Hippie Chick Mayonnaise

Hippie Chick Mayonnaise

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Well hello there! It sure has been a while, hasn’t it? I can’t believe it’s been so long since I’ve posted anything, but I’ve been working on some exciting stuff. One of those being the title of this post! If you follow me on instagram, you may have noticed that I’ve had some pretty big changes lately, like moving into my own apartment, woohoo! You may have also noticed that I recently paid a visit to my dad’s marketing firm and gave no other details other than exciting things were happening.

That leads me to this post. You may recall 3 years ago when I posted the first ever aquafaba mayonnaise recipe and it kind of blew up all over the vegan community. The company Sir Kensington’s even started selling aquafaba mayonnaise, based on my recipe, in stores! Since then, I’ve been making my mayonnaise at My Vegan Sweet Tooth for savory items, such as macaroni salad, potato salad, chick’n salad, and chick’n burgers.

I’ve been making the mayonnaise for the bakery for almost a year now, and I decided it was time to give that mayonnaise a name (partly so we aren’t just saying “oh yeah, that’s Hunter’s homemade mayo)! With a lot of help from the best dad in the entire universe, we came up with Hippie Chick Mayonnaise. While the name started off as a play on the fact that the mayonnaise is made with chickpea brine, my hope is to grow Hippie Chick Foods into something more than a mayonnaise and eventually into my own business.

To get things started, you can now follow along with Hippie Chick on Instagram and Facebook for updates. As far as the blog goes, for now, you can expect more blog posts ranging from recipes, adventures, and whatever else life throws my way! I hope you’re all just as excited as I am and stick around for the adventure.

-Hunter (The Hippie Chick)



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