Mustard Seed, Brown

Brown mustard seeds, or Brassica juncea, are derived from a plant common to India, China and Africa. These sharp whole mustard seeds are preferred to their yellow counterparts in many Indian and African dishes due to their hotter, more pungent flavor.
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Brown mustard seeds are often used in Germany and Russia in mustard condiments, mostly in their crushed form. Brown mustard seeds are a common cultivar worldwide, and are often substituted for the much harder-to-find black mustard seeds.

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