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Frontier Mustard Seed, Brown Mustard Whole Certified Organic, 16 Ounce Bags (Pack of 3)
- Three 1 Pound Bulk Bags
- Whole, organic brown mustard seed for spicy, peppery flavor in condiments and other fare
- Certified Organic, Kosher
- Frontier is a member owned co-op, responsible to people and planet
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Mustard seed is not only delicious but soooooo good for you because it contains selenium, tryptophan, omega 3 fatty acids as well as phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, dietary fiber, iron, calcium, protein, niacin and zinc [information via WHFoods: Mustard Seed].
This mustard seed makes an excellent part of a spice rub on chicken and pork and grilled veggies.
Fresh mustard seeds has strong smell and taste but anything over couple of months old will loose it sharpness and taste as well as nutrients. I never freeze and unfreeze spices since moisture will ruin its taste and form so purchasing the right quantity is as important as the brand regardless organic or conventional. I just simply dump spoons of mustard seeds in any food with liquid with all other spices. Oregano and Mustard seeds are one of a handful number of foods recommended by CDC during heavy flu season. Black, white and brown varieties, a cruciferous vegetable, in the same family as cabbage, brussels, sprouts and broccoli that when chewed up and eaten, the vegetables release substances called isothiocyanates, beneficial for lungs. High in selenium with anti-inflammatory properties, beneficial in treating medical conditions such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis and one spoon of mustard seeds offers 20% with 3gr of protein. I just chew the white color ones instead of chewing gum since it has a good sharp taste but not the dark ones due to its bitter taste. I use dark ones when making pickles as well as any food that I cook on stove with liquid. Never ground any in my coffee grinder like I do with sesame and flax seeds to mix with my protein powder since it truly is impossible due to allyl-isothiocyanate content in mustard seed which will irritate eyes and nose with lots of discomfort and mess. Never consume the commercial type mustard seed powder since it includes additives and just like any nut become rancid in powder form shortly after grounding.
FRESHNESS: Fresh means nutritious and delicious.Read more ›
1cup brown mustard
1cup yellow mustard
1cup white vinegar
1tbsp sea salt
Grind seeds as much as possible in a grinder. Then put seeds and all other ingredients in a food processor and mix for a couple minutes. Place in jars and let sit at room temperature for 4 days. After that refrigerate. Yummy.
I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 because I had bought these specifically for sprouting. The Amazon description says nothing about "not for sprouting". I tried 3 times to sprout them and they just went rotten. I called the company and they said they do not recommend any of their seeds for sprouting due to the inconsistent germination quality from their suppliers.
5 Stars for the company though. They were very helpful and offered to refund some of my money which I was pleasantly surprised at. Other than the sprouting issue, the product quality seems nice. If you like chamomile tea, they sell wonderful German Chamomile Flowers in a large 1lb bag.
Combined one cup yellow mustard seed and one cup of brown mustard seed in a glass jar large enough to soak seeds with 2 bottles of porter beer. Allow to soak 24-48 hours in the fridge.
Add one cup of organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar, one bottle of porter, 12 garlic cloves, 6 bay leaves, 1 step salt, 2 tsp black pepper, and a quarter cup of organic unfiltered raw honey to a heavy bottom stock pot. Cook over medium heat for 30 minutes. Increase to a boil. Boil for 10 minutes. Allow to cool to room temperature (takes a few hours) and remove bay leaves and garlic.
Add the mustard seed and beer mixture to the pot. Use a stick blender to mix. Mix until desired consistency. If needed, add additional porter if too thick or additional seeds if too thin. Drink the left over beer if there is any. I place the mustard in canning jars. You need to leave a little extra headspace if you are going to process them in hot water. The seeds swell a little. You can skip the canning part but keep the mustard in the fridge. Give the mustard 3 weeks to reach its best flavor. The mustard keeps for a year if processed. You can triple the recipe with no issues.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The seeds were in great condition, it was one of the first times using amazon to buy food products. These frontier seeds are high quality.Published 2 months ago by Ricks_Warrior
I bought these to make homemade mustard for myself and gifts throughout the year. I am very happy with the taste and appreciate the "bulk" price. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alana E
I like hot, these were very bitter. Like poor soil, not enough water, poor growing conditions. I returned them for a full refund. Read morePublished 5 months ago by EspressoWhisperer
Good seed - very potent. Made a batch of rustic mustard using half of this brown seed and half yellow. This stuff is almost like horseradish. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Firemonkey