These past couple of days, I could not wake up to have lunch due to eye pain. On Monday November 26, I was fortunate to have lunch. Instead of eating salad like the other day, I had some brown rice with the ingredients in the salad such as beetroot, wavy green vegetables, turkey and fish sauce. Last week, I had turkey but did not have sauce to go with it. Yesterday, I had turkey with fish sauce and ginger. I try not to eat a lot of meat. I limit eating meat twice a week. I usually did not fill the small bowl with a lot of rice, leaving room for food. I was careful about what I ate and left out rice with dark spots. Next time when I have salad again, I would like to add an egg.
Then later, I had a piece of brown bread with various seeds. I spread 1 teaspoon of organic Mayonnaise on the bread and beetroot. It was my first time eating beetroot with brown bread and Mayonnaise. It was interesting to try a new way of eating. At first, I did not want to eat Mayonnaise partly because I thought it would be sour. I have gotten used to the taste of Mayonnaise and start to like it. It is like "you would not know until you try it several times." I rather make Mayonnaise from a recipe. I would like to know how they produce Mayonnaise and if there is anything harmful in the process. It says "Best by Jul. 16, 13" which indicates that it has preservatives. Which preservatives does Trader Joe's use for organic Mayonnaise? Sometimes, they might have left out certain nutrients. In the ingredients, they list organic lemon juice concentrate. I prefer fresh lemon juice squeezed from a cut lemon. If I get to eat home-made Mayonnaise one day then I can decide what to put in it and make sure that it is safe for my health. Do you make your own Mayonnaise? Which recipe do you use to make Mayonnaise? Please share it.
I almost run out of Trader Joe's Organic Mayonnaise. While I still have the jar with me, I will list Nutrition Facts and ingredients in Trader Joe's Organic Mayonnaise below:
16 fl oz (1PT) 473ml
Serv. size 1 tbsp (14g)
Fat Cal. 100
Total Fat 11g
Sat. Fat 1.5g
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsat. Fat 6g
Monounsat. Fat 2.5g
Sodium 85mg 4%DV
Total Carb. 0g
Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 0%, Iron 0%
Organic expeller pressed soybean oil, water, organic pasteurized egg yolks, organic whole eggs, organic white vinegar, salt, organic white mustard (organic distilled vinegar, water, organic mustard seed, salt, organic spices), organic lemon juice concentrate.
Does expeller pressed mean cold pressed?
I would like to post the regular Mayonnaise in this post to show the difference between organic Mayonnaise and the regular one (plan to update).
I wrote yesterday, Monday November 26. . . above and had to edit it to "On Monday November 26,. . ." because I started this post near the end of November and did not finish it until the beginning of December. Due to severe eye pain and toe injuries, it has taken me a long time to finish a post.
In this video, Natalie explains how to choose healthy bread to eat. Natalie, thank you.
Where to get Ezekiel bread? The brown bread that I've been eating is heavy and it has helped me to have bowel movement.
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