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Corn-Free, Egg-Free and Soy-Free Mayonnaise (with a Giveaway!)

Homemade corn-free, egg-free, soy-free mayonnaise.  It may not seem like a big deal to some, but for this food allergic foodie…it was nothing short of a Christmas miracle! :-D

Having this little gem of a recipe allowed me to make a corn-free, dairy/casein-free, egg-free and soy-free Ranch dressing on Christmas day to go along with my veggie tray…which meant my kids ate their green veggies without protest!

My in-laws: “Tastes like ranch…but what is it really?” ;-)

Luke: it wasn’t so much what he said, but the fact that he was scooping handfuls into his mouth was a pretty good indication that I nailed it on taste!

Before I can share the dressing recipe however, I need to share this recipe for mayo since it is a vital component of the Ranch dressing.

Having an allergen-friendly mayo opens up all sorts of possibilities again; potato salad, Caesar dressing, chicken salad, tuna salad and my favorite summertime mayonnaise application: a BMLT wrap, that’s bacon, mayo and tomato wrapped in butter lettuce, YUM!  It also means I’m one step closer to GF/DF/CF/EF/SF crab cakes with lemon garlic aioli, my new mission to accomplish ever since reading Shirley’s recent review of Handy Gluten-Free Crab Cakes over at GFE.

Before I go any further though, I need to say that this recipe would not have been possible were it not for the phenomenal Carol Fenster, Ph.D. Carol is the author of numerous gluten-free cookbooks, including some of my long-time favorites: 1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes, 100 Best Gluten-Free Recipes, and Gluten-Free Quick & Easy (truly, if you are newly GF, these are must-have cookbooks for your library!  Carol does a wonderful job of explaining gluten-free flours and how to make appropriate substitutions in your own recipes).

While I already had the above mentioned cookbooks of Carol’s, I did not have this little gem: Cooking Free: 200 Flavorful Recipes for People with Food Allergies and Multiple Food SensitivitiesCooking Free offers recipe alternatives for gluten, dairy, eggs and sugar, all ingredients my family now needs to avoid in addition to gluten.  At the back of the book, there is an impressive set of appendixes, including the following resources:

Appendix A: Baking without Conventional Ingredients

Carol goes into great detail on all the baking characteristics of gluten-free flours, dairy and non-dairy substitutes, eggs and egg substitutes, cane sugar and alternative sweeteners.

Appendix B: Common Sources of Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Corn & Soy

A great guide to the hidden sources of the above mentioned allergens.

Appendix C: Converting Butter to Oil

This has been especially helpful since my son cannot have dairy and I cannot have corn, which rules out both grass-fed pasture butter and Earth Balance for us, unless I want to make separate batches of each recipe so we both can enjoy it, but who has time for that?

My new corn allergy has certainly twisted my knickers a bit because all of a sudden, even gluten-free condiments like ketchup and mustard are now off limits (even if they don’t contain corn syrup) because they usually contain distilled vinegar, which can be derived from corn.  Apparently, distilled vinegar from corn does not work the same way as distilled vinegars (and alcohol) made from gluten grains, where the gluten proteins do not survive the distillation process (see Gluten-Free Living Magazine’s website for more info on this). I’m still not clear on why the corn protein doesn’t behave in the same way, but I’d rather be safe than sorry, so I will avoid vinegars and alcohols made from corn.

Which brings me to Carol’s recipe for Homemade Mayonnaise on page 115 of Cooking Free.  It only took a few tweaks to make the recipe both Luke and Mom friendly!  I changed up the seasonings and used white wine vinegar instead of distilled vinegar, plus I reduced the amount of vinegar and lemon juice that were called for in Carol’s original recipe in order to make it less tangy (but you can increase them to suit your own taste preference).

Corn-Free, Egg-Free and Soy-Free Mayonnaise

(printable recipe)

Makes about 1/2 cup of mayo.

1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil (you can use a lighter colored oil, such as canola or sunflower for a whiter mayo)

1/4 cup Water

1/2 tsp. Lemon Juice, freshly squeezed

1/2 tsp. White Wine Vinegar

2 tsp. White Rice Flour (or use 1/2 tsp. coconut flour for a grain-free alternative)

1 tsp. Arrowroot

3/4 tsp. Guar Gum (or use 1/2 tsp of Xanthan Gum if corn is not an issue for you)

1/2 tsp. Agave Nectar

1/4 tsp. Dry Mustard

1/2 tsp. Sea Salt (iodized salt contains corn in the form of dextrose)

  • Throw everything into a blender (I use a Vitamix) and blend until mixture emulsifies and thickens.
  • Store in the refrigerator for up to a week.

