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Jun 23, 2006
Anyone making their own mustard? I have been making some and I have been pretty happy with the results except that I haven't quite gotten the vinegar background tang that I want. As far as price goes, it probably doesn't cost me much more than a buck to make a cup of mustard.

Here's what I have so far:
A cup of mustard seeds
1/4 cup dill seeds
soak overnight in 1 3/4 cups water and 1/4 cup vinegar.
I use mostly water at this point because it is my understanding that too much vinegar here would cut back on the heat (my mustard is usually around horseradish hot)

The next day, I throw that in the blender with 1/2 to a whole onion and blend it up. I bring it to the consistency I want by adding a little wine (white wine you can add more, but be conservative with the red) and somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 cup vinegar (the amount is determined by the consistency). If I want it to be yellower in color I'll throw in a little bit of turmeric.

My sister is diabetic (I have to share my mustard with her and some cousins), so I don't add any sugar beyond what is in the wine and the onion. I have been avoided adding salt, but I have been thinking that I should add some.
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