View Poll Results: vegenaise or nayonaise, what's your spread?

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  • I say Nayo!

    17 11.56%
  • Vegenaise is the one for me!

    103 70.07%
  • Feh, they're both awful

    9 6.12%
  • I like 'em both

    18 12.24%
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Thread: vegenaise vs. nayonaise, a fight to the death

  1. #61
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    Regardless of what you want to call it, look at the poll. Vegenaise is leaving nayonnaise in its dust!

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    While I was quite averse at just the thought of smearing mayonnaise on a hamburger bun when I was a non-thinking omni, I just now finished eating an Amy's Texas-style veggie burger with vegenaise and yellow mustard and quite enjoyed it!

    So, on topic, I chose vegenaise because it is good enough that I don't feel the need to try nayonaise.

  3. #63
    Oh yes, and I'm with grog, the grapeseed oil version rules supreme.

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    I've never been much of a mayonnaise fan, but when I have to use mayonaise in a salad or something, I much prefer Vegenaise. But, as others have said, I never like Miracle Whip when I was an omni, and that's how Nayonaise tastes to me.

    Nayonaise does make a couple of decent pre-made salad dressings, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misanthropy
    Regardless of what you want to call it, look at the poll. Vegenaise is leaving nayonnaise in its dust!

    Curses! Oh well, I like being different, so nana nana boo boo!

    -JK

    Next I'll ask about Boca vs. Morningstar and really get the fires going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasperKat
    Next I'll ask about Boca vs. Morningstar and really get the fires going.
    Oh no! That could lead to total VRF meltdown! We are passionate about our foods here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasperKat
    Next I'll ask about Boca vs. Morningstar and really get the fires going.
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    neither boca nor morning star! go Full Circle!

    *ahem* and I like veganaise. I like nayonaise too, though, because for a long time i couldn't get my paws on veganaise and i thought nayonaise was pretty good. Althought I like veganaise better because it's richer and has a thicker consistancy that i like better. and a question for grog and tofuy, how is the grapeseed stuff different from original? grapeseed is more nutritious, right? But mostly i'm wondering how it differs in taste?

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    Hard to say, its clean and light tasting. I just like it best
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    i like the grapeseed oil best too. it just has a yummier flavor. helpful, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedawg
    i like the grapeseed oil best too. it just has a yummier flavor. helpful, no?
    Interesting -- I have not yet tried the grapeseed oil version, yet. I've always stuck with classic vegenaise.

    I remember, when I first went vegan, lamenting the fact that my HFS didn't carry the stuff. I'd heard about it online and it really sounded like something I wanted to try. I finally decided I was going to see if I couldn't order it from the manufacturer -- when I realized Vegenaise is carried in the cold case ailse. So the next time I was shopping at my HFS, I asked a clerk if they stocked vegenaise and he walked me over to the vegan mayo/cheese section.
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    shortly after becoming vegan my husband and I went to a health food store that had a small vegan deli and we ordered a sandwich, we were asked if we wanted vegenaise or nayonaise and since we'd never had either we were offered a taste test.......My husband and I both preferred the nayonaise. I've never had vegenaise since so I guess to be fair I should give it one more try but for now it's nayonaise all the way.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterfly
    shortly after becoming vegan my husband and I went to a health food store that had a small vegan deli and we ordered a sandwich, we were asked if we wanted vegenaise or nayonaise and since we'd never had either we were offered a taste test.......My husband and I both preferred the nayonaise. I've never had vegenaise since so I guess to be fair I should give it one more try but for now it's nayonaise all the way.......
    How funny -- my HFS only uses vegenaise in the deli.
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    When I first went vegan, the foods I longed to find vegan versions of were foods like cheese, ice cream, chicken, etc.
    Mayo never even crossed my mind.

    A year or so after I went vegan, I went on a road trip with a girl I was dating at the time. We treated ourselves to a jar of vegenaise. I took one bite of a sandwich with the stuff and then....

    Something snapped in my head. I realised, for the first time, that I missed mayo!

    For about a week I was randomly eating it with a spoon!

    Now I've settled down and confine my vegenaise binges to sandwiches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kat
    When I first went vegan, the foods I longed to find vegan versions of were foods like cheese, ice cream, chicken, etc.
    Mayo never even crossed my mind.

    A year or so after I went vegan, I went on a road trip with a girl I was dating at the time. We treated ourselves to a jar of vegenaise. I took one bite of a sandwich with the stuff and then....

    Something snapped in my head. I realised, for the first time, that I missed mayo!

    For about a week I was randomly eating it with a spoon!

    Now I've settled down and confine my vegenaise binges to sandwiches.
    Oh, that is tooooo funny.
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