The consistency is SPOT ON for mayo!  My husband did a side by side taste test with a store-bought mayo that contains egg, and he said the only difference is that the egg-free mayo obviously lacks the “egginess” but he definitely thinks this is a great substitute!

To celebrate the success of this wonderful recipe, I’m doing a giveaway for TWO free copies of Cooking Free, one courtesy of Carol Fenster and one courtesy of me! :-D

**This giveaway is now closed**

To enter for a chance to win one of two copies of Cooking Free, simply leave a comment to this post telling me:

What is your favorite way to use mayonnaise?

Bonus Entry Opportunities (strictly optional, but should you decide to do any, please be sure to leave a separate comment for each completed task because this is how I track entries).

  • Share the link to this giveaway on your Facebook Page
  • Tweet about this giveaway (be sure to include a link back to this post and include @adventuresgfmom in your tweet so I know you did this).

Using the Random Number Generator, I will pick the two winners on Friday, January 7, 2011

Good Luck! :-D

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Comments

  1. Penny says:

    My favorite way to use mayo is part of a recipe to make a honey maple mustard salad dressing and sandwich spread.

  2. Penny says:

    I like Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on facebook

  3. Ricki says:

    This looks SO amazing–I cannot wait to try it! I usually do a soy-based mayo but am trying to cut back a bit on soy. Thanks so much! My fave use of mayo is in chickpea "non-tuna" salad–extremely delicious. :)

    • Thanks Ricki! Carol sure hit it out of the ballpark with the key components of the recipe (the oil, water, rice flour and xanthan/guar gum). Once my sense of taste returns and I'm off the elimination diet (vinegar and citrus are on my "not allowed list" for the next few months), I want to tinker with other GF flours, possibly even one that is technically grain-free (just now sure how those flavors would work together). I'm also curious if agar could replace the use of guar gum, what do you think?

  4. Penny says:

    And I requested Carol Fenster's friendship on facebook.

  5. Penny says:

    Shared giveaway on facebook.

    http://www.notnewtoautism.blogspot.com

  6. MICHELLE says:

    Hmmmm… my favorite way to use mayo…. Only ONE???? We use mayo on EVERYTHING. Our little boy that is now GF/CF had a failure to thrive diagnosis when he was barely a year old so our pediatrician said to load up his food (he was eating table food and drinking pedisure because of the caloric content) with as many calories as possible. So… we pulled out the mayo and slathered it on literally EVERYTHING!! Needless to say, he gained weight and he loves his mayo!! But as for our favorite use, …. We absolutely love fresh, new, boiled red potatoes that are eaten with the tender skins, butter and mayo. Now of course he can't have the butter so we substitute.

  7. Kate says:

    Thanks for sharing! I have been looking for a dip/mayo recipe. Looking forward to trying it.

  8. Kate says:

    I friend requested Carol on fb

  9. Kate says:

    I am following Carol on twitter

  10. Deanna says:

    The only way I use mayo is to make grilled cheese (it spreads so easily on the bread). Otherwise, I think mayo is gross. But, I think it's super cool that you glutadoodled a recipe for it!

  11. Kate says:

    I shared this on fb

  12. Kate says:

    I already "like" you on fb and if there was a "love" button I would be all over it. Thank you for all that you do to make GF Dairy Free etc easier and definitely tasty!

  13. Debbie says:

    Mayo on a delicious Udi's bread (turkey) BLT is the ultimate, unless I can ever eat potatoes again, then it would be dipping homemade double-fried French fries in mayo or tartar sauce made from homemade mayo, pickles, onion and capers!

  14. Oh. My. Word. You cannot contain my love of mayo and even though I can tolerate eggs and store-bought kind, I am always interested in new recipes to make my own. Last time I made it, I had to stop myself from eating it with a spoon. I can't wait to try this.

  15. Jeri says:

    Yay – another victory for you and your family! I don't use Mayo personally 'as is' very much but I adore creamy salad dressing – aka Ranch. I need to make my own and bring it with me when we eat out. We have always enjoyed eating at Souplantation (Sweet Tomatoes everywhere but California) but they told me that the only dressing I can have is just olive oil and balsamic. While tasty, it's getting boring. I've been using Veganaise but I think it has soy and I'm trying not to knowingly consume it:) Your mayo looks good.

