When you make your own mayonnaise, the kind of oil you use makes all the difference in the outcome. It’s important to use a neutral oil; since oil makes up the main body of the mayonnaise, any oil with pronounced flavors can produce a harsh-tasting mayo, or simply overpower it. Preferred oils include grapeseed, safflower, soybean, and canola. Some like to finish with a bit olive oil for its flavor, but Pincho warns that extra-virgin olive oil can turn bitter when subjected to a blade, such as in a blender, so he uses pure olive oil.

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