Red Mustard Seeds
Red Mustard Seeds  
The French have used mustard seeds as a spice since 800 AD, and it was amongst spices taken by the Spanish on explorations throughout the 1400s.  
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Fennel Seeds (Souff)
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Fenugreek Seeds (Methi)

Psyllium Husk (Bhusi)
Mustard Seeds
Red Mustard
Yellow Mustard (Sarsoo)
  Prepared mustard
  Other ingredients can be used to mix mustard, for example, sugar, honey, vinegar, wine, or milk. It is also possible to buy prepared mustard in many places.
  Whole seeds can be soaked in liquid before grinding to create whole grain mustard.
  Mustard oil can be extracted from mustard seeds. It is formed from mustard oil glucosides (glucosinolates) immediately after crushing. Different kinds of mustard give different mustard oils: black mustard gives a highly pungent mustard oil due to its content of sinigrin, while white mustard gives a much less pungent mustard oil due to its content of sinalbin.  
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