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September 28, 2015

Eden Organic Brown Mustard

by Anne Paddock

Mustard is one of those foods that people tend to have strong opinions about. Just ask Malcolm Gladwell who wrote The Ketchup Conundrum in the September 6, 2004 issue of The New Yorker. In the article, Gladwell notes that while ketchup has basically stayed the same through the years, mustard has undergone a revolution of sorts and evolved into the most segmented condiment on the market.

Grocery store shelves offer dozens of varieties including yellow, dijon, spicy brown, whole grain, English, honey, hot, and the very popular stone ground, which is mustard produced by grounding mustard seeds with a stone mill, and adding other ingredients to make a coarse or smooth textured condiment.

Eden-Foods-Organic-Brown-Mustard-024182002126Most stone ground mustards sold in grocery stores contain sugar, corn syrup, and/or artificial flavors or colors which really isn’t necessary. Eden Organic Brown Mustard is the exception. Made with organic whole mustard seeds, organic apple cider vinegar, water, and sea salt, this mustard is smooth, full flavored and a tad spicy, which is just how I like my mustard. The overriding flavor is mustard and apple cider vinegar – two ingredients that naturally go together.

The 9 ounce jar sells for about $3 and can be purchased at,, and

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