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Mustard Flour Vs Mustard Seeds

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OK, I'm confused here,,,,,,,,,I have a bottle of honey mustard and the one ingredient that I don't know anything about is mustard flour. Is this a BAD ingredient? The other bottle says mustard seeds...........I know I could try and contact the company but I thought someone here would have a quick answer. Thanks

Pam

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OK, I'm confused here,,,,,,,,,I have a bottle of honey mustard and the one ingredient that I don't know anything about is mustard flour. Is this a BAD ingredient? The other bottle says mustard seeds...........I know I could try and contact the company but I thought someone here would have a quick answer. Thanks

Pam

'No problem ;) as long as no gluten is listed.


Lisa

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They are mustard seeds before they are ground up, and once ground to a powder, they become mustard flour. Don't let the word flour when attached to a specific grain source (except wheat) be a worry. Mustard flour, rice flour, potato flour, tapioca flour and many others are gluten free.


Peter

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They are mustard seeds before they are ground up, and once ground to a powder, they become mustard flour. Don't let the word flour when attached to a specific grain source (except wheat) be a worry. Mustard flour, rice flour, potato flour, tapioca flour and many others are gluten free.

Thank you also........I "kind of" thought remembering reading that mustard flour is ground up mustard seeds but the word flour did raise a red flag.

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