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The Romans most likely developed the prepared mustard we know today. They mixed unfermented grape juice, known as ‘must’ with ground seeds called sinapis to form mustum ardens, or burning ‘must’. There are many varieties of mustard, which vary in strength and flavour.
Mustard is most often used as a condiment on meat.
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Pack Size: 385ml; 500ml; 2lt