Alternative Mayonnaise and Mustard for Dressing

A friend started her new candida protocol yesterday and is really excited! She mailed me asking for some easy candida recipes. She is now drinking 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (Bragg’s) in a glass of water before every meal. She is taking 3 yeast fighters, drinking Pau D’Arco tea throughout the day, and taking a yeast free multivitamin. In addition to this, she has been taking 50-100 mg of 5htp everyday for a few months. She made some really great salad dressing from Bragg’s and olive oil last night. It is so far, so good.

She has a few cans of tuna, which she knows she probably shouldn’t eat them since they are canned foods. But, finances are forcing her to. She doesnt know what she can dress them up with. Before, she thought about mustard and mayo, and then she heard they have vinegar that making them no good. Also, she said that she is not a very good cook and need to know how to cook a tri-tip roast.

For your information, you can make your own mayonnaise which uses lemon juice instead of vinegar. Here is the recipe.

– 2 yolks of eggs
– 1/8 teaspoon of salt
– 1-1/2 cups of olive oil
– 4 tablespoons of lemon juice

In a small bowl, put the egg yolks and add a half teaspoon lemon juice and the salt. Mix it well and add the oil gradually, drop by drop but faster as you proceed. Stir constantly and thin it with lemon juice as the mixture thickens,. Add the lemon juice and oil alternately until all of them is used, and then stirring or beating constantly. You can also add fresh garlic to make an aioli and dip your artichokes in it.

Natural Value (a health brand name) makes wonderful yellow mustard that is made with Apple Cider Vinegar. You can get it in most health food stores or have them order it, if they don’t stock it. You could also put the tuna in a big bowl of lettuce and mix it up, making a very filling salad.

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