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7 of the best vegan mayo brands – period 

 

What is vegan mayo made out of?

I’ve found that some homemade vegan mayo recipes have oil, vinegar, lemon juice, and mustard.

And, some storebought vegan mayonnaise bottles may have soy protein, soy milk, plant-based milk’s, canola oil, sunflower oil, or even chickpeas.

Do you have a favorite homemade vegan mayo? Share it with us in the comments.

And, if you try one of these storebought vegan mayo brands, share your thoughts! I would love to hear from you.

Follow Your Heart ®

Follow Your Heart is known for dairy alternatives and the very popular “vegenaise” that was developed in early 1970’s. If you need allergy-friendly options, such as vegan cheese, dips, spreads, dressings, and even vegan egg’s, Follow Your Heart is a great brand to check out.

The original vegenaise is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO.

I typically find Follow Your Heart vegan mayo at Erewhon, Gelson’s, and Albertson’s.

Follow Your Heart – Soy-Free Vegenaise® (gluten-free, vegan) (organic and non-organic)
Follow Your Heart – Reduced Fat Vegenaise® (gluten-free, vegan)
Follow Your Heart – Original Vegenaise® (gluten-free, vegan)
Follow Your Heart – Grapeseed Oil Vegenaise®
Follow Your Heart – Organic Vegenaise®

 

Spectrum Organics

Spectrum Organics offers a wide range of oils, vinegar, mayonnaise, and shortening. The oils are organic and non-GMO. Also, the oils are premium expeller-pressed and cold-pressed.

The vegan light canola oil is gluten-free and vegan. One tablespoon is only 35 calories and made without hydrogenated oil and artificial preservatives.

I can typically find their vegan mayo at popular stores, such as Target and Walmart.

Spectrum Organics – Vegan Light Canola Oil
Spectrum Organics – Vegan Light Canola Oil Squeeze

 

Sir Kensington’s

Sir Kensington offers five main condiments. The ranch dressing is dairy-free and sugar-free. The ketchup is made without high fructose corn syrup. And, fabanaise is the only vegan mayo made with aquafaba (chickpeas and water).

I can typically find the fabanaise at Whole Foods, Sprouts Farmers Market, Erewhon Markets, Ralph’s, Gelson’s, Rainbow Acres, and Pavilions. And, if you live outside of the United States, you can order Sir Kensingtons products online at Vitacost.

Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise (TM) – Classic Fabanaise
Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise (TM) – Chipotle Fabanaise
Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise (TM) – Avocado Oil Fabanaise

 

Earth Balance

Earth Balance is a vegan plant-based brand that offers spreads, baking sticks, dressings, nut butters, crackers, snacks, and meals. I have found that Earth Balance is a very allergy friendly line. If you live outside of the United States, you can see Earth Balance on Vitacost and Lucky Vitamin.

The mindful original mayo is vegan, dairy-free, lactose-free, gluten-free, egg free, soy free, non-GMO, and made without preservatives.

Earth Balance Mindful Original
Earth Balance Mindful Organic
Earth Balance Mindful Olive Oil

 

Vegan Nayonaise Sandwich Spread

 

365 Everyday Value Organic Vegan Mayo

 

Trader Joe’s Vegan Spread And Dressing

Vegan Mayo At Target

Spectrum Organics – Vegan Light Canola Oil

Spectrum Organics – Vegan Light Canola Oil Squeeze

 

Vegan Mayo on Amazon

Follow Your Heart

 

Vegan Mayo At Whole Foods 

Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise

Vegan Nayonaise Sandwich Spread

365 Everyday Value Organic Vegan Mayo

 

Vegan Mayo At Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s Vegan Spread And Dressing

 

Vegan Mayo on Instacart 

It will vary based on zip code, but I typically find Sir Kensington’s and Earth Balance.

What is the best tasting vegan mayo?

Share your thoughts with us. Give us a recipe to try. Tell me about your favorite storebought vegan mayo.

I would like to see vegan mayo be more accessible to consumers. Not everyone enjoys making homemade condiments. I get it. We have long days. And, sometimes, we just want to squeeze a bottle of mayo over Indian spiced fries or fried fish sticks and call it a happy meal.

Many of you may know that I live in Los Angeles. I see pizza shacks and Starbucks on every corner. But, my closest grocery store doesn’t sell vegan mayo.

While places like Instacart and Amazon are making it easier for us to access allergy-friendly options, let’s spread the word that we want vegan mayo in all grocery stores by 2020. Then – we can all have happy meals.

Do you think we can do it?

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