blyslv wrote:So, does anyone have any thoughts on the environmental effects of mayo? I like mayo and encourage its production, however I'm worried that potentially adverse consequences might occur from its improper use or storage.
And I'm sure you're all good people, but I would be worried about the health situation as well.
Please pass the mustard.
Just remember that mustard is mined. (See "The Queen of Hearts," The More There is of Mine: And Other Head Cutting Moments
) Think of the tracks that the 20 Camel teams left in Nevada and California deserts while pulling out the mustard ore, which the BLM let them have at 1870 mineral rights prices. Oh wait it was
the 1870s. Still, Mayo is produced from the grazing rights granted by the BLM to extraction industries, in this case the scum from Koi Ponds in Northwestern states, particullary Washington and the panhandle of Idaho. (This is where pre-packaged Potato Salad comes from. It's call "Synergy")