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Crushed Yellow Mustard Seeds

Product Code: 19YMS

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Description

Product: Crushed Yellow Mustard Seeds

Latin Name: Brassica hirta syn. Sinapis alba, Brassica alba.

Plant Family: Brassicaceae

Other Names: White Mustard Seed, Chedleck, Witte Mosterd, Moutarde Blanche, Weißer Senf, Senape Biancha, Mostarda Branca, Muștar Alb, Mostaza Silvestre, Senfsaat, Senapsfrö, Khardal & Vayse Mustarde.

Description: Yellow mustard, also known as white mustard is an annual plant native to the Mediterranean, now found cultivated in Europe and most temperate regions of the world. It reaches a height of 30-90cm it has erect, branching stems, which emanate from the main stem. The leaves are mid-green in colour and are alternately arranged, petiolate and serrated, with short, white bristles along the veins and 8cm in length. The 4-petaled flowers are pale yellow in colour and 10-30mm in diameter. The seeds are globular, pale-brown to creamy brown in colour and approximately 2mm in diameter.

Interesting Fact: Did you know that mustard as a culinary ingredient and flavouring is believed to have first been used in England around the 12th century A.D.? The Greeks however used the spice as a medicine and a means of curing such things as scorpion bites in the 6th century B.C. It wasn’t always regarded as safe though, during the 12th century Hildegard von Bingen believed it to be harmful to eat, judging it to be ‘weak and unstable’, adding ‘it destroys a person inwardly who eats it’.

Ingredients: Dried seeds of Brassica hirta.

Allergy Advice: Mustard is a known allergen and can cause anaphylaxis in susceptible people, it also contains a naturally occurring source of salicylates and is best avoided by people eating a salicylate free diet.

SUGGESTED USE

Mustard seeds can be ground to make your own mustard using water, ale or wine to mix, simply spoon into a bowl or jar add your liquid of choice and mix to a paste as thick as you like it, leave to stand for 10-15 minutes for the flavour to develop, add dried herbs such as sage, tarragon or basil to your mustard or for extra bite a little crushed mustard seed. Mustard is an ideal partner for cheese, pork and dairy dishes, the seed can also be added to pickles, chutneys and curries for extra flavour, sprinkle into flat bread mixes, stir into rice and grain dishes, crush the seeds and sprinkle over ham, salmon, chicken and vegetables for a pungent crunch.

Shelf Life

Shelf life of two years provided that goods are stored in an airtight container in ambient conditions.

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Allergen Statement

The majority of our products are gluten free and our packing staff are trained in handling allergens. However we cannot 100% guarantee that our products are free from gluten.

Delivery Information

All culinary orders placed by 11am will be dispatched the same day (excluding weekends).*

For all other orders, please allow 2 working days for your order to be packed and dispatched. For large orders (over 15 items) please allow 1-2 days extra.

* Only applies to fully "culinary" orders and up to a maximum of 10 items per order.

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