What is Mayonot?
Let's get one thing clear right up front. This is not a mayonnaise substitute -- there is no fat or oil of any kind, nor eggs or freaky egg substitutes (yeah, we're talking about you, bean water). Mayonot is a mild, savory cauliflower sauce that visually, is not unlike mayo, and functionally, can play the role of mayo in adding moisture to a sandwich or as binder to a chicken salad. Whew. Glad we got that out of the way. And way unlike mayo (or fake mayos), Mayonot has zero calories per serving.
What can I put Mayonot on?
Pretty much anything you would put mayo on. Maybe even more since it is so darn good for you.
What else is in Mayonot?
Besides cauliflower, there's (in order of prominence), rice and white vinegar, yellow bell peppers, onions, water, garlic, pear, horseradish, lemon, kosher salt and spices.
How good for you is Mayonot?
Take a look:
Is Mayonot gluten free, vegan, paleo, kito, whole30 etc.?
Sure, why not. And whatever other new diet fad that comes along that is low or no sugar, fat, carb, sodium, preservatives, whatever.
How is it possible Mayonot has 0 calories per serving?
Technically, it has less than 5 calories per serving but the way the overlords at the FDA chose to standardize is to round down in multiples of five.
How does Mayonot have no added sugar?
We add only a little fresh pear to sweeten it.
Is Mayonot organic?
Dude. No, not entirely. Some ingredients are but it varies batch to batch based on availability. Would we like to be 100% organic? Sure, and when we are able to crank out enough volume we can buy organic ingredients in super large quantities, then sure, we will do it. So buy some today and help us get there.
Sheesh, touchy much? Ok, so is Mayonot at least "natural"?
Hmmm, well, the FDA does not "object" to the use of the term if the product does not contain added color, artificial flavors, or synthetic substances. None of which we add to Mayonot intentionally. So, sure.
Mayonot is patented?
No, it is patent pending. That means if you try and make your own version and bring it to market we will eventually be able to sue the crap out of you. So please don't, we hate wasting money on lawyers. If you want to license ayonot and make your own version, just talk to us. We are reasonable people.
What's up with the caterpillar?
No, there is no added caterpillar in Mayonot or any of our products. At least not on purpose ;). The caterpillar is Karl. He loooooves kale. And he used to spend all day chewing and chewing and chewing kale, rarely if ever satisfied (link to Kalechup TV ad illustrating this). Then he discovered Kalechup, and now he can chug kale goodness whenever he feels like it. He loves Kalechup so much, he offered to be our spokesperson for all our products. Of course we accepted. And BTW, the internet rumors are totally false, Karl has NOT undergone surgery or is taking medication to avoid transforming into a cabbage moth. Fake news!