  16. Amber K says:

    My favorite way is in a black bean salad. I mash a can of drained and rinsed black beans with 1/3-1/2 cup of mayo, 1/2 tbsp of fresh lemon juice, cilantro, some diced bell pepper and then I add cumin, pepper, and any other spices I'm feeling at the moment to taste. Delicious!

  17. Lisa says:

    What a great recipe to have on had to accommodate others with restrictions. This would have been an awesome recipe to have for that Thy. Ca. diet. Im am definitely going to bookmark this one.

  18. Janet says:

    My favorite way to use mayo is on a sandwich, like avocado or BLT or BLT WITH avocado! Also great to have a good mayo recipe on hand even if you don't have a food allergy in case you run out….

  19. Niv says:

    This will definitely be a book to have. Thanks Heidi for all the great recipes and all the research and reviews you post. I follow you on Fb, keeping my fingers crossed to see if 2011 brings any luck :)

    Happy New Year.

  20. Tandy says:

    Oh my goodness, definitely need to put those books on my wishlist. I'm having a terrible time trying to figure out how each of the flours react in baking and so am having a horrible time troubleshooting my recipes. I've yet to have any #GF#DF#EF#SF (gluten, dairy, egg & soy) recipes turn out as good as traditional baked goods. I was doing okay with all of these until I threw in gluten free (2 weeks now). Please enter me in the drawing for the cookbook.

    We are great mayo eaters here and regularly make pasta salads that up until now are safe for only a few members of the family, not everyone.

    Thanks

  21. Tandy says:

    Also liked you on Facebook.

  22. Tandy says:

    Shared post on Facebook.

  23. Your talents in the kitchen are quite impressive! I just like a simple turkey & cheddar sandwich with mayo…

  24. And I already follow you on Twitter.

  25. Andrea says:

    We use mayo most for tuna around here. I'm looking forward to trying this recipe!

  26. Maggie says:

    This is awesome! I'll definitely be trying this Heidi! Thanks for testing it out for us (Mike too!). I would love to come to your house, just to see your book collection :) xo

  27. Diane says:

    with tomato sandwiches!!!

  28. Diane says:

    I already "like" (love) you on FB!

  29. Diane says:

    I follow you on twitter!

  30. Diane says:

    I tweeted about it.

  31. Diane says:

    I shared on FB.

  32. Tai says:

    Lately my favorite is mixed with tuna! But really mayo is just the best! I am soooo excited about this recipe Heidi. Great Job! I just have to tweak the lemon juice (citrus is not on my "can have list" at the moment). Can't wait to see how to do dairy free ranch!! My kids will love you forever for that one!!

  33. Brooke says:

    What is your favorite way to use mayonnaise? I am not really a mayo person, but I do like it for my tuna salad and for deviled eggs. :)

  34. Brooke says:

    Friended Carol on Facebook

  35. Brooke says:

    Follow Adventures on Facebook (or I guess like :))

  36. Brooke says:

    Shared on Facebook

  37. Brooke says:

    Following Carol on Twitter

  38. Brooke says:

    Follow Adventures on Twitter

  39. Brooke says:

    Tweeted!! :)

  40. Lisa Greninger says:

    My favorite way to use Mayo is on a grilled burger. I am excited to try this recipe. We recently added egg free to our already GF/CF household. Truely thanks for all the work you do, I look forward to reading your blog and finding the hope to keep experimenting!!

  41. Lisa Greninger says:

    I like you on FB.

  42. Homa says:

    Haven't had mayo in ages, corn free is important and this recipe will be safe if I swap the vinegar for rice vinegar because my daughter can't have anything grape derived in addition to her allergies. Would love to make some different dressings or potato salad!

  43. GF Dad says:

    I followed Carol on Twitter. I followed Carol to the grocery store. I loaded her bags into her car. I made sure her tires were properly inflated and changed her washer fluid.

    I liked Carol on Facebook. I told all of my FB friends to like Carol too, even though they don't know why. I also sent a message via radio telescope to Alpha Centauri so they could like Carol on FB too (they are very big on the egg-free stuff).

