I used to be a mayo hater too before my palate developed.
well, for me, it wasn't a matter of developing my palate. aioli is just a better condiment with fries than ketchup is. I wouldn't know that as a kid growing up in a French viet household, emphasis on the last half. they really only do that in Belgium and holland. so when I tried it as an adult with a euro bf and while traveling, I converted. also, I still stand by the fact that what is considered mayo in America is disgusting.
specifically what kind of mayo are you refering to? brand name?
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RussianTable.com: Olive Mayonnaise 375 g
EDIT: wrong thread, cause the Russian mayo discussion was elsewhere, and I thought that's what you were asking. But I'll leave it here just in case.
brings a whole new meaning to taking someone out for a lobster dinner.
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I knew a guy who grew up in Maine and hated lobster and crab by virtue it was the main staple he lived on growing up there. Probably not too different then my not being too fond of ground beef having been raised on dishes made popular in the Mid-West....in particular Runzas, Sloppy Joes, and other casserole type dishes.
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