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Oops, did not know there was such a section. I had thought of putting it in general chit chat, though, bit felt kitchen tips were a genre unto themselves.
 

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You have to scroll waaay down the page to get the recipe on the link, but here it is. Couldn’t copy and paste it, dunno why, when the link copied and pasted fine.

So here’s it is, I found a half teaspoon of salt a tad too salty, you might want to reduce it, or not

Ingredients
1 half cup canola oil
1 quarter cup milk
1 tsp apple cider vinegar (vinegar is necessary to thicken)
1 half teaspoon salt or to taste
1 eighth teaspoon turmeric (for colour,optional)
1 Teaspoon Dijon mustard (I used Keen’s dry mustard)

Add all ingredients to container
Whip ( I used wand blender) for 20 seconds or longer for thicker mayo)

You can add other seasonings to taste, this is the basic recipe
 

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Just oil made from canola grain which is another name for rapeseed, I believe. Any mild oil will do, but I have read that olive oil is too strongly flavoured for mayo, though I have never found it so.
 
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