    I followed GF Mom but she hit me with her purse and told me to go away. Now she follows me and that is cool, but I would like some alone time in the bathroom every once in awhile…it's okay, Honey…I get it!

    I twittered a tweeter with a two tangy fritters. They were oh so yummy, gluten free of course.

    I will not eat that roll today, you cannot make me anyway. That butter will not hide the wheat, it does not make it very sweet.

    The mayo tastes just so divine, I think I'll have some with Carmine.

    It smells so tasty and delightful, hmhmlm fjsjrej mphphph….just had a mouthful.

    My wife's cute nose is still all clogged, it makes it kind of hard to blog.

  44. Catherine says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Thank you sooooo much from our eggs = anaphylaxis household!

  45. SarahB says:

    I'm embarrassed reply to this post and say that I'm not a huge mayo fan. I think years ago when I found out there were not-entirely-cooked eggs in the real thing I was just so grossed out I couldn't eat it anymore! So…I would have to pick chocolate mayonnaise cake. :) I am, however, excited for this recipe because my little guy can use every extra calorie he can get, and if I can come up with a safe-for-him substitute for the lemon juice (maybe vinegar?), I might just be able to make this work for him!

  46. SarahB says:

    I just requested Carol Fenster as a friend on Facebook. :)

  47. SarahB says:

    I already like you on Facebook! :)

  48. SarahB says:

    I now follow Carol on Twitter.

  49. SarahB says:

    I already follow you on Twitter! :)

  50. SarahB says:

    Lastly, I tweeted about this recipe and giveaway! http://twitter.com/_sarah_b_/status/2217452505137

  51. Christine says:

    I think my two top favorite mayo uses are a toss-up – chicken salad and potato salad. I enjoy both and was thrilled when I found out I could have the cranberry chicken salad on a gf flatbread at one of my favorite restaurants.

  52. Christine says:

    I like Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebook

  53. Cindy says:

    My favorite way to use mayo is with canned chicken for a sandwich.

  54. Patti S says:

    Hmmm, my favorite way to use mayo is in tuna fish sandwiches. But when my girlfriend lived abroad she said it was divine on fries.

  55. elizabeth kohnen says:

    my favorite use for mayo is tartar sauce. I mix it with chopped capers and a little horseradish for zing. I use this with fish but it's also great with raw veggies or as a sandwich spread.

  56. Jeanine says:

    You TOTALLY amaze me! You are like Job. You don't let anything get in your way. I would read your wonderful postings and think, hmm, if she couldn't have (fill in the blank) then she couldn't come up with all these great recipes. Not that I would wish that on you or anyone. You see my daughter has almost all of your food issues and she is chronically constipated so all of the "empty starches" are out for us. I can usually tweak some recipes from some blogs and cookbooks but it is quite the challenge (whine, whine). You just plow on through like a hot knife through butter, no coconut oil, in the winter, in Minnesota. Anyway, thank you for all that you are do. You are greatly appreciated!!!!! That brings me to my favorite way to use Mayo. You have opened many doors at my house, my daughter has never had mayo, tuna salad, potato salad, pasta salad….I am imagining a picnic after the snow melts, wow…….. May God bless you richly.

  57. Patty says:

    I am going to try this mayo to make my newly GF/CF/EF daughter some tuna salad, and hopefully that ranch dressing when you share the recipe ;).

  58. Patty says:

    I liked you on FB.

  59. Patty says:

    I friend requested Carol on FB, friending wasn't an option?

  60. Mara says:

    I am SO excited to try this recipe. I have multiple food allergies in my extended family and we do have to make multiples of just about everything to accommodate an egg allergy, a pork allergy and a wheat allergy! Hopefully this will be a substitute I can use across the board.

  61. Without a doubt, my favorite use for mayonnaise is to make BLTs — I should put the "M" in there like you, Heidi, since it's just not the same without it. Of course, next on the list is a turkey sandwich (best if it's leftover Thanksgiving turkey) with mayo, lettuce and tomato. Beyond that are the salads…chicken salad, tuna salad, potato salad and so on. At least for those I can sometimes be happy with an olive oil dressing, but a BLT without mayo — no way!

  62. Christine says:

    Ah, I, too am gluten-, soy-, dairy-, and egg-free. What a difficult combination, but you always surprise me with new and exciting alternatives. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!! My love for mayopnnaise is pure and simple: Tuna Salad Sandwich. It's a comfort food from childhood that parallels the good ol' PB & J sandwich! Ok, Heidi, now I offer you quite a challenge: any ideas for "egg" salad? Thanks!!

