Masquerading Mayonnaise

31 Mar
Real Mayonnaise

Real Mayonnaise

Real Mayonnaise – Real Mayonnaise.

My only thought worth publishing or writing about recently has happened today. I was in the kitchen wondering what to eat. Looking at Asda own brand mayonnaise and realising I have never seen mayonnaise that does not have somewhere. A label stating “Real Mayonnaise”. Now it got me to thinking. When have I ever not had “Real Mayonnaise”

What constitutes, mayonnaise. What in essence could something be that is masquerading mayonnaise and not real mayonnaise.

I am confused about my food.


3 Responses to “Masquerading Mayonnaise”

  1. chloë 1 April, 2009 at 1:42 pm #

    haha i really don’t know either, do tell me when you find out 😉 x

  2. slightlyignorant 1 April, 2009 at 7:56 pm #

    Perhaps the Mayonnaise has a complex – it’s always worried that others will be copying it and it wants to make sure the world knows it is real. And so, it proclaims itself as such. The trouble will begin once those MASQUERADING as Mayo will proclaim themselves as real also!

  3. girlslashwoman 14 April, 2009 at 2:00 am #

    That is disturbing. Because if the tag is the only thing that constitutes it as “real mayonnaise”, doesn’t that make it a little too easy for an unsatisfied condiment to sneak in there and proclaim itself as real mayonnaise? Mustard is a likely culprit, who eats it anymore anyway?

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