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    Mayonnaise substitute (for tuna)

    What else can you mix tuna with except mayonnaise?
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    Use smart balance light mayo....it only got 5g fat, which are efa's none is sat fat.
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    Mustard is a good alternative to mayo. I prefer mixing my tuna with some hot sauce or Tabassco.
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    I've used both milk and water. Now I don't use anything. Do you want a mayo substitute for consistency or taste?
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    I get low fat mayo. Works for me
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    Mustard or buy in vegetable oil/mix with olive oil
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    mustard works great for me...
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    Originally posted by Odan
    Do you want a mayo substitute for consistency or taste?
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    I am cutting and just use mustard. Yummy :P If you look at the salad dressing or health isle of your local grocery store(especially publix) I know you can find some interesting sub's for mayo just look around.
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    Originally posted by KMW
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    cottage cheese has more sat fat and sodium than mayo...
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    i mix my tuna with pickled ginger and balsamic vinegar... sometimes if i want to spice things up i would add some thai dried chilli flakes.

    recently i tried blending tuna with oatmeal and heat it up a little bit, to my surprise it tasted rather good! i think it would taste even better if a table spoon of oil is added in. (flax oil/ olive oil?)

    or smashing tuna with sweet potatoes...
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    try some salsa.
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    Originally posted by Lumiere


    or smashing tuna with sweet potatoes...
    I'll have to try that. I smash mine with regular potatoes and then put a few drops of tabasco or a spoon full of salsa in there. I love it but it sure stinks up the cafeteria at work when lunch time comes.
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    oh yeah, imagine smashed sweet potatoes with tuna and a squeeze of lime and some chilli... hmmm.
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    Try some FF yogurt...works really well....has almost the same consistancy as Mayo except well....healthy...no fat or sat fat or anything.,..
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    A quick heads up about low fat mayo. Generally, low fat versions have added sugar to make up for the reduction in fat. Most won't put sugar content on the labels because of this, but when you see the carbs double and sugar move up to the first ingredient on the list, you know somethings up.

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    My italian mother in law (great cook) suggested relish and I thought it could be a good idea.

    Here are the nutrition facts:

    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 TBSP
    Servings Per Container 34

    Amount Per Serving

    Calories 15 Calories from Fat 0

    % Daily Value*

    Total Fat 0g 0%
    Saturated Fat 0g 0%

    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

    Sodium 120mg 5%

    Potassium 0 0%

    Total Carbohydrate 4g 1%
    Dietary Fiber 0g 0
    Sugars 3g
    Other Carbohydrate 0%

    Protein 0g

    What do you guys think of it?
    I am looking for a mayo substitute because of "taste/flavor" not consistency.
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    mayo substitutes...

    Instead of bread, what about a flour tortilla? 1 tortilla = 130 Calories, 30 Calories from Fat, 3g Total Fat, 23g Carbs, Dietary Fiber 2g, Protein 3g.

    Also no fat free mayo here. Can a healthy sub (for mayo) be Dijonnaise Mustard? Serving size 10g has 96 Kj Energy (whatever that is?), .03g Protein, 1.3g Total Fat, 0.1g Sat Fat, 2.6g Carbs, 1.9g Sugars.

    Or what about the BBQ Sauce suggestion? Kraft Steakhouse Style BBQ Sauce? ServSize 2 Tbsp, 50 Calories, no Fat, 12g Total Carb, 11g Sugar, No protein or any other values.

    Could these be healthy substitutes?
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    just use a tbsp or 2 of lite mayo. i make my tuna with that and a little relish and i'm doing just fine over here. you'll burn off the 40 calories that the light mayo has by walking from the fridge to the kitchen table. dont worry bout it.
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    Originally Posted by PJ40
    Try Balsamic Vinegar

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    Originally Posted by spooledup
    cottage cheese has more sat fat and sodium than mayo...

    not the 1% sodium free..lol
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    I make good use of Tabasco Sauce. Also, Gulden's Spicy Brown Mustard.

    BTW, I just tried chili flavored mustard from Plochman's. I've put some on a baked potato, and it's pretty friggin' good! It even looks a bit like chili. One teaspoon is labled at 0 calories.
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    Originally Posted by racv2
    My italian mother in law (great cook) suggested relish and I thought it could be a good idea.

    Here are the nutrition facts:

    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 TBSP
    Servings Per Container 34

    Amount Per Serving

    Calories 15 Calories from Fat 0

    % Daily Value*

    Total Fat 0g 0%
    Saturated Fat 0g 0%

    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

    Sodium 120mg 5%

    Potassium 0 0%

    Total Carbohydrate 4g 1%
    Dietary Fiber 0g 0
    Sugars 3g
    Other Carbohydrate 0%

    Protein 0g

    What do you guys think of it?
    I am looking for a mayo substitute because of "taste/flavor" not consistency.
    Thanks


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    I second the Relish recommendation. That stuff tastes great on Tuna.





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    I go with mustard or hot sauce if I don't use mayo....
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    salsa,hot sauce or japelno peppers
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