  63. Alena Mack says:

    My favorite way to use mayo would be in deviled eggs. I love the creaminess! Can't be beat!

  64. Marsha A. says:

    My favorite way to use mayo is to mix it with pickle relish and broil it on top of a mild white fish.

  65. Alena Mack says:

    I am now a follower of Adventures of A GF Mom on Facebook! Woohoo!

  66. LV says:

    I prefer to use mayonaise to make tuna or chicken salad.

  67. LV says:

    Friend request sent to Carol Fenster on Facebook

  68. LV says:

    ‘Like’ Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebook

  69. LV says:

    Follow Carol Fenster on Twitter

  70. LV says:

    Follow Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Twitter

  71. LV says:
  72. Brenda says:

    Friended Carol on FB- I didn't even know she was on here!

  73. Brenda says:

    I'm already your friend!

  74. Brenda says:

    Tuna melts, or turkey salad-the one with the grapes and cashews…

    Now I'm hungery ;)

  75. Jessica says:

    Hallelujah! Thank you! My daughter is allergic to everything, including corn, egg, soy, etc, etc,. She LOVES mayonnaise but after finding out about her egg allergy we switched to vegenaise, but then we found out soy is no good for her either, so we were hopeless. She's only 3 and it's one of the foods she really enjoys with everything. She can't have tomatoes, so having vegenaise was a good "substitute" for her to use as a condiment where you'd usually use ketchup. I'm definitely going to make this.

    Anyway, her favorite way to use it is spreading it on her bread (rice bread). I think it is disgusting, but she Loves it.

  76. I can't wait to try your homemade version! There's nothing as rich-tasting as mayonnaise and it adds such depth to recipes that call for it. Because it is generally high in calories and fat, I tend to cut it by using half mayo, half yogurt (works great with soy yogurt, coconut yogurt). Your recipe will be a great addition to my gluten free recipe collection! Thank you!

    Ellen

    Gluten Free Diva

  77. Lara says:

    I love wasbi mayo yumm. I too am GF/DF/CF this is one I'll be trying soon.

  78. Kristin says:

    Mine would have to be mixed with Tuna, Yum Yum!!!

  79. Kristin says:

    I already Like you on FB

  80. Janis says:

    I am not a big mayo fan, but do like tuna salad or egg salad. So if I was going to have either one, I'd make this recipe.

  81. Shelly says:

    Oh my list of favorites things with mayo… potato salad, chicken salad, BLT's, turkey sandwichs, pasta salads, should I go on!!! Oh the joy!!! Thank you Heidi!!!

  82. Shelly says:

    I already like you on FB!

  83. Shelly says:

    I already follow you on Twitter!

  84. Shelly says:

    I follow Carol Fenster on Twitter!

  85. Shelly says:

    I submitted a friend request to Carol Fenster on FB!

  86. Shelly says:

    I tweeted about this post and giveaway!

  87. Shelly says:

    I shared this post and giveaway on FB!

  88. Mary Kimball says:

    I LOVE mayonaise on a yummy, perfectly ripe on tapioca toasted bread sandwich!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to try this recipe!!!! My two boys and I are allergic to wheat and dairy and I am struggling to find good recipes!!! So grateful I was led to your site!!!! Thank you!! Thank YOU!!!

    Mary

    • Mary Kimball says:

      OOOOOPS—- I was so excited I forgot about the "TOMATOES"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HA— RIPE tomatoes and mayonaise!!!!!

  89. Awesome recipe! Honestly, I don't really have a favorite way to eat mayo. Since it usually has so many "off limits" ingredients in it for me (sugar, gluten, etc.), I rarely use it. But with your recipe, I can't wait to try out some good old chicken or egg salad again!

  90. Laurel says:

    Hi. I snuck past my husband and stole his computer since he hasn't fixed mine yet. Grump, grump, grrrrmph. Hi. Happy New Year! Okay, my favorite way to use mayo is to turn it into a kind of aioli with garlic, lime, cilantro, an anchovy and sometimes a bit of ginger, usually half a hot pepper, salt and pepper. Then I just use it as a dip or cut up left over protein, add whatever veg is around and I'm done except for sometimes adding a bit more salt and/or pepper.

