How Big Is A Mustard Tree ?  

A mustard tree is not a tree, but an evergreen shrub. Originally a native of Persia, these days, it grows luxuriantly in the sandy soils of Africa and Arabia. It is in fact seen throughout the Middle East. The shrub reaches a height of 20 feet and is extremely wide. The shape of the shrub is very irregular making it look interesting and unusual.More...

How Is Mustard Made ?

How Is Mustard Made ?

Mustard is prepared from two varieties of seeds, namely Brassica juncea (brown variety) and Sinapis alba (white variety). It is prepared by grinding and crushing the two seeds until a particular texture is obtained. It can be either left in powdered form or treated further by adding vinegar, wine etc.More...

 

 

What Are Chinese Mustard Greens ?

What Are Chinese Mustard Greens ?

Chinese mustard greens are used extensively in Chinese cuisine as well as Vietnamese cuisine. These plants are natives to the Himalayan regions and India. The seeds have been used for cooking several recipes and dishes for over 5000 years now!More...

 

 

Where Do Mustard Seeds Come From ?

Where Do Mustard Seeds Come From ?

Mustard seeds are obtained form plants belonging to Brassica family. There are different species of Brassica which produce different types of mustards. The pungency and strength of mustard odor depends on the type of species. These plants are extensively grown the world over. Even the leaves of mustard plants are used for culinary purposes.More...

 

 

Where Does Mustard Come From ?

Where Does Mustard Come From ?

Ever wondered where those tiny little seeds of mustard originate? Read on. Mustard does not signify a particle species or plant. A group of species belonging to two genera in the Plant Kingdom, namely Brassica and Sinapis, are responsible for producing different kinds of mustard seeds. More...

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