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black mustard seeds
Contains MUSTARD and can contain traces of celery and sesame seeds.
Good to know
Black mustard grains are slightly hotter than yellow mustard grains and are now largely replaced by brown mustard grains, as the harvest of black mustard is a little more complex. That is why we are dealing here with a small rarity. A well-known mustard variety that uses the brown or black grains is the Dijon mustard, which, unlike many other mustard varieties, also dispenses with the addition of turmeric, for the yellow colour.
pork, beef, poultry, fish, brussels sprouts, beetroot, carrots, potatoes
Add whole seeds to the food or make your own mustard from it.
Attention: Some people are allergic to mustard – even people with very sensitive stomachs should refrain from consuming mustard.
Full taste development
Roast the seeds dry and grind or heat strongly with fat, creating a vigorously smoky aroma; however, the spiciness is lost a little.
Fry in oil until the seeds burst and then add over boiled broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower or Brussels sprouts. But you can also add other vegetables to the oil-mustard grain mixture and then fry the vegetables in it.
Use more mustard!
Mustard makes you tolerate fatty foods better and the same applies to mustard seeds, as they stimulate the production of digestive juices.
Mustard and mustard grains can also counteract heartburn – but here it depends on the cause of heartburn, otherwise it can strengthen heartburn. Accordingly, small amounts of mustard should be tested first.
Also coli bacteria (EHEC) can cause mustard seeds, which can cause severe run-off.
Blood & Heart
Some studies have shown that mustard oil can reduce the risk of heart disease by over 50%, especially if it is rich in omega-3.
A number of cancers, especially bowel cancer, can be treated by consuming mustard seeds or preventing their development.