Mustard is the second most-used spice in the United States. All parts of the mustard plant are edible, including the seeds, leaves, and flowers. Mustard seeds are available in a colourful variety of yellow, brown and black. The black variety is the most pungent of the 3, and is commonly used in Indian cooking.
Mustard seeds naturally are packed with minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorous. They can relieve cold symptoms, aid in digestion, reduce aches and pains, and promote respiratory health.
Black mustard seeds can be used whole or ground. Roasting the seeds releases their aromatic and attractive flavour. They are a common ingredient in curries, stir fries, stews and chutney. Mustard seeds can also be sprouted for mustard cress.
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Storage: For long lasting freshness, store in an air-tight container and in a cool, dark place.