Mustard (from the Latin mustum ardens, “burning must”) is a condiment prepared from the seeds of a plant of the Brassicaceae family, also called mustard. These seeds are small, about 1 mm in diameter, reduced to flour and mixed with verjuice. Old-fashioned mustard is made with seeds simply coarsely crushed after maceration. It is naturally less spicy than “fine” mustard.
Water, mustard seeds and teguments, cider vinegar, salt.