Can you make ground mustard from whole mustard seeds?

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Yes you can. The most basic way to make mustard is to grind the seeds and mix the powder with cold water.
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How do mustard seeds grow?

Answer . Mustard seedlings emerge rapidly but tend to grow slowly after emergence. Under favorable moisture and temperature conditions, the ground will be covered in four or five weeks.. Five weeks after emergence, the plant will begin to bud. At this stage, the crop will appear rather uneven. (MORE)

What size is a mustard seed?

A mustard seed is amller than a peppercorn. It is a the round portion of a clove. . Answer . If you can picture a poppy seed, there EXTEREMLY tiny, than picture 1/3 of let (less than 1/2) than u hav a mustard seed. Mustard seeds are about one-sixteenth of an inch in diameter. They are smaller t (MORE)

Is dry mustard the same as ground mustard?

Yes they both are the same. The only difference is that some companies label their product differently. McCormick's labels it ground mustard and Coleman's label their product "dry mustard".

What is ground mustard?

Ground mustard is a popular spice made from the ground seeds of themustard plant. You can get ground mustard in several varietiesincluding yellow, brown and black.

Is ground mustard the same as prepared mustard?

Ground Mustard contains only ground seeds of the mustard plant. This slightly spicy herb gives mustard it's characteristic flavor. In North America almost all ground mustard is make from mild white (yellow) seeds. Prepared mustard contain the seeds, but other ingredients are added to help compli (MORE)

What are the lessons you can get from the parable of the mustard seed?

I think the lesson here is that something small can matter a lot.. This applies to faith... even if we only start out with the desire to believe, and we let that desire work a change in us, the results can be amazing... in the way we can change and grow and become better.. The lesson applies to th (MORE)

What are the lessons can you get from the parable of the mustard seed?

The lesson being taught by Jesus in this parable is of the small beginnings and growth of Christ's kingdom (Matt. 13:31-32; Mark 4:31-32; Luke 13:19). The description of the mustard seed as " the smallest seeds on earth" by Jesus has caused a stumbling block for some people. Professor Bart Erhman c (MORE)

What is mustard?

\nYellow stuff that is good on hot dogs and corn dogs. Mustard? A pungent yellow condiment (added to food) derived from the mustard plant, seeds.

What is the equivalent of dry mustard to mustard seed?

MU Extension ● University of Missouri ● Columbia ● Kansas City ● Rolla ● St. Louis. Quick Answers. Can dry mustard be substituted for mustard seed when canning pickles? How much is used?. Yes, dry mustard can safely be used as a substitute for mustard seed. However, it (MORE)

Is dry mustard the same as mustard seed?

"Dry" mustard is ground mustard seeds, just ground up. The powder is yellow because yellow mustard seeds were used. Mustard seeds also come in red and black, and are used whole in many cuisines, especially Indian, where they are browned in oil with other whole spices before adding other ingredients. (MORE)

Can you substitute ground mustard for yellow mustard seed?

Maybe, If it is a dish asking for mustard seed because they are expected to be eaten whole then no, the mustard flour will overpower the flavor of the dish. If you are making pickles or something that will stew with the seed then yes, but use at most only 1/8 teaspoon dry mustard for every teaspoon (MORE)

What is mustard seeds in Tamil language?

it is pronounced as " KADUGHU " in tamil . The mustard seed oil known as "Kadugu Ennai" is extensively ised in treatment of white patches on the skin (Vitiligo). 500 grams of Presoked turmeric fingers are boiled with 8 litres of water , till it is reduced to 1 litre. This is filtered and the water (MORE)

How do you use mustard seed?

mustard seeds are used in almost all curry preparations at homes in India. It has good properties of health etc.

Can you substitute prepared mustard for ground mustard?

yes, The conversion rate between mustard powder and prepared mustard is about 3. This would mean that you must use 3 times as much real mustard to substitute the powder. IE, 5ml (1 tsp) powder = 15ml (1 tbsp) prepared mustard. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_substitute_for_mustard_ (MORE)

How big does a mustard seed grow?

The Mustard Seed The mustard seed grows rapidly, and was introduced to North America by the Spanish, who (it is said) sowed it along their trails so that the seed would spring up (full height 1' - 2') and leave a golden trail of it's four lobed flowers for them to follow in their return. The mustard (MORE)

Is mustard made from pickle seeds?

Actually mustard is NOT made of pickle seeds, Mustard is actually made from Mustard seeds! The flower mustard lets of seeds and you use them to make mustard. that was a very odd question for you to have asked but don't worry i know what you mean. and please don't get me wrong It was a VERY good ques (MORE)

Why is heaven like a mustard seed?

Christ described it as a small seed that creates a large plant. He compared this to the kingdom of heaven, it would start small with a seed God planted and grow through spreading the word he gave and gaining more believers.

