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mustard

 [mus´terd]
1. a plant of the genus Brassica.
2. the ripe seeds of Brassica alba (white mustard) and B. nigra (black mustard), whose oils have irritant, stimulant, and emetic properties.
3. resembling, or something resembling, mustard in one or more of its properties.
nitrogen mustard mechlorethamine.

mus·tard

(mŭs'tărd),
1. The dried ripe seeds of Brassica alba (white mustard) and B. nigra (black mustard) (family Cruciferae).
2. Synonym(s): mustard gas
[O.Fr. moustarde, fr. L. mustum, must]

mustard

(1) Black mustard, see there; Brassica nigra.  
(2) White mustard, see there; Sinapsis alba.

mus·tard

(mŭs'tărd)
1. A plant of the genus Brassica with pungent edible seeds.
2. A semisolid preparation of mustard seeds used as a condiment.
3. A material having the appearance or consistency of mustard (2).
[O.Fr. moustarde, fr. L. mustum, must]
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Over the decades, the size of supermarkets' mustard sections has grown with individual mustards, including ones that are certified organic.
? Our word mustard comes from the Middle English mustarde, meaning condiment; which in turn comes from the Old French mostarde.
The mustard is still made using a cold-grind technique that dates back to the Middle Ages; this ensures that the flavors remain and the natural taste isn't cooked off.
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Mustard seeds are an excellent source of selenium, a trace element that is also thought to have an anti-cancer effect.
Instead of mayo, mustard, or salad dressings, try a drizzle of oil and vinegar, or sprinkle on garlic powder, oregano, pepper, or a no-salt seasoning blend.
AAP Minister, Kapil Mishra, told M AIL T ODAY on Wednesday that the " harmful" mutated version was a " direct attack on Punjab's identity which is known for its lush yellow, mustard fields." He said the party would mobilise environmentalists, farmers' groups and consumer unions on GM Mustard's " hazardous effects." It is also planning unique protests and demonstrations in the Capital.
Mustard was due to be released at the end of the 2016 campaign, so limited-overs games against Warwickshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire were likely to be his final home games for a club he has served since making his debut in 2003.
Mustard plants come from several plant species (genera Brassica and Sinapis ).