June 25th, 2015 | Posted By: Magdalena Wszelaki | Posted in Adrenals, Anti-Candida, Dips, Dollops & Snacks, Estrogen Dominance, Menopause, PCOS, Recipes, Thyroid

Eggless Mayonnaise

CFB-EgglessMayo

If you discovered after having done the Elimination Diet that you do not tolerate eggs very well, you will love this recipe.

I’ve found many eggless mayo recipes on the internet, but most had too many ingredients and did not taste all that great. I tweaked this recipe many times and found this ingredient combination to work the best.

There are a few egg-free mayo options available at health stores but I have a problem with the ingredients – mainly the use of canola and grapeseed oil and some of them contain a number of stabilizers and additives.

The only potentially problematic ingredient in this recipe are the cashews. I’ve found that soaking them for 2 hours increases their digestibility. On the upside, just a handful of cashews will give us 20% of DV of magnesium, 31% of copper and 23% of manganese.

As always, staying away from food intolerances is the first step in hormonal rebalancing in women. I extensively cover the reasoning behind it in my free Hormone Balance Starter Kit.

Eggless Mayonnaise
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup organic cashews, presoaked for 2 hours
  • ¼ cup water
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • 1.5 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1.5 tsp Dijon mustard
  • ½ tsp sea salt
  • Optional flavorings: paprika, curry powder, chlorella, spirulina.
How To Make
  1. Place all the ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until silky smooth.
 

8 Comments to Eggless Mayonnaise

  1. I listen to a video where you were talking about hormones and thyroid problems. In the video you were talking a bout an Epson salt bath mixed with essential oil’s and essential oils that are good for the thyroid and also a liver detox that could be applied to the liver area I was wondering where I could find these recipes. I was diagnosed with thyroid surgery bill the park ata I listen to a video where you were talking about hormones and thyroid problems. In the video you were talking a bout an Epson salt bath mix with essential oil‘s and essential oils that are good for the thyroid and also a liver detox that could be applied to the liver area I was wondering where I could find these recipes. I was diagnosed with thyroid cerebral ataxia and have been very ill and bed ridden often on for three years. My daughter is selling Doterra oils and She got me started on some of them which has given me my quality-of-life back but I still have issues that need addressed and I think some of your recipes will greatly help me. Where would I be able to find these recipes. Debbie Darling

  2. Hi Debbie,
    Many of the recipes are part of the Herbs for Balance program. You can watch the free workshop here at http://www.herbsforbalance.com I’m glad that you have found some improvement in your health using essential oils.
    Warmly, Angela – HB team

  3. Hi, I am reading your book and the recipe calls for “freshly squeezed” lemon juice. Is it necessary to be “freshly squeezed”? I have a glass jar of organic lemon juice that I use daily in tea and water. Will this have the same result or is there something special about the fresh lemon?

    • Also, the book says to soak the cashews for only 15 mins. Is it 15mins or 2 hours?

      • Hey Hillary,

        Cashews can be soaked for a minimum of 15minutes. However, I prefer to soak mine for 2 hours.

        Feel free to try it both ways, and let us know what you think! =)

        Healthy Regards,
        HB Team

    • Hey Hillary!

      I prefer to squeeze lemons at home (its so simple!), however your organic lemon juice should work just fine. =)

      Healthy Regards,
      HB Team

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