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Mustard Seed (Rai) Yellow Whole (80g)

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Origin: Canada

Yellow mustard seed is a small, round seed that comes from the mustard plant. It is commonly used in cooking to add flavour and heat to dishes. It can be used whole, crushed, or ground into a powder. Yellow mustard seed is often used to make mustard condiments, such as American yellow mustard, Dijon mustard, and honey mustard. It can also be used in pickling, marinades, and rubs for meats.

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Weight0.04 kg
Dimensions8 × 12 × 1.2 cm
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