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 Differences Between Mustard & Dry Mustard?

Answer Mustard is a pungent seed with origins traceable back to 460 B.C. in Greece. It adds flavor to savory dishes and is the main ingredient in a condiment favored for topping hot dogs, hamburgers and c... Read More »
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Is there a difference between dry mustard&ground mustard?

Dry mustard and ground mustard are the same thing, according to the cooking site, APinchOf.com, which says that dry mustard, ground mustard and mustard flour are different names for powdered mustar... Read More »
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Can I substitute ground mustard for seed mustard in bread& butter pickles?

Mustard adds a spicy flavor to bread and butter pickles. Mustard seed is traditionally used, but you may substitute 1 1/2 tsp. of ground mustard (also called mustard powder) for every 1 tsp. of see... Read More »
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How to Make Mustard Taste Like Djon Mustard?

Dijon Mustard, or Spicy Mustard, or also labeled Brown Mustard is easy to mix together.
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How much prepared mustard is equivalent to a teaspoon of dry mustard?

A tablespoon of prepared mustard can be used as a substitute for a teaspoon of dry mustard; this is equivalent to three times as much prepared mustard as dry mustard. If the amount of liquid is imp... Read More »
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