Stop Buying Expensive Mayo: Here’s how to Make it CHEAP

Stop Buying Expensive Mayo: Here’s how to Make it CHEAP

Stop Buying Expensive Mayo: Here’s how to Make it CHEAP

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Mayo gets a bad rap everyone throws mail under the bus simply because a few big names have made it bad for everybody but the simple fact is that Mayo is a superfood it’s a combination of superfoods and it works very very well on a ketogenic diet now it’s not a superfood in the sense that it’s a leafy green or a bright berry or anything like that but it’s a combination of collective ingredients which ends up being the perfect kinds of fats that you need on a ketogenic diet the hard part is when you go to the grocery store most of the Mayo that you’re gonna find is loaded with either canola oil soybean oil or some other low-quality oil it’s gonna throw off your omega-3 to omega-6 values so let’s just get rid of the entire intimidating factor of mayonnaise and let’s just make it ourselves it’s way more simple than you may have thought you are locked into the Internet’s leading performance fat loss and nutrition channel new videos coming out every single Tuesday Friday and Sunday at 7 a.m. 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profiles gonna be significantly better so all I’m gonna do is I’m gonna start with 3 large egg yolks I’m gonna put it in a KitchenAid mixer you can put it in a food processor or you can simply just whisk it by hand so it’s gonna take you a while alright so the next thing that we’re gonna do and this is kind of an interesting yet important part is we’re gonna add about a teaspoon of Dijon mustard the reason we’re adding two genres is simply because it’s going to keep the yolks from breaking and by breaking I mean denaturing the protein it’s gonna add an enzymatic effect that allows the emulsification the actual process to work so I’m just gonna eyeball this just about a teaspoon they’re just gonna add that right to the mix okay nothing see it all then all we’re gonna do is we’re gonna rock and roll put this on a nice high speed let it start whipping it up and now is where the magic really happens so in this case I’m using avocado oil the reason I’m using avocado oil is because it’s stable okay I don’t want to use canola I don’t want to use soy I don’t want to use any of these totally fragile bad oils that we don’t want in our diets okay so I’m using avocado oil because it’s stable and because it’s a nice balance of omega-3 omega-6 but more importantly it’s just a good stable oil that adds a nice rich flavor to it so now that I’ve got the eggs going the trick is to add this very slow you don’t want to be adding this fast if you add it fast you ruin the entire thing and all I have here is a cup 1 cup of avocado oil you have to add it slow I can’t overemphasize that if you add it fast you’re going to break down the proteins another thing you have to be very careful of is when we add the salt we’re adding it at the end we do not want to add the salt in beginning again it breaks down the proteins you have to add that after the fat extremely extremely important everyone gets so afraid of mayo I don’t know where it came from a Mayo is exactly what you need on a keto diet add it to your chicken breasts add a tear beef whatever you need to do put it on top of a burger and this is already starting to look like Mayo all right so after the cup of oil has been added in it’s pretty much all whipped up okay this is what I want I’ve got the foundation of mayo here but now is where we can start adding the spices so here’s what’s really funny with the ketogenic diet getting super popular you’re seeing all these like designer mayonnaise coming out like different kinds of designer mayonnaise it’s like so many different flavors spicy mayonnaise jalapeno mayonnaise this and that just because they’re playing on the keto game and they’re charging like nine ten eleven dollars for it that’s a joke that’s ridiculous this has cost me like a dollar to make so now is when you can get creative you can have some fun with it if you wanted to add jalapenos into it you could I’m gonna make mine super simple but I do have a nice little twist I’m gonna add to it okay so I’m gonna do it I’m gonna put it on a low mix right now and I’m just gonna go ahead I’m gonna put a little bit of black pepper in so it gets a little bit of a zest to it okay now you’re gonna want to add some lemon juice to it okay now the cool thing about lemon juice if you make it you’re on the lemon and you can even put some lemon zest in there where you actually put a little bit of Appeal then you get some of the pectin effect too so the pectin is actually gonna help you keep you satiated and you’re going to be able to extract some the oils from the peel as well if you do that so you actually get a double whammy effect but I’m just gonna add probably about a teaspoon of about half of that let that mix maybe turn it up for a second okay now as I’m getting towards the end now’s when I’ll add the salt so in this case just kind of eyeball it probably go for a teaspoon maybe two teaspoons whip it up a little bit heavier and lastly this is where we can have some fun with it I’m gonna actually add some avocado to the mix why because I like avocado and I want real avocado Mayo I don’t just want avocados or Mayo I want real avocado Mayo so I’ve got about a third of a medium-sized Hass avocado here I’m just gonna add that into the mix all right so let’s give this a try oh gosh that is seriously probably three or four times creamier than the kind of Mayo that you would get in a grocery store and the avocado gives it just enough bite like just enough smoothness but also a little bit more of a thickness you don’t get a normal thickness with mayo it kind of feels almost gelatinous whereas this is smooth this actually tastes like something gourmet so I mean literally we’re looking at something that’s nice and thick but not overly thick and not like completely coagulated so this would go perfect on top of some kind of really nice gourmet burger or something like that right something that’s gonna really deserve a homemade Mayo but more importantly this is going to keep for a while this is gonna keep for a few days in the fridge so you can make small batches of it so you can throw it on whatever you want throw it on your burgers throw it on your chicken throw them your salmon people have made fun of me because I put mayo on salmon but honestly if you’re using good quality Mayo who cares it tastes great and it brings out the flavor since we use the avocado oil we have a nice stable oil that we can actually bring over some heat if we really needed to so there you have it this is how you make keto mayo the world is your oyster you can literally add whatever you want to this as long as it’s not going to break down the fatty acids as long as it’s not gonna totally denature it you don’t want to load it up with a bunch of hot sauce but some jalapeno or something in there might be perfect so make sure you keep it locked in here in my channel if you have ideas for future videos or you want to see me do some more recipe type videos make sure you put them down in the 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Ingredients:

