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Jul 15, 2017
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A lot of people like Vegenaise and I used to be one of them. Then I discovered Just. Compared to Just, Vegenaise is slimy and terrible. Unlike other vegan mayonnaises I have seen, which are always sold in the special natural/organic section of the grocery store, Just is sold in the regular mayonnaise section, and unlike Vegenaise, it does not require refrigeration before you open it, just like regular mayonnaise. I addition to Just, another vegan mayonnaise is sold in the regular mayonnaise section now, which is Hellman’s Vegan Mayonnaise. I have not tried this, but I assume it’s similar to Just, so it’s probably pretty good.

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Not a lot of difference in the ingredients, aside from one is mainly soy and the other pea protein. I might be inclined, personally, to buy the product without Calcium Disodium EDTA.

JUST - Ingredients: Expeller-Pressed Canola Oil, Water, Modified Food Starches, White Distilled Vinegar, Sugar, Contains less than 2% of Garlic Puree (garlic, citric acid), Lemon Juice Concentrate, Pea Protein, Salt, Spice, Tapioca Maltodextrin, Fruit and Vegetable Juice (color), Calcium Disodium EDTA (preservative).

Veganaise - Ingredients: Organic Expeller-Pressed Soybean Oil, Filtered Water, Organic Brown Rice Syrup, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Sea Salt, Organic Soy Protein, Organic Mustard Flour, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate. Contains: Soy
I usually get Veganaise, but one day I was at Trader Joes and all they had was their own brand of "Reduced Fat Mayonaise". It's eggless and dairy free. I don't like it that much though.

Recently I have found I really like vegan aioli. I recently ran out so I don't know the brand. I get the garlic flavored one.

I plan not on buying any more until I finish the TJ mayo. I'm afraid it might go bad.
I've never been a fan of mayo at all, really. I used to eat Miracle Whip instead. Haven't found a decent replacement for that. But I did purchase JUST Mayo by recommendation of a friend who's omni and he says it's better than traditional mayo. I use it when I make chickpea salad or when I have the occasional veggie burger.
Veganaise is still my favorite but due to cost I buy just mayo instead. I find veganaise to taste lighter than just. I've tried the hellman's and I don't like it as much. It's more vinegary than just. Aldi's also has their own brand of eggless mayo but it's way too oily.