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    Dietary Information:

    • Organic
    • Peanut Free
    • Vegan
    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO



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    Mustard Seed Whole

    Mustard Seed Whole





    yellow mustard seeds. contains mustard.





    Usage Tips:

    mustard seeds can be used in a variety of ways. in indian cooking for example, many cooks will add whole mustards seeds to a pot with oil before they start cooking to flavour the oil when the heated seeds pop. this also gives the mustards seed a nutty flavour.

    mustard seeds can also be used in pickling and canning as well as sausage making. try adding whole mustard seeds to barbecue sauce and rubs, or marinades for grilling. or dredge chicken breasts in prepared mustard and whole mustards seeds and bake.

    you can revive mustard seeds that are a bit old by heating or toasting them, but take care when doing so as the seeds will tend to pop vigorously.


    store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

    Point of Interest:

    mustard seed is the seed of the mustard plant, which is in the same family as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, radishes and arugula. it is one of the oldest and most widely used spices. the chinese have used mustard for thousands of years, and the ancient greeks considered it a common spice. in north america, mustard seeds are probably most familiar as the main ingredient of the condiment mustard, which is typically made from pickled and ground seeds.

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