Make your own organic mustard! DIY kit
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With this DIY kit, making mustard at home became even easier. The home-made mustard goes perfectly with grilled fish and meat, and add some kick to your sauce. You can use it in your salad dressing, too. So yummy and healthy!
This kit contains:
- 100g of organic mustard seeds, freshly ground on order
- 1 teaspoon of organic Ceylon turmeric powder
- 2 teaspoons of Himalayan pink salt
How to make mustard using DIY organic Ceylon mustard kit
1. Mix the ground mustard seeds mix with water (OR BEER!), stir. Let it rest for 10 minutes (can be omitted if you are in a hurry). *If you want extra anti-inflammatory effect, add more turmeric powder. It is turmeric which makes mustard so yellow!
3. Add 3 tablespoons of vinegar (you can taste it and add more if you like) and stir.
4. Use the jar for storage! Put it in the fridge.
If you like sweet mustard, add 1-2 tablespoons of healthy sweetener such as zero-carb erythritol. Add some fresh minced herbs for your linking.
If you don't use so much mustard at home, then only use partially. Making mustard does not require advanced mathematics. Take a few tablespoons out, add water until it becomes like a paste, then add a bit of vinegar. It may not be perfect but you will still have great mustard!
Mustard seeds contain phytonutrients called glucosinolates. The enzyme inside the seeds can turn it into isothiocyanates, which has been popularly studied for their anti-cancer effects.
The abundance of selenium in mustard can:
- reduce the severity of asthma,
- decrease some of the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and
- help prevent cancer.
Magnesium in seeds can also reduce the severity of asthma, to lower high blood pressure, to restore normal sleep patterns in women having difficulty with the symptoms of menopause, to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks, and to prevent heart attack in patients suffering from atherosclerosis or diabetic heart disease.
Mustard seeds are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and manganese, as well as a good source of phosphorus, copper and Vitamin B1.