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Moniker

I don't get it, its Heavy Mayo. Extra Heavy mayo also exists.

HormonalHolly

I don't get it either. But maybe that's just because I've actually seen it in real life.. But I didn't find it funny then, either..

TechTyger

'Heavy duty' usually means 'tougher for industrial use' or something along those lines. Not something one generally associates with a condiment...

I've never heard of '(extra) heavy mayo'. What is?

Wishinonehand

Heavy duty mayo has more egg yolks. This makes the mayo heavier, richer, and is made mostly for dishes where mayo is a primary or significant secondary ingredient (as in salad dressings and sauces) where the increased egg allows for a richer, less 'watery' taste and texture.

Sounds barfalicious, to me, but then I've always hated mayo.

TechTyger

Ah, so. Makes sense. I like mayo, myself, but people like different things. Thanks for the answer. ;)

Nomnom

It's funny also because it's a 28 lb tub that looks like it WOULD only be used for industrial use.

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