This is not recommended. Though mayonnaise, also referred to as mayo, contains egg yolk, it does not provide as much protein as present in a single egg. A hundred gram of eggs provides 13 grams (26% of daily recommended intake) of proteins while the same quantity of mayo gives only 1 gram (2% of daily recommended intake) of proteins. Read more: Can You Use Mayo Instead of Eggs? Article
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