I really liked it! It's been a couple months so the exact taste isn't coming to me. It was smooth. BUT, when I use mayo it's for a recipe that I've made for years and years and years and nothing really works but the brand I've always used flavor-wise. I'm not sure why I haven't bought more - it is now on my list!
"Count yourself...you ain't so many" - quote from Buck's Daddy
It is fine in tuna salad and deviled eggs and even on a
sandwich make with deli meat. It is a little thinner and smoother than the regular. But when it comes to tomato sandwiches, nothing but the original Hellmann's will do.
Just realized that you were asking about Kraft not Hellmann's. Not sure about the Kraft brand, I'm a Hellmann's gal.
I read a recipe for fake mayonaise. It is made from silken tofu instead of eggs. I havent tried it. Making mayonaise from tofu rather than eggs just feels a bit weird to me. I cant remember if oil goes in it or not.
Maybe after the son#2 goes to college next week and son#1 has moved out (started 2 weeks ago and still moving a carload a week!), I'll get a jar to try. They would be insulted with anything but the usual Kraft Real Mayo. I tried Dukes once since I had a coupon and boy did I hear about the "nasty" mayo! I myself liked Dukes and really didn't taste much difference. They don't care for Miracle Whip either.