Aktualisiert: 17. Aug.
Having Fermented Ketchup was not enough, so it was just a matter of time till we came up with Fermented Mustard.
The story with our Mustard was quite similar to the one about our Ketchup.
We were making this mustard for over two years already, as we were using it from time to time on our sandwiches.
It is just recently, that we started offering it also for retail.
Mustard is also very healthy on it's own, as it provides fiber, protein, few vitamins (like vitamin C and many of the B-complex vitamins), plus a range of minerals like potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium.
Organic Facts also lists those additional benefits:
So, here is how we make it.
It's actually a very simple process. So, we start with these main ingredients:
yellow mustard seeds, our Kombucha Vinegar, salt, turmeric, garlic and onion.
First, we make a pureed mixture of onions, garlic with Kombucha vinegar.
Then we add it to our mustard seeds.
Next come the unrefined Atlantic sea salt and turmeric.
And then we mix it up.
And the lid goes on. Now it's time for some microbe activities.
Within a day, mustard seeds swell up and take over the entire jar space.
After about a month or so, depending on the temperature, it's time to process our seeds into the yummy mustard.
For that we have to use some heavy machinery, as pictured below.
At this time, we puree the seeds roughly with an additional Kombucha vinegar, and we adjust the salt, if necessary.
Then, it's filling time.
And now our mustard is ready for retail.
Our mustard could be compared to so whole-grain mustards. It is mild, but with a bite.
Our mustard can be used exactly the same way, as any whole-grain mustard.
Just one way we use it:
we thoroughly enjoy this mustard with Tempeh, Fermented Ketchup and raw milk Emmentaler, on a Sourdough spelt bread, as a part of our breakfast.
Here's the label:
Ingredients: Yellow Mustard Seeds, Kombucha Vinegar, Unrefined Salt, Turmeric, Onions, and Garlic
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