Vegan mayo made from aquafaba
Here is some news that might just float your boat.
Rubies in the Rubble is a condiment-making business focussed on making use of fruit and vegetables that would otherwise be headed to the waste chute.
Yep, they use ugly or unwanted produce to make world-class preserves and chutneys, which in turn they sell on to hungry people like you.
The product I think you will be most excited by in the Rubies range is the aquafaba mayo they make.
Am I right?
In case you don’t know, aquafaba is the term used to describe the water/brine leftover from a tin of chickpeas. Traditionally, this would be thrown away but crafty vegans have found ways to turn this into edible foodstuff.
This includes meringue, buttercream frosting, and mayo. The aquafaba aerates when whipped or beaten.
Rubies in the Rubble now sell their original aquafaba mayo and a chipotle version. Check them out below.
You can buy your own jars of this unique product via the Rubies in the Rubble online shop.
Make sure you check out the rest of their range as well. It is all vegan! Follow Rubies in the Rubble on Instagram.
Thanks! been using aquafaba for years to make egg free corn pone but never knew what to call it. Also use liquid from other canned beans and black eye peas the same way, putting it in a glass jar in the refrigerator for up to a week until I need it.
I’m so excited about this, I’ve never seen a vegan mayo that doesn’t contain one of my many allergens. Until now, thank you!
I found some of this in Sainsburys last week!