If You'd Eat 17/30 of These Foods with Mayonnaise, You're a Literal Monster

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By: Ian Fortey

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About This Quiz

Some of the earliest recipes for mayonnaise date back to the early 1800s, but it's suspected this thick gooey substance may be even older. After all, it's just an emulsion of oil and egg yolk, so it's very likely that if anyone had been cooking with those two ingredients previously, they stumbled on this long ago. It just took some appreciative mayo fans a while to write the recipe down. In time, it evolved to have some more pizzazz, a little lemon juice, maybe some other flavors tossed in for fun until you get to modern times. Today you can walk into a grocery store and get yourself a bottle of Dijonnaise or Mayochup if you want.

Some people swear by mayonnaise on grilled cheese sandwiches, some can't make a dip that isn't 50% mayo. You need it to strike to the heart of a potato salad, or macaroni salad, or tuna salad — just a whole lot of salads, really. But it manages to get into recipes for everything from fried chicken to chocolate cake as well. How much mayo you're willing to tolerate says a lot about who you are, and we're pretty sure if you're down for more than half of these, you're a straight mayo monster. There's one way to find out. Take the quiz!

We're making a grilled cheese sandwich but using mayo instead of butter. Are you in?

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We're at a nice potluck dinner and there are two types of coleslaw. One is vinegar-based, the other is mayo. Where you at?

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How are you feeling about some deviled eggs?

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Is tuna salad on the menu for lunch?

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The grocery store has that half ketchup half mayo Mayochup on sale. Are you buying?

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Spinach artichoke dip is made with mayo as a base, you know. Want some?

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Are you down with mayo in your sushi?

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Do you need to have potato salad at a backyard BBQ?

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They say a BLT needs mayo to make it work. What do you think?

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Elote is grilled Mexican-style street corn covered with seasoning and mayo. How many would you like?

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How do you feel about a lobster roll?

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In Europe, they're known to dip their fries in mayo. Are you into it?

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Have you ever tried mayo on a hot dog?

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How likely are you to eat some crackers with pimento cheese dip?

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Are you beating mayo into your scrambled eggs before cooking them?

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Macaroni salad craves that mayo. Want some?

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Some folks say the trick to creamy mashed potatoes is mayo instead of milk. Have you tried it?

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Does mayo belong on a burger?

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You can skip the egg and milk dredge for breaded chicken by coating it in mayo then breading it. Would you give that a spin?

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Are you eating a turkey sandwich with mayo?

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Would you ever swap out butter and swap in mayo in a cake recipe?

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Grilled fish will slide right off the grill if you slather it in mayo first. Are you down to try it?

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How would you like to mix some mayo and Dijon mustard for a creamy, spicy Dijonnaise?

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Grated cheese and mayo spread on bread then popped in the oven makes a creamy, toasty cheese bread. Want a bite?

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How do you feel about a creamy cucumber dip?

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Have you ever had a Waldorf salad?

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Where do you stand on egg salad sandwiches?

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Green Goddess is a mayo-based dressing. Do you want some?

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Are you down with the spicy kick of a horseradish and mayo sauce?

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If you're making a homemade Alfredo sauce, is there any chance you're making the mayo version?

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