I used to make mayonnaise because I couldn’t find commercial products with no added undesired ingredients (see my rant here). Luckily the Australian company Undivided Food Cooffers Good Fat Mayo.
Good Fat Mayo ingredients
This mayonnaise is made with certified 100% olive oil from Spain (60%), Australian free range whole eggs (21%), Australian extra virgin olive oil (9%), apple cider vinegar, fresh lemon juice, mustard powder Olsson’s 100% sea salt and rosemary extract.
Mayonnaise is mayonnaise. It’s mainly fat. It is a condiment that should be used sparingly, especially if you need to watch your energy or fat intake according to your goals.
Having said that, olive oil seems to be one of the better fats due to its monounsaturated fat and antioxidant content (the latter is particularly true for extra virgin olive oil).
The texture of Good Fat Mayo is similar to homemade mayonnaise (i.e. a little looser than other commercial products, including Primal Kitchen mayo).
Ditto for the taste, which is very close (if not indistinguishable) to homemade mayonnaise. The photo below is my lazy person’s version of eggs Benedict, with mixed greens, steamed asparagus, soft-boiled eggs and Good Fat Mayo. Delicious!
For more information of this and other Undivided Food Co products, including where to buy them, head to their website.