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Unformatted text preview: A. I'm sure that atleast one person could tell me that mayonnaise is a stable emulsion of vegetable oil and egg yolk. B. Homemade mayonnaise containse raw egg yolks, meaning that there is a chance of developing a Salmonella infection. III. Mayonnaise is very prone to going bad. A. Mayonnaise must be refridgerated or it will ruin due the nature of several of its ingredients. B. Homemade mayonnaise must be made with the proper equipment to ensure freshness; Eggs should be as fresh as possible, which is a difficult task and inevitably results in salmonella. Conclusion Although some people view mayonnaise as a good condiment for hamburgers, or simply enjoy various salads made with mayonnaise, it ultimately causes more harm than good. Mayonnaise proves more detrimental to society than helpful as it may cause obesity or extreme sickness, therefore it should no longer be produced. Tyler Evans...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course SPH 103 taught by Professor Riggs during the Spring '07 term at Auburn University.
- Spring '07