The Allure & Benefit of Humble Mustard

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The Allure & Benefit of Humble Mustard
As a pomade in baked beans, to a condiment for smoked tuna or steak, in glazes for salads and many other uses, humble and ancient-seeming mustard is a righteous rival for some of the best and brightest offerings on the food dressing aisle.

Just for fun, we decided to compare A-1 Steak Sauce and standard mustard to see what a difference a few ingredients can make, and what it looks like to eat cleaner.  Though we could do without the distilled vinegar in most commercial brands of mustard, check out Eden’s Organic Brown Mustard – made with non-acidic apple cider vinegar – in our Products We Love! section.  See also the recipe for homemade mustard – sweet, spicy, or herb – in our Food section.

A-1 Steak Sauce Ingredients and Nutrition Facts:

Tomatoes Puree ( Water , Tomatoes Paste ) , Vinegar Distilled , Corn Syrup , Salt , Raisins Paste , Oranges Puree Crushed , Spices , Herbs , Garlic Dried , Onions Dried , Caramel Color , Potassium Sorbate , Xanthan Gum

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Mustard Ingredients and Nutrition Facts:

Organic Whole Mustard Seed, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Water, Eden Sea Salt

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