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gutreactions | Jul 30, 201805:18 AM     15

We were travelling thru Virginia recently and picked up a couple of jars of Duke's Mayo. We had heard a lot about it, but never tried. It is a southern product out of South Carolina with a 100 year history. (We're from N.Y., and Hellman's has been our go to mayo for years.) We had a brief taste of it when we visited Charleston and ate at Sean Brock's Husk. They have a big website...but what can you tell us about it? Have you used it? Can we purchase it in the Northeast, too?

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