Share via Email Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's basic mayonnaise: The base for all manner of mayonnaise variations. Colin Campbell for the Guardian Homemade mayonnaise is so different from anything you can buy in a jar that it's worth making at least once — even if only to see what all the fuss is about. I've got plenty of time for ready-made mayo — I keep a decent organic variety in my fridge, which I dispense freely for greedy sandwiches and impromptu sauces — but the homemade stuff is something else altogether. Try a batch and you'll see that you've made not just something better, but also something utterly different. Shop-bought mayo has a blandness and often a slight vinegary edge that, in poor examples, take it into salad cream territory.
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