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March 22, 2016Reviewer: DAWN in New York* I purchased the Honey Mustard Mayo, hoping it would be a replacement for regular honey mustard dressing/dip. Straight out of the jar, I'm not gunna lie, it's pretty horrific. It is so sweet and artificial tasting, I didn't think there'd be any saving it. I'm happy to say I was wrong. After mixing it with sour cream and spicy brown mustard to taste, it became a dead ringer for traditional honey mustard, even better than most.This review is specific to Mayo, Honey Mustard
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJune 20, 2011Reviewer: Deanna in Illinois* Walden Mayo has helped me keep 30 lbs off by mixing 2 jars of Walden with 1 jar of regular mayo. I do that with other Walden products to keep the flavor but lower the fat, calories and carbs. Love it!
June 03, 2011Reviewer: A customer in Missouri* It's not exactly Mayo, but makes a good substitute. I use it in tuna or chicken salad. Also I noticed if you mix it up a little before use, it's a little bit creamier.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJune 20, 2009Reviewer: Mary in Texas* The first time I tried this, I used it as traditional mayo on a sandwich and to make tuna salad. It was terrible! However, I gave it another go, this time using it to replace sour cream when making beans (with pico de gallo and guacamole). I like it much better as a sour cream replacement than as a mayo replacement. It has a "whang," that more closely replicates the sour bite of sour cream, than of traditional mayo. It's very thick, but if I need it to be softer, I just spoon out the amount needed and microwave it for a few moments. After heating it the first time, I'm totally hooked, now! I adore Walden Farms for allowing me to eat "normal foods" while maintaining a low-calorie eating plan.