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English Herb Mustard

Mustard and horseradish are used to treat many ailments. These herbs improve circulation and aid liver and lung health. They also clear congested sinuses and can even help relieve constipation. Horseradish stimulates digestion, especially of the fatty foods with which it is traditionally eaten. 

Ingredients

2 tablespoons ground mustard 
2 tablespoons finely ground flour 
teaspoon ground turmeric
teaspoon ground ginger
teaspoon grated horseradish (optional - this is quite hot, so use with discretion)
cup apple cider vinegar 
cup warm water 
1 tablespoon honey 
Fresh lemon slice 

Directions

Mix the mustard, flour and spices together. 
In a separate bowl, mix the vinegar, water and honey together. 
Combine dry and wet ingredients in a pan. Bring to a boil, turn down heat and simmer for 2 minutes. 
While the mixture is still warm, pack it into clean jars, pushing out air spaces, and refrigerate. 
Keep mustard fresh by placing a slice of fresh lemon inside the jar, on top of the mustard. 
Replace the lemon with a fresh slice every few days. The consistency may be thinned with extra water or thickened with more flour.

Note: Water makes mustard hotter. If you want a very hot mustard, switch the amounts of vinegar and water: use cup water and cup vinegar. If you prefer a mellow version, use oil or mayonnaise instead of water. 

Note (2): Once made, mustard lasts for months. Keep it refrigerated. Its flavor does change as it ages. We recommend that you make this condiment at the last possible minute. Mustard connoisseurs say that mustards are best when they are not more than a few weeks old. 

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