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Organic Mayonnaise

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Product Certifications:

Organic Mayonnaise by Wildly Organic by Wilderness Family Naturals is USDA Certified Organic

Product Description:
SOY-FREE! CANOLA-FREE! DAIRY-FREE! Made with organic cage-free eggs!
Limited quantities available.

Wildly Organic by Wilderness Family Naturals has an organic mayonnaise like no other! This Paleo-friendly mayonnaise is made solely from traditional oils such as virgin coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil and unrefined sesame seed oil. Don't let problems with soy keep you from making potato salad, coleslaw, veggie dips or fresh tomato sandwiches! Our mayonnaise, made without soybean oil, is a delicious ingredient to include in your own sauces. Make your own tartar sauce by simply adding finely chopped dill pickles, hollandaise sauce, add it in pasta and tuna salads. Try this mayonnaise, you won't be sorry!

This certified organic mayonnaise is made from a special oil blend based on the writings of Dr. Mary Enig.

In this unique mayo you will discover the raw taste of a centrifuged olive oil with its olive taste, the raw tahini taste characteristic of sesame seeds and the gentle, sweet taste of raw coconuts. Each oil provides a very distinctive, natural flavor and the blend creates a product unlike any other mayonnaise on the market.

These oils each have their own distinctive color as well. You will notice this mayonnaise has a deep yellow hue. This is the result of the rich greenish-yellow color of the olive oil and the rich yellow-brown color of the unrefined sesame seed oil and the natural seasonings and egg yolks.

Caution: Mayo will separate at extremely high and low temperatures.
1. During the winter months we do not ship if it is bitterly cold, but rather wait for a break in the weather. When we do ship, it will be wrapped in a foil bubble wrap with a warming pack to ensure it does not freeze.
2. During the summer we use the same foil bubble, but include a freezer pack to keep the mayo from getting too hot.
3. We often do not ship on Thursdays or Fridays, if the weather will be extremely cold or hot over the weekend. Most locations are within 4 days delivery of our Minnesota location, so a shipment sent on Monday will be received before Friday. When we have more extreme weather and are concerned, we aim for Monday shipments, if at all possible.

Caution: Mayonnaise will separate at extremely high and low temperatures. Stir rapidly for 30 seconds (or use an immersion blender) to re-emulsify the mayonnaise.

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Karla Chandler
Nielsville MN


This is the best mayo I have ever had, when I share with friends they always complement my dish.

J Alexander Stanley

Vastly better than the old sweet stuff

I'm one of the folks who really did not like the original, excessively sweet version. The Summer 2015 version I'm tasting now is tangy and delicious. Yeah, the emulsion is a bit broken, but OMG! So yummy! I probably should knock off a coconut for the broken emulsion, but I have faith that you'll get that sorted out in the upcoming version.

K & T Lamont

Essential Product but Preferred Flavor of Original Formula

I use this mayo for all kind of dressings, dips and marinades- I wouldn't be without it.

Donna Chi

Soy in Egg Yolks

This looks fabulous, but chickens are fed so much soy today that their egg yolks are loaded with soy proteins. Of course, this is a problem for people sensitive to soy, and especially in a product like mayonaise. Please consider using soy-free eggs.

Note from Wildly Organic: Our mayonnaise is made from the yolks of eggs laid by cage-free chickens on a soy-free diet.

Joseph Kahler

Good mayo but

This batch I just purchased in Aug. 2013 is different. The texture is different and so is the ingredients list. They now use Xanthan Gum which is usually corn derived. It's still a good mayo, but it's not the same product as was offered at the beginning of the year... nor is it, IMO, quite as good. It is, however, still better than anything else out there on the grocery shelves!