2 large egg yolks
1 to 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon salt
Pinch of ground pepper
1 cup of avocado oil at room temperature
Up to 1 1/2 teaspoons Dijon mustard (optional)
Salt and ground black pepper to taste

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Downside to Commercial Mayo

Commercial mayonnaise is most often made with soybean oil, corn oil or other vegetable oil blends that are high in omega-6’s

Additionally, many types of commercial mayo contain about 1 gram of sugar per tablespoon, which isn’t that high, but the light, low-fat or fat-free mayo has a lot more added sugar, with over 4 grams per tablespoon, which is the equivalent of a full teaspoon of sugar per tablespoon of mayonnaise

Commercial mayo also contains a lot of artificial ingredients and additives like and MSG – while commercially produced mayo can can keep for months in the fridge, homemade mayo can keep for a week

Benefits Overview

Contains Vitamin E from the eggs and avocado oil

Also rich in vitamin K, and choline and potassium, selenium and sodium, vitamin D

Eggs

Choline

Choline is a precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine – specifically, choline is transported into the cell by a transporter protein in the membrane of the presynaptic neuron where it combines with acetyl CoA to synthesize the neurotransmitter acetylcholine

Acetylcholine prompts synaptogenesis, the healthy growth of synapses throughout the brain, which enhances memory encoding, and facilitates the action of all other neurotransmitters as they communicate messages
These communication-friendly conditions are known as “neuroplasticity” and neuroplasticity is correlated with learning and memory

Selenium

This is a nutrient that’s a key component of a healthy thyroid gland and it reduces inflammation by inhibiting NF-kB and its activation of interleukin-6 and TNF-alpha production

Selenium is also able to enhance proliferation of cytotoxic precursor cells, which give rise to the crucial T immune cells that fight cancer and viruses within the body

Selenium is also essential to the proper functioning of glutathione peroxidase – glutathione is 100% dependent on having a selenium atom at its core for proper function

In fact, selenium is what gives the enzyme its potency in preventing and cleaning up after destructive oxygen free radicals – as such, decreased selenium in the blood leads to decreased glutathione peroxidase activity

Vitamin D

T cells rely on vitamin D in order to activate and they would remain dormant, ‘naïve’ to the possibility of threat if vitamin D is lacking in the blood

When a T cell is exposed to a foreign pathogen, it extends a signaling device (vitamin D receptor) with which it searches for vitamin D
This means that the T cell must have vitamin D or activation of the cell will cease
Avocado Oil – 520 degrees F smoke point

Oleic Acid (Omega 9)

Oleic acid regulates the activity of adrenoceptor signaling pathways which direct the adrenergic receptors (α- and β-adrenoceptors) that help regulate blood pressure

Oleic acid replaces other omega fatty acids in cell membranes – since oleic acid is less susceptible to oxidation damage than omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, replacing these fatty acids with oleic acid protects your cell membranes from free radicals and other oxidative stressors

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is the shared name for a group of eight compounds which have antioxidant properties

Lemon

Pectin

Lemons contain a soluble fiber known as pectin that increases digestive health – pectin works by binding to fatty substances in the digestive tract, including cholesterol and toxins, and promotes their elimination

Means that pectin benefits the body’s detoxifying capabilities, helps regulate the body’s use of sugars and cholesterol, and improves gut and digestive health

Black Pepper

Consumption of pepper increases the hydrochloric acid secretion in the stomach, thereby facilitating digestion

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