I'm with Heather. I have f/f Kraft mayo, Light Best Foods aka Hellman's mayo and Light Miracle Whip. I don't know where the recipe for a mixture of f/f sour cream and f/f mayo came from but I use it a lot.
It depends I use the different ones for different things and different occasions. I will say I never use full fat though.
Sometimes for myself I will use fat free, or half fat free and half low fat. Or I learned from JoAnna half fat free mayo with half fat free sour cream becomes something I really like, either though soley on their own I don't like either one alone hardly.
Then it comes down to "who" I am making it for, for say my TOPS group I usually made things exactly as Jo called for, so if it was fat free mayo that's what I used.
However, if it's for Vince, La Leche League (cause they believe in whole natural organic foods), or say some one with cancer, where "fake" foods may cause them more problems, then I use the olive oil helmans. It has the nutritional stats of most brands "light" versions, so higher then fat free, but not as high has full fat regular stuff. And I like it pretty well. I also use olive oil helmans for any recipes that Jo calls for "low fat" mayo.
For a few things I use fat free or low fat miracle whip, cause I know some people like it, The two things I know some of my family and friends like it in is deviled eggs, and the layered pea salad. Vince does not like miracle whip, so I only use it on certain occassions where I know many people would rather have it over mayo. However, to make both the people and Vince happy I use half mayo and half miracle whip, and use the versions that Jo calls for. IE if she calls for low fat mayo, then I would use the olive oil helman's and the low fat miracle whip, if she called for fat free, then I would use the fat free helman's and the fat free miracle whip.
I used Kraft for a while cause that's what Jo called for, but then I really started liking the helman's the best, and like I said when they came out with the olive oil version and it was basically the same stats as most brands low fat, I made the switch to that for all my low fat mayo needs. And all my mayo needs in general for people who need all natural.
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