Mustard’s medicinal use can be tracked back to Hippocrates! The Romans exploited its culinary virtues, mixing it with vinegar or honey, nuts and spices to produce a variety of interesting sauces. Use in rubs, marinades and sauces, or in any situation where a sharp, fiery flavor would add character to a certain preparation such as barbecue sauce, deviled eggs, or baked beans. Milder than brown mustard seed, yellow mustard is also used in marinades and sauces as well as pickling and canning. Of course, in the U. S. we know it best as one of our favorite condiments.
2.8 oz. bottle