I love... and I mean absolutely LOVE Meatball Subs. Whether I make them at home or go to a Pizza Shop...
One place that I recently started getting subs from no longer allows me to make them the way I like.
I started putting mayo on the bun BEFORE cooking/grilling the sub. I love the taste of the mayo soaking into the bun. For the past 2+ years I've been doing this and have never gotten sick. However, this place doesn't allow me to put the mayo on before grilling it stating that it is a health risk.
I was told (in the past) that Mayo doesn't spoil in heat, but it spoils when left *out* in the sun where it has more than just heat affecting it (you leave almost anything out it will spoil). But if you keep the mayo well kept before cooking it that it should be fine when baked/cooked/grilled. I have seen many-a recipe that includes mayo (Kraft even suggested it as an *alternative* to butter in Mac'N'Cheese, of course I only saw that on one box in my entire life).
So, the question is:
Is it bad to cook/bake/or in my case, grille Mayo/Miracle Whip? I figured since some Mayo recipies (that actually make mayo) have you cook it... and since I cook eggs all the time it'd be the same thing... as long as the mayo is in good shape to begin with.
Thank you for anyone with the answer. If it's a 50/50 split, I will keep doing my thing and then post when/if I ever get sick (and it being from the mayo not from the meat or tomato sauce which also have bad reputations).
P.S. I don't need any advice telling me how unhealthy this habit is... it's not a daily thing and I do keep myself well trim and eat fairly healthy... but everyone needs to indulge at times...