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PostPosted: June 15th, 2002, 8:55 am 
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I have purchased them at our local hospital cafeteria for 10 cents each.


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Creamy salad dressings work great with tuna, try creamy cucumber or ranch

Yum :smile:

You can get little packets from the salad area at the grocery store.

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PostPosted: June 23rd, 2002, 7:21 am 
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I recently acquired a box of 200 18ml packets of "Kraft Real Mayonnaise" from

Bruce Edmeades Sales Ltd.
Kitchener, 519-745-6888,
http://www.edmeades.ca

The total cost was $19.57. They are certainly going to be included in our food barrel for our upcoming Quetico trip!
Hope this helps anyone who is still looking.


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PostPosted: July 6th, 2002, 8:36 pm 
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Hey canoeweasel -
Don't know if you're still looking and I don't know if Miracle Whip is an acceptable substitute, but you can find it (along with single serve salad dressings and other condiments) at the Flour Barrel on Wyndham Street in Guelph. I was stocking up on some other stuff there the other day and remembered this thread...
Didn't see any "real" mayo though.
Johanna


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Hey Richard,

There sounds like a real business opportunity here! Canoe Condiments!

Kevin


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I just bought a small plastic jar of mayo for my trip to Algonquin at $1.50 USD. I also tried the Starkist kit for lunch today. What a great idea! Tuna, 6 crackers, pickle relish, mayo, spoon, napkin, mixing bowl, and a mint for dessert. I am glad to read that mayo keeps well w/o refridgeration if kept clean. I always believed that flies were the real culprits. Eggs keep well too. Dip them in hot parafin or boiling water.


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We have used "Oceans" tuna sandwich filling in a pouch similar to those used for tuna. This product includes tuna premixed with low fat mayo. One pouch will make two generous sandwiches. This product was purchased in Sobeys in Atlantic Canada. I was unable to locate in Ontario supermarkets during a recent trip but it should be available.
Bill


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PostPosted: August 11th, 2002, 4:23 pm 
Up in Canada you can get "Chicken Sauce" from McDonalds in little packages and they're exactly the same as mayo...you can also ask for mayo at Burger King too.

This is probably WAY to late, but I figured someone else might want to know!!


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look in the deli section of any grocery store where they sell subs- grab a handful or usually a nice deli lady will give you a ton, or try gas stations that sell subs. I have never had to purchase them.


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What? The border is still open?


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I was at Killington Vermont a few weeks ago and now have a very nice stock of mayo and deli mustard in the single serve packs.


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1076 views on a "mayo packet" thread!! Must be lot's of restless paddlers out there!;)


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PostPosted: April 5th, 2003, 11:38 am 
Hi, we often go to our National Grocers, which is a restaurant/store supply bussiness. They have bulk and wholesale foods, which cater to the restaurants....we get a flat of jam or mayonaise and use them all summer.
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PostPosted: April 6th, 2003, 11:29 am 
Where would one find National Grocers??


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PostPosted: April 6th, 2003, 4:50 pm 
I can’t help but think about all the extra packaging. We transfer into little container 1 for each week we are out. With all these little plastic packages in the wilderness some can’t help but find their way to the forest floor. Even the most cautious tripper can let one get away only for someone else to find. Say no to over packaging, that is what our kids are learning. How can we bash all the other folks when we want convenience at the cost of mother earth?
Sham on us all for thinking this is OK.
larry


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