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For extra texture and a pleasant crunch, reach for one of these mustards instead of your go-to Dijon or yellow mustard.
What You Need To Know
We love whole-grain mustard. It’s a welcome change of pace in sauces, it’s delicious on a sandwich, and it’s traditional in dishes such as German potato salad. Whereas many other styles of mustard are made by finely grinding the seeds to form a smooth condiment, whole-grain mustards contain seeds that are either whole or coarsely ground. The seeds add not only visual appeal but also...