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    Question Mustard without vinegar?

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    is there such a mustard?

    i've building up courage to try some sardines, but i am one of those paleos that doesn't eat vinegar.

    i went to wf today and no luck. is it worth going to TJ or is it a wild goose chase?

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    There is ground mustard powder. That will likely be the only way.
    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

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    ^ That's what I thought of too when I read the subject line. You could either use the powder, or grind up some mustard seeds, and mix with oil to get a consistency you like. I can't imagine there would be one without vinegar in any store, but maybe I'm wrong.

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    I avoid mustard for the same reason. Vinegar just doesnt sit well with me. I've never seen any in the stores without it though. Oh well. Sardines rock either way;-)

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    Yes, it's a wild goose chase. I think the idea of making your own using mustard powder or Chinese mustard powder (very hot!) using just some water would be your best bet. You could also just coarsely grind some mustard seeds and sprinkle them on.

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    nourishing traditions has a vinegar free lacto fermented mustard recipe
    Adding minerals wherever I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmerjess View Post
    nourishing traditions has a vinegar free lacto fermented mustard recipe

    i think everyone should own this book. i ignore the grain and legume chapters though.

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