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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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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 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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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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Is ground dry mustard equivalent to prepared mustard?

Dry mustard is much stronger than prepared mustard, but one can be exchanged for the other in a recipe. When substituting in a recipe, one teaspoon of dry mustard is equivalent to one tablespoon o... Read More »
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