Ground Mustard Seeds
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Seems fine.Nancy, Myrtle Beach, SC
I just made my first batch of traditional prepared mustard and I'm still letting it age in the refrigerator. I love the idea of controlling salt content and other flavors. I'll report back after I have my first taste.Mark, Henderson, NV
Perfect itemJACKIE, Knoxville, TN
Always top quality products. Fresh and delicious.Jennifer, Nashville, TN
Every item is just as I expected, fresh and ready to use. Love the way you package your products in a re-sealable pack. Thanks for the freebie ( Turkish figs )!Gary, Metter, GA
OMG.......I made homemade HOT German Style mustard and it ROCKED. Use equal amounts of cold liquid and the mustard powder; mix well and you're done. I used a flat beer but did add some garlic powder, a little cayenne and a splash of vinegar. This is mind blowing potent so be very aware. To make your mustard mild, use heated liquid; or even cook the concoction. Mustard maintains it's pungency when you use cold liquid. This goes great with smoked sausage, hot dogs, pastrami etc...! You will never want to buy commercial HOT mustard again. Try experimenting with other herbs and spices.Christina, Indianapolis, In
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Yellow mustard seeds Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||67|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: United States