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>> No. 13323 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 8:40 pm
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How do I up my egg mayonnaise game? Current preference is:-

- Boiled eggs
- Mayonnaise (Heinz Seriously Good)
- Salt
- Pepper
- Cress
- Lightly toasted bread

I want to take it to the next level.
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>> No. 13324 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 8:44 pm
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Mustard.
>> No. 13325 Anonymous
24th May 2020
Sunday 8:53 pm
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Judicous amounts of sharp cheese. The most regal Egg Mayo binlid I ever had contained Parmesan. Also swap the cress out with Spinach or Rocket.
>> No. 13326 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 8:53 am
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>>13324
Definitely.

Also, my mum used to make them with salad cream as we couldn't afford mayonnaise.
>> No. 13327 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 9:23 am
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Lashings of butter and really good quality bread. If you want to get fancy, make your own mayonnaise. The core flavours are all very subtle so you don't want to drown them out, but I think a slightly more acidic mayonnaise cuts through the fat, perhaps with a tarragon vinegar. I'm not wholly opposed to mustard, but I'd go with Dijon over English.
>> No. 13328 Anonymous
25th May 2020
Monday 9:24 am
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Lemon juice, dijon mustard, chilli flakes.
>> No. 13329 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 7:39 am
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Use quality mayo. Heinz / Hellman’s etc are trash.I can recommend Stokes for all your saucy needs.
>> No. 13330 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 7:52 am
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There's nothing fancy about making your own damn mayonnaise. It's just egg yolk in a pint of oil. Making your own takes about as much time and effort* as remembering to buy a jar and it's even cheaper. You can add all those other things in too.

*Slightly more if you don't have an electric whisk or food processor.
>> No. 13331 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 10:55 am
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>>13329
Polish 'majo' is way better than the shite over this side of Europe anyway. Get yourself some of the Winiary stuff in your world foods aisle. That said, it's probably because it comes with mustard already in it.
>> No. 13332 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 11:17 am
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>>13331
I often find the world section has decent alternatives to well known brands but I wonder if the standards are there. GMOs, animal welfare, etc.
The logo looks suspiciously like Maggi's, but according to wikipedia they're unrelated.
>> No. 13333 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 11:18 am
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>> No. 13335 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 11:55 am
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>>13332
>The logo looks suspiciously like Maggi's
Is your name Dominic Cummings?
>> No. 13336 Anonymous
26th May 2020
Tuesday 9:11 pm
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Japanese mayonnaise is really quite spectacular, Kewpie is the brand you'll most likey find over here.

It goes without saying that better eggs and bread will also help your sarnie along. The former perhaps not as important once smothered in mayo.

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