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Real Aioli – Egg-Free Garlic "Mayonnaise" – Vegan Aioli Recipe


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  1. I usually add a teaspoon of mustard instead of the lemon and it gives the perfect amount of tartness. And if you add water (after you made your "special" mayonnaise) one spoon at a time, you get a delicious sauce/dipping sauce that you can add to fries or steak or whatever

  2. I think I've been subscribed to you for so long that I'm pretty sure you already did a video on this. Nonetheless, it's good to be reminded!


    ok so now i got my food wish across id like to say that i am an aspiring young cook who loves your videos, thankyou so much and i apreciate every single video, the thought and time and care put into all your work doesn't go un noticed. Also. i think a series on kombucha would be nice 🙂 thanks again!

  4. This looks like a another reason to grill some steaks!

    Did anyone else get sidetracked by the Belgian ale reference?
    My mind flashed to a large gold rimmed glass goblet of Gouden Carolus Grand Cru.

    Thanks Chef!

  5. I'm catalan, from where this was "invented". The actual word is All-i-oli. All means garlic "i" means and; and oli is "oil".
    It is pronunciate somewhat like this: Aye- E -oli

    We put this to everything, mostly bbq meat, toast (in real bread), fries, etc. Don't look for a girlfriend after eating a bunch of this. 😉

  6. What's wrong with pre-peeled garlic? I always see it at the store and think to myself, "Golly, that looks so convenient. It must have some deep, dark secret I don't know about, otherwise everyone would be buying it."

    Is it a front for the mafia?

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