Vegan Mayonnaise – Vegenaise!
If you’re just starting a vegan diet, or want to make sure your dishes are vegan-friendly for loved ones, here’s some good news: there is vegan mayonnaise! And vegan butter… and vegan cheese... and vegan ice cream…
Visit Vegan for Beginners – What Can Vegans Eat for more information about how to start a vegan diet.
I never wrote a review for Vegenaise, the vegan mayonnaise by Follow Your Heart, because I took it for granted as a must-have basic. (It’s always a staple in my pantry.) But if you’re a beginner vegan and just starting to make the swaps, it’s important to know that egg-free mayonnaise exists.
Potato salad, creamy dips, and Tempeh Avocado Tomato sandwiches just aren’t complete without the vegan mayo. So get ready to slather your slices, Vegenaise vegan mayonnaise is here!
What does Vegenaise taste like?
It’s creamy and tangy, with the light flavor you would expect of mayonnaise. (It accents without overpowering.) And Vegenaise has a smooth spreadable texture for making sandwiches or incorporating into your favorite dish. Bonus: because Vegenaise is vegan, it eliminates cholesterol.
Here’s what I love about this product:
- Smooth, creamy, spreadable and delicious!
- Manufactured in a zero waste, solar powered facility.
- Always non-GMO and some flavors are organic.
- Follow Your Heart made the very first egg-free mayonnaise!
Where can I buy it?
You can find the Follow Your Heart vegan mayonnaise almost anywhere. Where I live in Pittsburgh, you can find it at Giant Eagle, Target, Whole Foods, and the local co-op. They have a store locator where you can search with your own zip code. You can also buy Vegenaise online at Amazon.
Looking for more vegan snacks? Visit the Vegan Food Reviews section to discover products you can easily buy for vegan desserts, snacks, dairy and meat alternatives, and frozen/ packaged meals. I share vegan food that tastes good. These products are #YummyPlantsApproved!
Prefer to cook, bake and make your own vegan snacks? Check out the Yummy Plants easy vegan recipe collection.
Are you a beginner vegan? Visit the Start Here page with tips to help make your vegan journey easy and fun!
Rebecca Gilbert is the founder of Yummy Plants and the author of It’s Easy to Start Eating Vegan. She’s a former competitive figure skater whose switch to a vegan diet healed her chronic joint pain. Rebecca has been a featured speaker at events including the World VegFestival in San Francisco, Vegetarian Summerfest, the New York City Vegetarian Food Festival, and Paris Vegan Day. She has presented on live television and given corporate talks. Book Rebecca to speak at your organization.