How do you treat your hair with mayonnaise?

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How do you treat your hair with mayonnaise?

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answered Aug 25 by Writerwife (9,210 points)
To treat your hair with mayonnaise.

First Wet your hair.

Next apply one cup of mayonnaise to your hair, starting from your scalp and then working it out to your ends.

After that massage the mayonnaise or you can use a wide toothed comb to ensure even application of the mayonnaise.

Then cover your hair with a cap and wait for 20 minutes.

After 20 minutes rinse the mayonnaise out thoroughly and then wash your hair with shampoo.

Mayonnaise was originally used for ointments and Salves by doctors before it became a sauce for foods.

Doctors have actually used the mayonnaise before it was considered food as ointment and salves for healing.

The oldest brand of mayonnaise is Schlorer's mayonnaise.

Schlorer's mayonnaise trademarked the Schlorer's name in 1911.

Schlorer's mayonnaise was not only the first commercially prepared and sold mayonnaise, but also the first to be packed into glass jars.

The French call mayonnaise magnonnaise.

The country that invented mayonnaise is Menorca Spain.

Mayonnaise is said to be the invention of the French chef of the Duke de Richelieu in 1756.

While the Duke was defeating the British at Port Mahon, his chef was creating a victory feast that included a sauce made of cream and eggs.

Vegans can eat mayo that is sold as mayo which contains no eggs while mayonnaise does contain eggs and vegans cannot eat mayonnaise.

Vegan mayonnaise is made of two main ingredients: soy milk (or aquafaba) and oil.

Therefore, vegan mayo is different from regular mayonnaise, which combines egg and oil.

Even though the ingredients are different, it is an excellent substitute for regular mayonnaise.

The difference between mayo and mayonnaise is that mayo is mayonnaise that does not contain eggs and is made from plants instead while mayonnaise contains eggs.

However some people also just call mayonnaise mayo for short although there are mayo and mayonnaise products that differ in the ingredients.

Mayo that is sold as mayo is okay for vegans while mayonnaise contains eggs and is not okay for vegans.

Mayonnaise was introduced to imperialist Russia at the turn of the 20th century and it remained a stalwart throughout Soviet times.

Mayo also called mayonnaise is made of emulsified eggs, oil and usually vinegar and lemon juice.

Mayo or mayonnaise is made by emulsifying the eggs, vinegar and oil and lemon juice.  

The emulsification of the ingredients for mayonnaise is to combine the ingredients which combines two or more liquids that are not normally mixable.

The store mayonnaise has less yolks per volume oil, and yolks give most of the yellow color.

Mainly the reason is that store mayonnaise adds water, rather than relying on the moisture in the egg yolks and vinegar.

Mayonnaise has high Vitamin E content which keeps the heart strong and healthy and prevents the occurrence of a stroke.

Mayonnaise rich in Omega – 3 has substantial benefits for the heart.

While mayo is made almost entirely made of fat, it mostly unsaturated fat, which is a healthier fat.

Mayonnaise is said to be the invention of the French chef of the Duke de Richelieu in 1756.

While the Duke was defeating the British at Port Mahon, his chef was creating a victory feast that included a sauce made of cream and eggs.

Mayonnaise is normally not vegan, because one of the crucial ingredients is eggs.

But several brands of egg-free and dairy-free vegan mayonnaise can be found at most grocery stores, and at all-natural foods stores.

One of the highest-calorie, highest-fat food condiments is mayonnaise.

It's also full of sodium, which can lead to weight gain."

In mayo, one little tablespoon can amount to 90 calories and 10 grams of fat.

As only carbs directly affect post-meal blood sugar levels, ordinary mayonnaise does not raise glucose levels or interfere with diabetes management.

However, mayonnaise can increase sugar levels when served with potato salad, sandwiches, or fries.

Mayo's high fat and saturated fat content causes total cholesterol levels as well as LDL cholesterol levels to rise.

Over time, this may lead to clogged arteries, and increases your risk for heart disease.

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