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Dairy, egg & soya free mayo?

(15 Posts)
Frontpaw Wed 14-Nov-12 14:40:49
heliotrope Wed 14-Nov-12 14:06:08

The brands I have are Granovita and Tiger - dairy and egg free but not sure about soya, but maybe worth checking out.

trixymalixy Wed 14-Nov-12 10:49:43

I should have pointed out to read the ingredients carefully. Plamil have changed their recipe so many times and there are still older jars on the shelves.

I nearly came a cropper when I picked up the usual Plamil mayo and only noticed at the till that it now contained soya.

Maz007 Wed 14-Nov-12 06:27:57

Oooh that's good to know :-) Apologies for not checking properly

AngelDog Tue 13-Nov-12 23:23:38

Ah, I've done some googling and the organic rice plamil doesn't have soya. smile

Duh - just saw that trixy linked to it above. Blame baby brain...

Maz007 Tue 13-Nov-12 09:35:48

Just looked at the jar of plamil in the cupboard and mine at least (not the organic one) has soya in it sad Really sorry, I know how irritating it is when people rave about something and it turns out to be off limits... the home made one really is yum if you're stuck... mayonnaise is one of those things I really miss too.

AngelDog Tue 13-Nov-12 09:05:43

Thanks everyone. smile

Frontpaw Tue 13-Nov-12 07:20:19

Ah yes - PLAMIL! I mix it with plain yoghurt.

Maz007 Tue 13-Nov-12 00:39:11

Agree about plamil.
Also if feeling flash you could make your own. this is delicious (I've made it with oat milk rather than soya).

AuntPepita Mon 12-Nov-12 23:40:20

Plamil, egg free (non organic) is most yummy.

trixymalixy Mon 12-Nov-12 23:22:10

There also seems to be thisrice mayo. They don't seem to have the pea protein one on their website, although you can get it on other websites.

trixymalixy Mon 12-Nov-12 23:17:31

Plamil, sorry, stupid auto correct!

trixymalixy Mon 12-Nov-12 23:16:56

Palmil do one made from pea protein, mayola has soya in.

Frontpaw Mon 12-Nov-12 22:44:53

Promil - not 100% sure of the name but Holland amd Barret sell it in jars. Its made from olive oil and very nice. Theres also one called Mayola in a squeezy bottle in Saimsbos (more like salad dressing though). Have you tried these?

AngelDog Mon 12-Nov-12 22:41:21

Anyone know where I can get some please? Everything I can find has soya in.

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