This versatile almond mayonnaise can be used for sandwich toppings, salad dressings and even as a dip for your favorite vegetables.
This recipe appears in The Body Ecology Diet, 9th edition and is adapted from The American Vegetarian Cookbook, a masterpiece by Marilyn Diamond, co-founder of the Fit For Life movement. While Marilyn has included it in her book as an alternative to mayonnaise made with eggs, we think it makes an excellent party dip or snack food when served with raw vegetables.
Looking for more delicious things to do with almonds? Try making fermented almond hummus, using our culture starter. Body Ecology culture starters are full of beneficial bacteria that you need for digestion and overall health.
This will keep 10 days - 2 weeks.
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