Mustard Seeds, Yellow

Yellow mustard seeds, Brassica alba, are commonly used in European and American cooking. This is the type called for in most pickling and canning recipes, or in making corned beef.
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Country of origin: USA

You can also grind it fresh for use in making your own mustard.

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