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What is yellow mustard?
Yellow Mustard is conveyed from the Mustard plant. The seeds are white and are the fundamental element of creating the yellow Mustard sauce.
Culinary uses of mustard seed (yellow):
Mustard seed (yellow) health benefits:
- Ground and entire yellow mustard seed add flavour to dressings, sauces, and mayonnaise.
- Gives good taste to grilled and roasted beef.
- Often utilised in seafood, fish, frosty meats, sausages, rabbit and grill rubs.
- In the Caribbean, it is a fixing in sauces for fruits.
- The nutty aroma of the mustard seed is intensified by cooking in hot oil before adding it to curries and chutneys.
- Mustard yellow seed is well combined with garlic, bay, coriander, chilli, tarragon, cumin, fennel, dill, fenugreek, parsley, honey, nigella, turmeric and pepper.
- Mustard seeds is an amazing source of selenium, a supplement which reduces the seriousness of asthma and some symptoms of rheumatoid joint pain.
- Protective against gastrointestinal malignancy.
- Mustard yellow seeds contain the amino acid cysteine, which acts as a cancer prevention in thebody.
- Mustard yellow seeds help in curing spasms and pains.
- Effective in curing chronic bronchitis.
- Helpreduce therisk of osteoporosis in menopausal period.
Methods of farming/ producing product:
- Pope John Paul XXII loved mustard so much that in the mid-1300's he made another Vatican position of mustard-maker to the pope - grandmoutardier du pape.
The yellow mustard seed assortment is strong, developing to 80 cm, with hairy stems and lobed leaves. The brilliant yellow blooms yield hairyfruit pods 2.5 – 5 cm long, each containing around six seeds. Mustard pods must be collected before they burst.