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    Generally, even the mayonnaise varieties that claim on the front label to be "made with olive oil" are actually made with a blend of oils that includes olive oil but is primarily comprised of other oils (e.g., soy or canola) which are not mentioned on the front label. With the recipe included here, you will know with absolute certainty which ingredients you are consuming, and you will be using ingredients that actually contribute to your health such as, raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar, raw honey, and flax seed. The first key to foolproof mayonnaise is to use a stick blender (or immersion blender) and the accompanying mixing cup. If you are accustomed to making mayo in a regular upright blender, then you will appreciate that the stick blender method does not wear out your arm by requiring you to drizzle oil into the mayo in a slow, steady stream. The other key to fool-proof mayo is to use a recipe like this one that is based on a mixture of flax meal and water, rather than eggs. This mayo will likely have a slightly green hue from the grapeseed oil, and specks of flax meal will also be visible in the finished product. Grapeseed oil adds a fairly neutral flavor to mayonnaise. If you substitute extra virgin olive oil or any other stronger tasting oil, you may wish to increase the amount of honey.

    Recipe #487260

    Popped up on my Facebook page and posting here for safe keeping

    Recipe #515915

    Sounds addictive. A taste of the tropics all year round.

    Recipe #486657

    Found in NZ Taste Magazine, December 2012. Serve with my recipe #492432.

    Recipe #492433

    Found on the Petite Kitchen Blog. Guilt free, dairy free, gluten free. What more could you ask for?

    Recipe #500355

    Found on a vegan website - VeganEasy.org. I have enjoyed scrambled eggs for Sunday morning breakfast, but when the doctor found my cholesterol slightly elevated I thought I'd better re-think my Sunday treat. And this is it. Very tasty and satisfying, just as quick to prepare and healthy with it. Enjoy.

    Recipe #516960

    Found this recipe in a Cole's supermarket brochure. Sounded nice so posting here for safe keeping

    Recipe #507498

    Found somewhere on the internet and sent it to my brother who loves seafood.

    Recipe #507016

    Recipe found on the Healthy Food Website which sounds tasty.

    Recipe #514206

    Absolutely delicious. Went you want something a little different and this salad hits the spot. Recipe found on Jamie Oliver's web site.

    Recipe #468517

    Quick and easy mid-week meal. From Super Food Ideas magazine, June 2012

    Recipe #481419

    This recipe was given to me many years ago by my husbands cousin. It's become a summer family favourite, lasts well in the fridge (if given the chance) and jazzes up any BBQ or salad meals.

    Recipe #334068

    Found this recipe on the internet when looking for something to use some schnitzel and a leek that I had in the fridge. Nice and easy plus very tasty. Made a perfect Friday night whip-up. I didn't have fresh herbs so sub'ed with dried herbs and omitted the parsley, but have copied the recipe as it was originally submitted. Will definitely be making again.

    Recipe #486903

    Found in the NZ Taste magazine, December 2012. Looks good and sounds great. Ready in 20 minutes, so will make an excellent mid-week meal. Serve with recipe #492433

    Recipe #492432

    I spotted this in the September 2013 issue of Super food Ideas. Was an advert for Trident Sweet Chilli Sauce.

    Recipe #506818

    A salad that is quick and easy and ready to enjoy in minutes. Please note that cooking time is the marinating time. From 'In my kitchen', Jan/Feb 2010.

    Recipe #418056

    Okay, there are over 600 recipes for 'Fresh Sweetcorn Salad', but after a quick check there didn't seem to be any quite like this one, which I have made and can totally recommend. I found this one by doing a 'Google Search' and it is credited as being an adaptation of a recipe by Ina Garten and published by a foodie called Hannah. Really tasty, quick and easy.

    Recipe #449610

    Found in Donna Hay's October / November 2012 magazine. Headed up 'Speedy Dinners'.

    Recipe #492434

    From the Healthy Food Guide. Quick and easy.

    Recipe #492809

    I found this recipe in a Lebanese Cook Book by Hussien Dekmak. Really, really delicious. Nice and easy to prepare. I served them on brown rice with grilled vegetables. They would also go nice with a fresh salad.

    Recipe #493785

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