Eden Organic Brown Mustard is grown on the high plains of Saskatchewan on family farms by those committed to vital soil, cleansing the environment, and producing the safest and most nutritious food. Brown mustard seed Brassica juncea is known for its stronger character. The finest ingredients and simple recipe deliver a pleasant zing with a hint of apple cider vinegar's natural sweetness. Unadulterated real brown mustard.
Mustard seed is ground and mixed with pure water, Eden organic apple cider vinegar, and a bit of Eden sea salt. This mixture is stone ground and aged to meld and mellow it before packing in glass.
Eden organic apple cider vinegar contains 'mother', friendly bacteria present only in the world's most healthful non-pasteurized raw vinegars. Eden sea salt is from environmentally protected salt marshes of Algarve, Portugal, triple sea water washed for whiteness without depleting trace minerals.
Mustard is a member of the cabbage Cruciferae family. It's been used as a healing herb throughout history and is one of the world's most ancient spices. Five centuries before the birth of Jesus, Pythagorus, the Greek mathematician and philosopher wrote of mustard's health promoting qualities. Mustard was used widely in China and Africa centuries earlier. Jesus immortalized mustard seed in His famous quote Matthew 17:19-21 where he says, "I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible to you."
Researchers have found vegetables of the Cruciferae family, including mustard greens, mustard seeds, daikon, horseradish, and wasabi (Japanese horseradish) contain important sulfur compounds. Research conducted at John Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore found that the isothiocyanate compounds in these foods protect us by activating enzymes in the liver. The tocopherols in mustard are antioxidants.
Eden Organic Brown Mustard is a versatile condiment. It is used in salad dressings, vinaigrettes, basting and barbecue sauces, gravies, and as an ingredient in potato salad and coleslaw. Anyway you use it, you'll find it very rewarding.