Does Whole Grain Mustard equal Ground Mustard when Measuring?

Actually a half cup of whole grain mustard (seeds) is equal to a half cup, plus two table spoons of ground mustard. If your recipe calls for mustard seeds and you are using ground, it seems you can add a little more of the ground mustard. To be safe, I would add the same amount first and then add to (MORE)

What are the medicinal properties of mustard seeds?

The medicinal properties are: rubefacient, irritant, stimulant, diuretic, emetic., pungent, laxative, digestive. Mustard seeds are used to treat muscular pain, colds, influenza, bronchitis and chilblains. Information can be extracted via the Related Link.

Scientific name for a mustard seed?

There are different types of Mustard. The common type of Mustard is 1. Black Mustard-- Brassica Nigra 2. Garlic Mustard-- Alliaria Officinalis 3. Hedge Mustard--Sisymbrium Officinalis 4. Tumble Mustard-- Sisymbrium Altissimum

What is the message of the parable of the mustard seed?

According to my view and the view of the NIV Commentators of the 2008 Update, the message is this: the Kingdom will seem to have a small beginning, but will reach throughout the whole world. Just like how the mustard seed is small, but can grow up to about ten feet under good conditions.

Can you cross breed the mustard seed?

Crossbreeding occurs when the plant is in flower. There are severaltypes of mustard, such as White, Black, Brown, Florida Broadleaf,Green Wave, Southern Giant Curled, Tendergreen, Red Giant andothers. These were developed either by spontaneous mutation or byhybridizers. Hybridizers are responsible f (MORE)

What is scientific name of mustard seed?

Mustard seeds have the same scientific name as the mustard plant they came from. There are three different plants that mustard seeds used as spices are commonly produced from. . Black mustard ( Brassica nigra ) . Brown Indian mustard ( Brassica juncea ) . White mustard ( Sinapsis alba )

Why is the mustard seed associated with religion?

Jesus compared faith to a mustard seed. A small amount the size of a mustard seed can move mountains. Also, he used the mustard seed to illustrate how a small seed can create a large plant. Thus, it was used for the purpose of analogy in Christian teachings.

Are mustard seeds good luck?

Yes, they're considered one of the oldest good luck charms. Also,carry to protect against injury. They symbolize faith, followed bysuccess.

Is mustard seed monocot or dicot?

It is a dicot. Just moisten a piece of cloth and leave some mustard on it. It will grow pretty fast and you can see the two leaves coming out. it has two cotyledons and hence its a dicot!

What is the message of the mustard seed?

Mustard seed must be prepared before eating or else it is bitter to the taste. Thereby a fit (prepared) elite athlete will easily defeat an unfit non-athlete. Thereby a mountain can be moved by your word if in time quantum teleportation is (prepared) actual. Thereby a mountain can be moved by your (MORE)

Do you use mustard seeds or mustard powder to make pickles?

nooo... take a jar , make sure it is well cleaned. you will need the following: cucumbers salt vinegar water chopped garlic black grinned pepper place the chapped garlic and the pepper in the jar add in the cucumbers, in pot combine salt vinegar and water, stir untill all salt has dissolv (MORE)

What can you have mustard with?

Mustard can be added to many dishes in cooking or after cooking. It is also widely used on sandwiches of all types as a condiment. You can cook the greens from the mustard plant and eat them also.

How do you grind mustard seed to make dry mustard?

That's not an easy proposition for the kitchen. Mustard seed when it is crushed or ground heats up and imparts a bitter taste to the mustard flour. It needs to be kept cold during crushing to keep this from happening. You are much better off to buy the mustard flour than to try making it.

Do mustard seeds go bad?

If mustard seeds get wet or somehow become moist and remain moist for a certain amount of time, they can become moldy. Keep them in a dry, sealed container.

What makes a mustard a pub mustard?

What makes mustard a "pub mustard" is the fact that honey and possibly Irish whiskey is added to wholegrain mustard. Pub mustard can be used on sandwiches and can also be used in dips.

How do you use mustard seed for cooking?

Mustard seeds are widely used in international cuisines such as Indian, Pakistani, Mediterranean, German, and Bangladesh dishes. They can be used as whole seeds, in ground or in powdered form, as prepared pastes, sauces and oils. They are also used in pickling, and in seasonings and rubs.

Why mustard seeds are not digested?

Mustard seeds contain cellulose which cannot be broken down by the body. This is because the body does not produce enzymes that are in charge of breaking down the chemical structure of cellulose.

Is turmeric the same as ground mustard seeds?

No. Turmeric comes from the roots of the turmeric plant( Curcuma longa ), a plant in the ginger family. Mustardseeds are the, well, seeds of the mustard plant (one of a fewdifferent species in the genera Brassica or Sinapis , both of which are related to each other closely).Mustard plants are not (MORE)