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Different Types of Mustard and Their Unique Flavors

Mustard is a popular condiment that adds flavor and depth to a wide range of dishes. There are many different types and varieties of mustard, each with its unique flavor profile and characteristics. Let us dive a bit deeper and explore the different types of mustard and the unique flavors they bring to your plate. […]

Ways to consume mustard seeds

Ways to consume mustard seeds

Mustard seeds are the tiny seeds of various mustard plants. These seeds are usually about 1 to 2 millimetres in diameter and are colored from yellowish white to black. There are different varieties of mustard plants, but among all three are the most popular for culinary use; black, brown, and white mustard seeds typically go […]

10 Unknown facts about Mustard

10 Unknown facts about Mustard

Mustard seeds are one of the mild aromatic nutty taste seeds which have a family of Brassica juncea and Black nigra which will be in the size of both Bold and small size. In worldwide Mustard seeds will be used as an Oil extract, Sauces, etc. There are some hidden facts about mustard seeds and […]

Types of mustard and their benefits

Types of mustard and their benefits

The mustard plant is from plant species Brassica and Sinapis in the family Brassicaceae (the mustard family). Mustard seed is widely and mainly used as a spice all over the world. Grinding and mixing the seeds with water, vinegar, or other liquids creates the yellow condiment known as prepared mustard. The mustard seeds can also […]

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Interesting and Captivating Facts About Mustard

The world’s second most popular spices are mustard Seeds. Mustard seeds are almost known for more than 5,000 years and known to be traded around the world in huge numbers. India is one of the prominent mustard manufacturers in the world. Canada, Bangladesh, China, Poland, Pakistan, France, and Sweden are also few other countries that manufacture […]

Mustard Seeds: Manufacturing, Types And Skin Benefits

Mustard Seeds are these small round seeds of various mustard plants. These seeds are usually 1 to 2 millimetres in diameter and are Yellow or Black/Brown colored. Mustards have been an active ingredient in the Indian subcontinent for many decades. These seeds are usually fried until they pop. Oil extracted from the mustard seeds are […]

How to Identify the Best Quality Mustard Seeds

How To Identify The Best Quality Mustard Seeds

Mustard is a niftiest condiment that is made from the seeds of the mustard plant, a member of the Brassicaceae family. It is considered as a flavour powerhouse that adds texture, sweetness and acidity to any dish. Mustard seeds have a unique anti-inflammatory property due its high content of selenium and magnesium. It is also […]

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Mustard – The condiment that is turning the globe yellow

As it grows well in temperate climates, the areas that produce the greatest amount of mustard seeds currently include Hungary, Great Britain, India, Canada and the United States. While mustard seeds were used for their culinary properties in ancient Greece, it seems that it was the ancient Romans who invented a paste from the ground […]

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A Teaspoon of Mustard Cures Muscle Cramps !!!

In the family of Brassicaceae, mustard is a plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis. Mustard plant seeds are widely used as a traditional pungent spice. It is also used as a source of edible oil and protein and even as a medicine .There are three varieties of mustard. One of them is yellow […]


Mustard Seeds – Market Trends & Global Demand

Mustard plant is vernacular to Asia and its one of the highly cultivated crop across the globe. It has a variety of uses and is rich in phytonutrients, minerals, vitamins, and anti-oxidants. They are very much rich in essential oil and is among the third leading source of vegetable oil after palm and soybean oil […]