Sams Choice Cuban Style Mustard

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If you like mustard, look for it in a Walmart Supercenter. Has a little spice to it, but is more about the unique flavor it adds to food. [Linked Image]
 
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Looks right up my alley, thanks! Kind of in the same theme, I found Hellmans Chipotle mayo at my Fairway once, and havent been able to find it since. If you can then try it out.
 

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Tried it. Didn't care for it. My favorite is just plain ole horseradish mustard, coarse ground.
 
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We forgo the store bought brands and make our own. Not only is it really simple, but way less expensive. I use a combination of brown and black mustard seeds, grind 'em up medium-coarse, and add ice cold water (never warm water-a good bite is achieved from cold water). Let it sit for a few minutes and then add the vinegar, salt and anything else (like honey or horseradish) that you want. For a home container about that size it probably costs 75 cents to make at home.
 
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Originally Posted by Bud
Tried it. Didn't care for it. My favorite is just plain ole horseradish mustard, coarse ground.
Couldn't agree more smile
 
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Looks good. Ill give it a shot. Thanks. Heres another one... Gator Swamp Swamp Mustard. Excellent stuff. Its very liquid. Nice, tangy flavor.
 
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Originally Posted by Fawteen
We forgo the store bought brands and make our own. Not only is it really simple, but way less expensive. I use a combination of brown and black mustard seeds, grind 'em up medium-coarse, and add ice cold water (never warm water-a good bite is achieved from cold water). Let it sit for a few minutes and then add the vinegar, salt and anything else (like honey or horseradish) that you want. For a home container about that size it probably costs 75 cents to make at home.
Do you have horseradish as a powder or you have the real deal in your garden? If yes, how big are the roots usually? Thank you
 
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