Skip to comments.Miracle Whip Versus Mayonnaise
Posted on 06/09/2012 9:04:20 PM PDT by FoxPro
I am torn over this.
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If you were to make the best BLT in the world tonight, what would you use?
I am quite serious about this.
Add a dash of Worcestershire sauce to Hellmans mayo. Gives it a nice tangy flavor, especially in tuna fish.
So is Hellmans the conservative spread of choice?
Is Miracle Whip a liberal indicator?
Should I start shunning Miracle Whip users from my life?
Miracle Whip original for BLT since the 40’s, has a little more “kick” to it. I buy and keep on hand both that and Hellman’s for other recipes.
I am surprised that you are indecisive about this. Most persons like one and hate the other. I can’t stand the taste of Miracle Whip. It is real mayonnaise or I wont eat it. Same is true for real butter and sugared soft drinks. Can’t stand butter and sugar substitutes. In my opinion A BLT without mayonnaise is not a BLT>
Same thing with ice cream: Edy’s east of the Mississippi, and Dreyer’s Grand west of it (I think).
Autocorrect sucks. The first time it changed deviled into defiled; the second, devised, both good alternatives but incorrect.
My sister uses Miracle Whip in her potato salad. I use mayonnaise and a little bit of yellow mustard. I think mine is the best!
Of course the answer is mayonnaise. What is wrong with you?
Let me put it this way, if you wanted waffles, would you buy the frozen ones you pop in the toaster or would you mix up the batter and cook them yourself.
Conservatives do not consume toaster waffles and they only use real mayonnaise.
Miracle Whip is much too sweet.
Best Foods Mayonaise.
Miracle Whip, no contest.
I love the sandwich on dill bread, lightly toasted, and with a thin slice of pepperjack cheese.
Raised on Best Food’s but Blue Plate and Duke’s is pretty good. Heard good stuff about Cain’s up in Maine too.
Here is your answer:
In its most authentic form, mayos a pretty simple affair: raw egg yolks, oil, lemon juice or vinegar, and spices. Not much room for improvement.
In 1933, Kraft Foods thought differently. Inventor Charles Chapmans patented emulsifying machine allowed regular mayonnaise to be evenly blended with cheaper dressings and more than 20 different spices (plus sugar). The result was Miracle Whip, which debuted at the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair. Promising to create “Salad Miracles with Miracle Whip Salad Dressing,” the Whip was an instant hit (Note: Its not known if the dressing is responsible for any non-salad-related miracles.)
The main difference between Miracle Whip and mayonnaise are the sweeteners: high-fructose corn syrup and sugar are the fourth and fifth ingredients, respectively, of Miracle Whip.
Absolutely, Hellman’s mayo. Each brand has a slightly different flavor and I like Hellman’s best..also for my tuna salad sandwich.
I grew up on Miracle Whip. If I NEVER EVER see another jar of that junk it’ll be too soon.
I just never gave it much thought until tonight. I just bought whatever was on sale.
*ducks and runs*
This is one of those questions without resolution.
This is along the lines of asking -— Ginger, or Mary Anne.
Some will say they always wanted Ginger, and others will reject Ginger, in spite of her alluring nature, and go right for Mary Anne.
Make your own mayonnaise. It’s easy plus you become French. OK forget that. It’s the best mayonnaise. Just don’t try to keep it after you make your batch. It has raw eggs and I need not say more.
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