    Hope the green smoothie thing is going well. Personally I love that Vitamix I can just about throw any kind of veg and/or fruit combo into it and come out with a wonderful, healthy drink.

  91. Sarah Butcher says:

    Just one fave use for mayo???? Salads ie: chicken salad, egg salad, steak salad, in ranch on a salad…….. I am very eager to win the book I am pregnant with #3 and am recently diagnosed with Celiac's and am at my wits end to pull together "fast bread free" meals as GF bread recipies have all been flops thus far easier said than done…….

  92. Sarah Butcher says:

    ■Friend Carol Fenster on Facebook

    Done!

  93. Heather Marie says:

    I love to use mayo for tuna and chicken salads and on a great burger!! My poor baby boy cannot have gluten, eggs, dairy, citrus, broccoli, cabbage, apples…and the list goes on. I'm brand new to allergy world, but I am going to do everything I can to help my little one thrive!!!

  94. Sarah Butcher says:

    ■‘Like’ Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom on Facebook

  95. Heather Marie says:

    I follow Carol on FB

  96. OMG, amazing recipe Heidi!! And you don't even need to use the "dribble" technique … just fire it all in!

    My favorite way to use (vegan) mayo (no eggs here either) is in homemade sushi rolls!

  97. Julie Winters says:

    My daughter has had an egg free allergy for the past 3 yrs & we had to give up Mayo. This was hard as she loved Ranch dressing. She has now been diagnosed with a corn allergy in addition to chicken, navy beans & almonds. She has lost so many of her favorites that having the ability to reintroduce an egg free, corn free mayo will be fantastic. Thank you!!

  98. Angela says:

    I wonder if you used Indian black salt (Kala Namak) if it would give it that "egginess" taste. Check it out.

  99. Megan D says:

    I just made this and am extremely impressed! I spread it on some plain bread for the kids and they loved it!

    I'm looking forward to using this in all sorts of ways.

  100. Breanna says:

    Heidi- you are awesome. I haven't been on here in a while, but must admit I saw the link to this recipe on facebook, but figured it wouldn't be okay for us. You think I'd learned by now that surprises can happen, a lot! I'm so excited, I don't need to modify anything and I have all the ingredients, going to go make this asap. Thank so much for being such a helpful allergy momma!!!

  101. Carla says:

    Just found this and I will be making it! I can't get farm fresh eggs right now and I don't like using the store eggs for homemade mayo so this will work in the meantime. Thanks!

  102. Jeanette says:

    I just made this recipe and it turned out great, tasted a little grainy I thought (maybe because I knew what was in it), but my son didn't notice. So glad to have found this as we are dairy/egg/soy free and a different recipe I tried was a total disaster. Thanks for sharing this!

  103. Amy says:

    Oh WOW, so happy to find this recipe!!!

  104. Brittany Baxter says:

    My son was diagnosed just yesterday with autism. i am having a terrible time finding gf,df,sf condiments!!

    Thank you so much for this?! got anything for ketchup?

    please enter me for the drawing…..

  105. Santou Carter says:

    Hi

    Is there a way of making this mayonnaise recipe without vinegar? I get a bad reaction from any kind of vinegar. If I just omit it, will it still turn out ok?

  106. Ricki says:

    I just made this (finally!) for a sweet potato salad I'm testing and all I can say is wowzah! It came out perfectly, and the flavor was spot on. Great recipe! :D

  107. MJ says:

    I don't have issues with soy or gluten myself, but I appreciate this recipe for Egg-Free, Corn-Free and Soy-Free Mayo so I make dips and salad dressings that everyone can enjoy. Thanks so much!

  108. Margo says:

    It was my understanding that guar gum can be derived from soy? It was on a list to avoid when trying to remive soy from your diet.

  109. Nici says:

    Any idea whether ground flax seed would work in place of the guar/xantham gum? If so, how much would you try? I need to avoid gums, too. Thanks!

    • I suggest trying it. I was wondering the same things myself. I don’t have the egg or dairy sensitivities, so I can do mayo with eggs, but would like to do it without eggs. I am Corn Free, Soy Free, Peanut Free, plus all legumes. No xanthan or guar gums for me. Gelatin might work also, or AgarAgar if you are vegan. I have been using Gelatin & Flax when I cook GF for my family, luckily, I can eat wheat myself.

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