I don't typically eat a lot of Mayo. In fact, the only time I ever eat it is during the summer, with a thin layer on a whole-wheat (with home-made bread of course!) turkey sandwich, piled with tomato slices, lettuce, and, if I'm lucky, a slice of smoked provolone cheese.
And, since it is nearly summer (or at least it feels like it), I went to the store to get mayo, since I didn't have any in the fridge. As per the usual these days, I checked the ingredients, and the first ingredient was soy oil.
On every single bottle, of every single brand.
Including the kind made with olive oil. And the fake mayo (what's the called again? I can't remember...)
That thin little layer of mayo adds so much flavor to my summer sandwiches, so it's kind of a downer that mayo isn't an option anymore.
So, for now, I am on the search for a mayo substitute. Please don't suggest mustard. I'm trying to like it, but it's not going well. But if you have any non-mustard, soy-free suggestions, I'd love to hear them!