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PB&J;: Smucker's natural PB, Bonne Maman strawberry preserves, Pepperidge Farm whole grain, bread is grilled, not toasted, so one side is chewy. Plus French vanilla coffee. Breakfast of champions! Or maybe not :-)

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There was inedible cookie dough? Fear of foodborne illness never stopped me.

Egg-xactly :whistle:

If you want to go all culinary on it. I am sure you could make cookie dough by tempering the eggs. Of course eggs are pasteurized, so the odds of catching any foodborne illness is very low.

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I'll take the homemade batter too, especially given the pricing. Just didn't know it was a thing.

How about this;

Saw it in the supermarket recently. Tempted.

maybe if I was flying into space!  Reminds me of Tang!

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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

So, what say you?

Real stuff all the way. If possible, homemade is the best. Though I did grow up with Hellmann's, so that is always a classic for me.

Miracle Whip does not meet the minimum requirement of 65% vegetable oil to be labeled as mayonnaise as dictated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Really, didn't know that Mayo needed to have at least 65% vegetable oil. I am sure there are plenty of other oils out there that could work :whistle:

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We didn't have a lot to eat many times when I was growing up but we usually had bread, mayonnaise, and milk.

Since I ate a million mayonnaise sandwiches one would think I wouldn't like them anymore but I still sometimes sneak a mayonnaise sandwich for desert or a snack. ;-)

Real mayonnaise for me and Hellmann's is my favorite but I'm not picky enough to not eat other brands.

P.S. My wife likes Miracle Whip better and always keeps a jar of that. I'll eat it but it's not really my thing if I have a choice.

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