Mustard

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romaine ahern

Mustard

Hi, I love mustard, or to be honest I used to. Lately I have found that most mustards (English, Dijon, Wholegrain,) are bitingly bitter and have an overwhelming rather than complimentary flavour. I have tried brand names, supermarket own brands, but all seem to be the same. I love hot, spicy and sharp foods so do not think it a change in my palate. I even tried mild mannered mustard which had been mixed with a little cream (or so the label says) but it is cloying and unpalatable. I have tried making my own English Mustard from a tin, but same results.

Any suggestions? Thank you.

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Kayb

Mustard

Hi Romaine, My husband was posted to Germany about 45 years ago, and I discovered german mustard(senf); the milder ones are a bit like dijon. You do have to try them to see which ones you prefer - horses for courses -, There are one or two german food web sites that you can buy from. Or, alternatively try Lidl or Aldi (if you have one near). Tesco, I know, sell continental condiments, so probably the other supermarkets will carry something similar.
Hope this helps
Karen

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IloveDelia

Mustard

Have you tried the mustard which is on sale in IKEA. It is very similar to the one used for hot dogs which they also sell. It is cheap and in a yellow plastic bottle in the Swedish Foods sections.

Good luck

 
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