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Old 10-05-2008, 09:45 PM   #11
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Breezy I am completely with you, I just had it for the first time and was not impressed at all. It is ok enough that I will not throw it away but I will not hesitate to buy the good ol TNT regular next time! I didn't buy it for any health reasons but I was hoping for the flavor to be a bit nicer than it wasOh well, never know till you try it, I just wish they had given out samples first instead of having this big ol jar of it...

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Old 10-06-2008, 01:45 AM   #12
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Oh, Breezy - I understand how you might feel betrayed by a trusted friend like Hellman. There is a difference between Hellman's Real Mayonaise and Hellmann's Mayonnaise Dressing With Extra Virgin Olive Oil, or their Dijonnaise Mustard. They are no more real mayo, or mustard, than Miracle Whip!

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Old 10-06-2008, 09:32 AM   #13
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I know - sniff, sniff. For some reason I just thought it would taste like regular mayo but with a little bit of fragrant olive-oil "oomph". Instead, as you said, I got little more than "Miracle Whip". It's not God-awful or anything - just not to my taste. Luckily I've already managed to use up 1/2 the jar in some highly-seasoned baked fish dishes & in a fair number of BLT's due to the influx of late garden tomatoes. Will soon be able to go back to my trusted basic friend - lol!

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