Miracle Whip or Mayo?

@SueD823 (371)
United States
February 5, 2009 10:46am CST
I'm a mayo gal, my husband likes Miracle Whip. I think I am rebelling against my die hard mom who only would allow us to use/eat Miracle Whip. I really do love the taste of mayo tho and it's great with salads. So which do you like?
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7 responses
• Philippines
5 Feb 09
I like Miracle Whip, I like it when I dipped with chips. I love to make sandwiches with miracle whip and it's good for salad dressing too.
• United States
5 Feb 09
Definately Mayo. To me Miracle Whip and Mayo area as different as French and Ranch Salad dressings, no comparison.
@SueD823 (371)
• United States
6 Feb 09
Ditto!
• United States
5 Feb 09
I'm definitely a mayo person and hubby is a Miracle Whip person. Unfortunately we both have to watch our cholesterol so now we're Fat Free Miracle Whip household. I think it's nasty tasting but hubby doesn't mind it so he can have it. I can live without my mayo but I sure do miss the taste with certain foods. Various kinds of mustards and herbal vinegars have been wonderful substitutes.
@SueD823 (371)
• United States
6 Feb 09
Other than the cholesterol issue, y'all sound like us!
@rainmark (4302)
5 Feb 09
Hello there, in my sandwiches when i was in PHilippines, i always use Miracle whip, i just like the taste of it compare to mayo. I suggest to try the mircale whip until you get to eat it,im sure you gonna love it. Happy posting.
@SueD823 (371)
• United States
5 Feb 09
I grew up on Miracle Whip and prefer mayo any day over MW!! :)
@cream97 (29151)
• United States
20 Sep 11
Hi, SueD823. I love eating mayo. I prefer to use Kraft's real Mayo. I can eat mayonnaise on many foods. While with Miracle Whip, this salad dressing mayonnaise only tastes yummy on certain foods and dishes that is served.
@sarahK23 (73)
• United States
5 Feb 09
I like mayo but even more so I like the kind that uses canola oil and is cholesterol free .
• United States
5 Feb 09
I like Mayo, Miracle Whip to me is to sweet. I guess it might be because I grew up eating mayo.