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  1. Linh

    I’ve been making mayo with an immersion blender for years. Here’s some of my tips.

    1. Always use the lowest setting on the immersion blender. Diff brands have diff speeds and I found that the IB that are too strong don’t work.

    2. My recipe is a bit different. 1 cup oil and 1 whole egg. Easier to remember for me. Every other ingredient is for the taste so adjust it however you want. I add salt and white pepper and adjust for tart (lemon or vinegar) even after its set. I also always add garlic as I like the taste. Sometimes I make curry mayo and add curry powder.

    3. I find the EVOO too strong a flavor and it overpowers the true mayo flavor. I used avocado oil instead.


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