Primal Kitchen Mayo

primal kitchen mayoPrimal Kitchen Mayo is fantastic! Not only is it 100% natural, but it simply tastes great. I am so disheartened by condiments, chips, snacks, and other foods these days that advertise themselves as being all-natural only to read on the label that the first ingredient contains canola oil or some other, unnatural, industrialized seed oil. When my wife brought home for the first time a jar of Primal Kitchen Mayo from our local Kroger Grocery store I was very skeptical to say the least. Primal Kitchen Mayo IngredientsBut, when I looked at the label, my skeptical at once turned into a very hopeful grin. Everything in this amazing condiment is 100% natural and healthy: Avocado Oil, Organic Cage-Free Eggs, Organic Egg Yolks, Organic Vinegar, Sea Salt, and Rosemary Extract. That’s it! Nothing less, nothing more.

I opened the jar, dipped a spoon into it and tasted it. To my delight, it was very tasty, tangy, and satisfying. Primal Kitchen Mayo simply tastes great. This all-natural, paleo mayonnaise has a very satisfying, rich and tangy taste that goes well on absolutely anything you can imagine.

Primal Kitchen Mayo

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For the growing number of us who have issues with fake oils, grains, low-fat foods, and other long-held myths about “healthy diets”,  Primal Kitchen opens up a world of tasteful, new ways to enjoy great snacks and meals. While not everything I eat is 100% paleo-approved, I try to stick with natural fats and stay away from gluten, sugar, and seed oils like canola, sunflower, safflower, etc.. I allow potatoes in my diet and one of the first things I enjoyed dipping into the Paleo Kitchen Mayo was a Jackson’s Honest Purple Heirloom potato chip. These delicious potato chips taste great in the tangy mayo. Literally everything I have tried is better with this magic, paleo mayo. I made myself a roast beef sandwich using a Siete, gluten-free almond-flour-tortilla and slathered it with cheese and Paleo Mayo. The taste and texture were fantastic. Just a tip – I like to brown the Siete tortilla in butter to make it rather crisp. I also add some lettuce. I wish these tortillas were a little bigger because I could use a little extra room for this magic mayo.  The other great thing I made with the paleo mayo is a delicious, satisfying salad dressing by simply adding a little anchovy paste, garlic, raw vinegar, and dark virgin olive oil.

The great thing about Primal Kitchen Mayo is that it makes every snack, veggie, or meal taste better and more satisfying. I really do believe that our bodies crave fat because we need fat. The problem we have today is that all of our convenient snacks and condiments contain fake oils, sugars, and corn syrups. Primal Kitchen Mayo solves a lot of problems and makes eating satisfying food rather quick and convenient.  This rich, satisfying mayo will go great with tuna, which I haven’t tried yet.

Primal Kitchen Mayo isn’t cheap. Neither are the Jackson’s Honest Chips or the Siete gluten-free almond flour tortillas. But, I will continue having these in the house because I crave high-fat, satisfying foods that are healthy and full of natural, nutrient-rich ingredients. Primal Kitchen does make other products; Chipotle Mayo, Avocado Oil Dressing & Marinade, and other dressings. I will definitely give them a try and let you know what I think.


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