This recipe is adapted from one by Sir Kensington's, the condiment company in New York that uses chickpea liquid, or aquafaba, to make its vegan mayonnaise Vegans have embraced the liquid, which whips up instantly into peaks and froths and retains none of its bean-like flavors, and works perfectly as a leavener and as a base for delicious homemade mayo.
AVOCADO MAYO | Serves 6 | 2 Avocados, 1tbs White Vinegar, Juice of ½ Lemon, ⅛t garlic powder, ⅛t onion powder, Sea Salt (to taste) In a food processor, blend all the ingredients until smooth. Add salt to taste. To store: place plastic wrap in direct contact to the mayo to prevent browning; it should last well for 1-2 days in the fridge.
Best Egg free Mayo :) -- I did some replacements and additions as usual: Hemp milk, fish/cod liver oil (plain!!), honey, and added 1 TBS of ground flax --Tastes great already we shall see after it sets in the fridge more ;)