My Non Vegan Friends Couldn’t Tell This Chipotle Mayo Is Vegan

I think there are few vegan products on the market that can trick a non vegan person into thinking that they’re the real deal. Don’t get me wrong, there are tons of great-tasting plant based items out there. There are also good vegan approximations of dairy- and meat-based foods you can buy at the grocery store, from cream cheese to sausage. But when it comes down to it, people who eat meat and dairy will probably be able to tell the difference.

Follow Your Heart Chipotle Vegenaise is an actual dupe for egg-based mayonnaise. This is one of the best plant based products I have ever had. We tried it in our vegan mayonnaise taste test and it ranked near the very top of the list. It’s spicy, creamy, salty, and spreadable. And, somehow, it manages to taste even a little bit eggy in that wonderful, classic mayonnaise-y way.

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You might be saying to yourself, “Mayonnaise? How different could vegan mayonnaise taste from regular mayonnaise?” Let me tell you: Very different! And not only does this taste like actual mayonnaise, this tastes like very good mayonnaise. Vegan or not, all mayos are not created equal. There are a lot of very, very bad mayonnaises out there. 

I can’t recommend this Follow Your Heart Chipotle Vegenaise enough. Putting this on a Tofurky sandwich really makes it next level. Not a vegan? It adds spice to tuna or egg salad. This makes simply banging elote, with or without the cheese. This is a great ingredient for coleslaw or potato salad. If you need to sauce literally anything, this is the sauce. Grab a bottle of it and please vegans and non vegans alike.

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About the Author

Jordan Myrick

Jordan is an L.A.-based writer and comedian who believes all food should come with extra sauce. When they're not writing for Sporked, Jordan is at the movies or sharing an order of french fries with their elderly chihuahua.

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