. You just need to know where to
look, and how to find a substitute. Did you know that there is a Paleo-friendly
version of mayonnaise? When I found the recipe for Omega-3 Paleo Mayonnaise, I
was ecstatic. Not only was I sure that what I was consuming was fresh and
Paleo, but I was also able to have my chicken salad too!

 I swear, this diet gets better and better when you know
there is a Paleo-friendly substitute for just about most of your everyday

 Enjoy the Omega-3 Mayonnaise, and let me know how it goes!


Paleo Mayonnaise


  • 1 cage free egg
  • 1 tsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • ¼ tsp. dry mustard
  • a little less that ½ cup of olive oil **
  • ½ cup flaxseed oil

 **For me Olive Oil has a strong taste, so I try to use less of it so
it doesn’t seem as overpowering; however, its up to you to see how much you
want to put in.

 Makes a 1 cup serving.


1. Put egg, lemon juice, and mustard in your food processor, and
turn it on for about 5 seconds.

 2. Slowly add oil mixture.

 3. Keep adding till the oil is all in and you notice the consistency
of the mayonnaise is becoming thick.

 4. Place ingredients in a Tupperware and refrigerate it. It should
stay fresh for about a week or so.

There you have it. I hope you enjoy it.



 T H E O


 [1] Photo Reference: Mayonnaise




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Ritu Riyat is an applied yoga and mindfulness expert. She equips her clients with tools to reconnect with their bodies, eliminate stress, and make more informed decisions about their health and well being.

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3 thoughts on “It’s just Mayonnaise.

  1. Koala
    May 19, 2010 at 1:18 pm
  2. Ritu
    May 19, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Im not a big Mayo fan but I might have to try this. Thanks for sharing!

  3. November 14, 2010 at 4:36 pm

    It is a good story. But look!*

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