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Old Sat, Jan-25-20, 05:59
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Fascinating. Nothing wrong with Hollandaise sauce!
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Old Mon, Jan-27-20, 01:51
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There's a keto restaurant in Vegas I just found (PROTEINHOUSE), and emailed them as to what kind of oil they use to cook, and got a great response:

Thank you for reaching out.

We only use EVOO and Coconut Oil for all our cooking purposes.

Let me know if you have any other questions and thank you for being the best part of our company!


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Their high protein burgers intrigue me. They have a Portobello Sandwich listed there.
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Old Mon, Jan-27-20, 03:23
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There's a keto restaurant in Vegas I just found (PROTEINHOUSE), and emailed them as to what kind of oil they use to cook, and got a great response:

Thank you for reaching out.

We only use EVOO and Coconut Oil for all our cooking purposes.

Let me know if you have any other questions and thank you for being the best part of our company!


________ ______
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Their high protein burgers intrigue me. They have a Portobello Sandwich listed there.


WOW. That's a cheerful development.
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Old Fri, Feb-21-20, 16:56
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Anyone try making mayo with the coconut oil that remains liquid at room temp???? CO refined is tasteless, so might be a good option to replace veg oil.
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Old Fri, Feb-21-20, 21:36
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Anyone try making mayo with the coconut oil that remains liquid at room temp???? CO refined is tasteless, so might be a good option to replace veg oil.



I would like to know too. I just got a new jar because my other one is running low. I love that stuff. By itself it smells like an Almond Joy
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Anyone try making mayo with the coconut oil that remains liquid at room temp???? CO refined is tasteless, so might be a good option to replace veg oil.
For vegetable oil less mayo, good ingredients; two great options that taste great to me:

Primal Kitchen avocado oil mayo and Chosen Foods avocado oil mayo



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For vegetable oil less mayo, good ingredients; two great options that taste great to me:

Primal Kitchen avocado oil mayo and Chosen Foods avocado oil mayo





The ingredients look great!
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Anyone make homemade with refined coconut oil??
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RE: homemade mayo discussion...

And then there is this... Bacon Mayo!


I am absolutely gonna have to try this just as soon as I have a cupful of bacon drippings saved! I mean "bacon mayo" in chicken salad? "Bacon mayo" in egg salad? "Bacon mayo" on a burger? YUM! YUM! and YUM!



I'm having a hard time thinking of anything I use mayonnaise in or on that wouldn't taste even better with a bit of bacon flavor. LOL!
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