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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
2/3/12 12:38 P

I had been using Kraft Lite, but realized it really had no why was I evening putting it on my sadwiches? I use yellow or brown mustard on my sandwiches and greek yogurt, vinegar and dash of sweetener for "mayo" based salads.

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11/15/11 12:44 P

I use Kraft Free Mayo. It if thick and has a good flavor close to real mayo.

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11/12/11 3:23 P

I really like hellman's light mayo.

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11/9/11 3:36 P

I use avocado as a mayo substitute! It is high in fat but it is good fats. I LOVE avocado.

-POOKIE- Posts: 22,528
10/27/11 11:09 A

I think low fat mayo is revolting!

In small amounts you can just use less mayo, like a smear on a sandwich not a squeeze.

Larger amounts, I use plain yogurt for making tuna/egg mayo, the kids where I used to work, without me telling them it was, said they prefered that in a sandwich.

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,687
10/26/11 8:14 P

It is all a matter of taste as to what brand of mayo. Fat free or low fat are so different. You would have to try to see what you like.

Some substitutiions can be made but mostly for sandwiches. I sometimes use hummus as a spread on a turkey sandwich.

Tuna can be mixed with plain yogurt and lots of veggies like cut up pickles, onions, lettuce, tomatoes etc etc

Mayo in salad like potato or macaroni salad are tough but just use enough to moisten and again add lots of moist veggies like tomatos etc to keep from being dry.

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10/26/11 5:33 P

What's the best mayo or substitutions out there? I find some of the fat free items to be kind of runny. Ideas?

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