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    Posted: 07 Jul 2009 at 2:14am
So apparently Miracle Whip won't tone it down. Yep if you're an 18-34 male demographic apparently you can't be caught dead eating non extreme mayonaise. So what does it do? Does it like Jump out of the jar and onto the sandwich. Do blazing guitar licks play every time you open the jar?
 
This is the most sad pitiful example of corporate pandering I've ever seen.
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The ads SUCK, D...but the product is GREAT!
I...I...I gotta admit it. M-W beats the ever lovin shi* out of mayo, on sammies!
They sold me.
In the dark, with my back turned.
I bought the BIG one!
Got it on sale for $2.87.Big%20smile
We're havin' M-W on EveryF'nThing, right now!!!
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Extreme mayonnaise???  What are we talking about here?  I haven't heard of it.
 
And I like my mayonnaise as is, goshdurnit!
 
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Miracle Whip isn't "mayonnaise"  even though it may be used as such in most recipes.   It's a tangy sweet "sandwich spread/salad dressing".  And I guess sales are slipping on this dinosaur product for the company to require this new obnoxious ad campaign.  Either you love Miracle Whip  or you don't.  Tongue

80's ad here....
 
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We LOVE it.
On everything.
It is simply dribbling from the corners of my mouth as I type.
Smeared it all over a 'brownie', tonight.
Was delicious.
And she's sleeping soundly with a smile, right now.
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Pa...you need to do an ad!! ClapClapClapClap
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From its birth in the 1930s   ShockedShocked    to its place in kitchen refrigerators today, Kraft Miracle Whip Dressing has remained one of the most recognized dressing brands to consumers around the world.

In 1933, the Kraft name had been well-established as a brand name distributor of mayonnaise, yet sales were slipping badly as a result of the Depression. Soon, Kraft developed a dressing better than any other, that possessed a texture comparable to mayonnaise and at a lower price.

This revelation sported the same name as the machine that created it -- Kraft Miracle Whip Dressing. First introduced at the 1933 Century of Progress Chicago World's Fair, Kraft Miracle Whip soon launched one of the biggest food advertising campaigns to ever grace the U.S. media -- from print to TV. And this initial effort led to 22 weeks of almost non-stop advertising, including a weekly two hour radio show.

At the end of this introductory period, Kraft Miracle Whip was outselling all other brands of dressing and mayonnaise... Kraft Miracle Whip Dressing had become a favourite of generations.


Miracle Whip. It's the Zip.

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Is it even more annoying than the Duke's Mayonnaise ads?
 
"I don't use any other mayonnaise because it just wouldn't respect my potato salad."
 
 
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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REALLY, ol'Mule!!!
If'n it 'respected your potato salad', would you then put it in your MOUTH?!
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What did the Miracle Whip say to the lettuce? 
 
 
 
 
 
Don't come in.....Embarrassed....I'm dressing! 
 
 
Cool
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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LOL...jeeez! Now, how many pedophiles are going to tell THAT ONE to young, unsuspecting children?!
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The title needs to include the brand name.

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    And a very gracious Miracle Whip-soaked good  afternoon to you!! ::::SNORT::::::
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

LOL...jeeez! Now, how many pedophiles are going to tell THAT ONE to young, unsuspecting children?!

LMMFAO That was f**king funny!

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Using the same logic, Cool Whip must be extreme whipped cream.
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Ingredients in Miracle Whip:
WATER, SOYBEAN OIL, VINEGAR, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP, MODIFIED FOOD STARCH, SUGAR, SALT, ENZYME MODIFIED EGG YOLKS, MUSTARD FLOUR, ARTIFICIAL COLOR, POTASSIUM SORBATE AS A PRESERVATIVE, PAPRIKA, SPICE, NATURAL FLAVOR, DRIED GARLIC, BETA CAROTENE (COLOR).

Ingredients in Mayonnaise:
EGGS, OIL.
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What no flavor in mayonnaise?
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

What no flavor in mayonnaise?
 
Depends on the brand.  McCormick flavors with lime juice and all commercial mayo (and any decent home-made) has some form of acid in it.  Like lemon juice or vinegar or even a bit of mustard.   This ensures shelf life as well as gives mayo its "tang".  Salt and pepper and herbs are all good optional additions to the basic egg/acid/oil emulsion sauce.  When this sauce is in warm form...with butter as the 'oil" we rename it "hollandaise". 
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

What no flavor in mayonnaise?
 
I just wonder about that "color" in the Miracle Whip.  It's off-white, for Chrissake!  Would it be clear without it??
 
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Originally posted by Spicy_Meatball Spicy_Meatball wrote:

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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

What no flavor in mayonnaise?
 
Depends on the brand.  McCormick flavors with lime juice and all commercial mayo (and any decent home-made) has some form of acid in it.  Like lemon juice or vinegar or even a bit of mustard.   This ensures shelf life as well as gives mayo its "tang".  Salt and pepper and herbs are all good optional additions to the basic egg/acid/oil emulsion sauce.  When this sauce is in warm form...with butter as the 'oil" we rename it "hollandaise". 
 
Not really a flavor, but one of the brands---either Kraft or Best Foods (that's Hellman's to some of you)---now has a version with olive oil in it.
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Smeared it all over a 'brownie', tonight.


Sometimes Pa, you are really gross.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
 
Not really a flavor, but one of the brands---either Kraft or Best Foods (that's Hellman's to some of you)---now has a version with olive oil in it.
 
 
Yes.  Hellman's/Best foods has a mayo dressing/sandwich-slicker-upper with Olive Oil in it.  They cannot call it  "mayonnaise". 
 
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C'mon! Miracle Whip spread is hip, fresh and edgy! It's rebellous and non-conformist! *GUITAR BLAST*! And it's so not mayo, even though it's made from whipped oil and eggs and it's white and it goes on sandwiches.

Go back to the 50's, old man, you're not radical enough to understand Miracle Whip! It's the spirit of the young generation, like Pepsi:


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This thread makes me glad I hate mayonnaise and always have. Never could stand the stuff. 
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Originally posted by NathanAlexander NathanAlexander wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Smeared it all over a 'brownie', tonight.


Sometimes Pa, you are really gross.


Yes, I was just thinking this too, lol.  Seriously, mayo?  I've heard of using honey or chocolate syrup, but mayo??
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