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What is in brown mustard that isn't in yellowmustard?

Asked by simone54 (7616points) May 29th, 2008
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ebenezer's avatar

brown mustard.

sndfreQ's avatar

I think it’s the husks of the mustard seed, which give it that texture and bold flavor. I dig that, especially the Grey Poupon version…yum.

DeezerQueue's avatar

Brown 25

WARNING If you have any common sense, you won’t click on that link, anyone around my age probably remembers movies from that time, Groove Tube, Kentucky Fried Movie.

sndfreQ's avatar

Sick mind you have! LOL reminded me of soylent green (RIP Charleton Heston)!

DeezerQueue's avatar

I warned you! I think that Soylent Green came out around the same time as Groove Tube, it must have been a twisted time in cinematic endeavors.

kevbo's avatar

@DQmfl, nice!

cooksalot's avatar

Brown Mustard Seeds.

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