R2 is a twat. You dismiss something because of geographical origin? What a small mind you have.
Duke's is sacred in the south. Using Hellman's or Miracle Whip is highly shunned. If you do a blind taste test of Duke's vs. Hellman's you will definitely recognize the difference.
Rhett from Charleston
It would be an insult to your potato salad if you didn't use Duke's.
Saw Huffington at ABC yesterday. She's taller than what I expected.
Deep South, NOT Atlantic seaboard.
Tried Duke's, left wanting.
Hellman's tastes more lemony to me. Like tang.
Sorry Miz Dukes.
I finally tried it when my store in the DC started carrying it recently. Was I ever expecting to be IMPRESSED, after all the salivating here over Duke's.
But I wasn't. I found that I preferred Hellman's. The Duke worship here is so over the top.
JFG is better than Duke's.
It is okay if you like sugary mayo R8, many of us do not.
McCorminck's (of spice fame) makes mayo. Mom got it at a Mexican supermarket downtown.
Like a lot of lower-class families that call margarine "butter" because they have forgotten the difference, mine called Miracle Whip "mayonnaise." The two were synonymous when I was a kid. Can anyone tell me what's in Miracle Whip that makes it not mayonnaise?
Pickle juice, r14.
I thought it was the soured whey left over from cream cheese production.
J.L. Kraft didn't want to throw away anything if it could be repurposed and sold!
Also the oil is Miracle Whip is the cheaper cotton seed oil.
I make my own fresh. Anything else is so gauche.
Dukes can NOT compare to Hellman's.
Not this again....
I remember Martha Stewart sneeringly bitching at one of her guest chefs because he used Hellmann's in a recipe instead of making his mayonnaise from scratch.
R10 is delusional.
Hellmann's is not sugary. The label lists 0 g. carbs so the amount of sugar is almost nonexistent. You certainly can't taste it due to the tartness.
Hellman's doesn't have sugar, OP. That's Miracle Whip.
Mayo is for fat people.
SOYBEAN OIL, WATER, WHOLE EGGS AND EGG YOLKS, VINEGAR, SALT, SUGAR, LEMON JUICE, CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (USED TO PROTECT QUALITY), NATURAL FLAVORS. GLUTEN-FREE.;
Here are the ingredients and yes it includes sugar.
Along with GMO soybean oil. More sugar than lemon, and I find it sweet.
[quote]Soybean oil, eggs, water, distilled and cider vinegar, salt, oleoresin paprika, natural flavors, calcium disodium EDTA added to protect flavor. Contains: Eggs
Same GMO soybean oil as Hellman's. "Natural flavors" is always a turnoff because that screams frankenfood.
Hellman's doesn't taste the slightest bit sugary to me. I thought Duke's taste was inferior to it. Either way they're MAYONNAISE. What is the big fucking deal.
I was raised on Miracle Whip, too. And then, when I tried Hellman's, I was like "WTF?" LOVE it, too, but an entirely different taste sensation. Dukes always looked like a white trash mayonnaise and an inferior knock off of Hellmann's. Apparently, I was correct. No desire to run out and buy it.