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This post was originally published on June 3, 2015
Ah, the humble tuna salad. (now an AIP tuna salad!)
Most people have strong feelings about tuna salad, and other related sandwich fillings. You either love it or your hate it. Me? I love it, but finding a way to make it real-food-friendly is difficult. When you get down to it, it means making your own mayonnaise. And that’s a daunting task, isn’t it? If you have to make further restrictions, it is even more difficult, because now you have to find a mayonnaise recipe that is okay.
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