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Mustard seeds release their heat when soaked in a non-acidic liquid. To begin developing heat, soak the seeds in water; to stop it, add an acidic liquid such as vinegar, lemon juice, or wine. Use for pickling, in canning recipes and in sausages. Add to sauces, rubs, and marinades for grilling. Pairs well with other strong spice flavors, such as garlic and chili peppers.
Jeremiah Colman was appointed as mustard-maker to Queen Victoria in 1866. He was skilled at grinding mustard seeds into powder without releasing the oils which when evaporated cause the mustard flavor to fade away. Add some heat to your dish with Yellow Mustard’s peppery flavor. Mix powdered Mustard with vinegar and water for a quick and easy condiment or marinade.