The Basics: Yellow Mustard Seed


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Yellow Mustard Seed 

Yellow mustard seeds, also known as white, B. hirta or Sinapis alba like brown mustard seeds, are members of the mustard & cabbage families. They require a precise environment of cool conditions & moist soil in order to thrive into bushy shrubs. Yellow mustard seeds are often found in a variety of items ranging from healthy & beauty products or may be used in culinary applications. They are grown in regions such as Canada, India, Pakistan & Great Britain just to name a few. When crushed, spicy condiments such as mustards may be prepared while whole seeds are ideal for Corned Beef Pickling Spice Blend that can be added to brines for braising transforming brisket into corned beef, a wonderful spring dish. Yellow mustard seeds actually offer surprising nutritional facts as a mere tablespoon provides approximately 52 calories, 3 grams of fat & close to 3 grams of protein.

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How To Use Yellow Mustard Seeds 

Yellow mustard seeds are probably the most recognizable spice used to make pickles. They are generally the baseline ingredient in a variety of delicious mustards as well. Homemade Horseradish Mustard & Hot Moonshine Mustard feature this versatile spice beautifully. 


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 Preparing wonderful handcrafted mustards begin by soaking yellow & brown, if using, mustard seeds in either spirits, vinegar or water in order to soften then for the blending procedure. Once this important task has been achieved, homemade mustards come together rather quickly, in less than about five minutes. 

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