Why Mayonnaise is the Best Condiment

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Why Mayonnaise is the Best Condiment

Cole Noss, Staff Writer

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I don’t know why you’re here. Maybe you’re interested, or maybe you’re just a man who likes who has some downtime in class. Anyways, you are here to discover more about the best condiment, mayonnaise.

It all started by back in 1806 when the sauce was created by Alexandre Viard. The “bayonnaise,” as referred to by Grimod de La Reyniere, had good consistency and worthy roles in ornament poultry and fish salads. From there it was used in the Mediterranean and was traced originally back to Spain.

Mayonnaise is a combination of raw egg yolks, gelatine, and veal brain glaze. Terrine salad and lemon juice are mixed to start this delicacy. Then you slowly combine and mix vinegar and oil before adding greens makes this delicious sauce.

Finally, we will go over some general uses for the perfect parfait that is mayonnaise. First is its uses an instrument (Spongebob anyone?). This delicacy can be put in sandwiches as sides, or used as a dip for fries. With everywhere from Chile to Japan commercially selling jars of mayonnaise for at home The US alone consumes 2 billion dollars worth of mayonnaise per year. That is almost 3 times the ketchup market.

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