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Post by tGreenWay on 2019-11-18, 20:23

Turtleneck wrote:Cool mustard thread, bro.


Is that from the same people who gave us Cool Ranch?
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Post by Turtleneck on 2019-11-18, 20:37

LL Cool J?
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Post by tGreenWay on 2019-11-18, 21:06

Turtleneck wrote:LL Cool J?

Cool Jerk.
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Post by The Pantry on 2019-11-18, 22:31

Decided on Maille Old Style, whole grain.

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Post by DWags on 2019-11-19, 06:17

You can make some great salad dressings with mustard.
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Post by steveschneider on 2019-11-19, 07:59

And remember in the great words of Chico Marx ‘Mustard tastes no good without roast beef’.
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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2019-11-19, 08:04

Mustard based BBQ sauces are the tits.
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Post by NigelUno on 2020-05-07, 20:00

DWags wrote:You can make some great salad dressings with mustard.

This is true.
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Post by MSU addict on 2020-05-07, 20:23

My daughter is allergic to mustard (as she is with most seeds).  We are talking full blown anaphylaxis.  Our house is a mustard free zone.  It sucks.
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Post by The Pantry on 2020-05-07, 21:06

MSU addict wrote:My daughter is allergic to mustard (as she is with most seeds).  We are talking full blown anaphylaxis.  Our house is a mustard free zone.  It sucks.
That does suck. An allergy to ketchup would be much better.
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Post by Cameron on 2020-05-07, 21:12

The Pantry wrote:
MSU addict wrote:My daughter is allergic to mustard (as she is with most seeds).  We are talking full blown anaphylaxis.  Our house is a mustard free zone.  It sucks.
That does suck.  An allergy to ketchup would be much better.

An allergy to ketchup would probably mean an allergy to tomatoes, which would mean an allergy to pizza.
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Post by The Pantry on 2020-05-07, 21:35

Cameron wrote:
The Pantry wrote:
That does suck.  An allergy to ketchup would be much better.

An allergy to ketchup would probably mean an allergy to tomatoes, which would mean an allergy to pizza.
Don't pick nits. Fuck ketchup.
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Post by MSU addict on 2020-05-07, 21:44

The mustard allergy is a tough one, because it is in so many things and doesn't need to be disclosed (almost always just labeled as spices). Because it is so tough her allergist did a mustard challenge (giving the person some of the allergen). It was an epic failure as she had an anaphylactic reaction in the office and a later biphasic reaction.

FWIW, Ariana Grande is allergic to tomatoes.

I know this - all food allergies suck. Even if you hate the food.
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-05-07, 22:56

MSU addict wrote:The mustard allergy is a tough one, because it is in so many things and doesn't need to be disclosed (almost always just labeled as spices). Because it is so tough her allergist did a mustard challenge (giving the person some of the allergen). It was an epic failure as she had an anaphylactic reaction in the office and a later biphasic reaction.

FWIW, Ariana Grande is allergic to tomatoes.

I know this - all food allergies suck. Even if you hate the food.


I’d never heard of a mustard allergy before, let alone such a severe reaction. You probably know this, but when I just googled the topic for more info, I learned there’s a quick test available. No idea what it costs or how effective it is, but it’s something.

https://www.romerlabs.com/en/analytes/food-allergens/mustard-test-kits/
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Post by Nordic on 2020-05-07, 23:22

The Pantry wrote:
Cameron wrote:

An allergy to ketchup would probably mean an allergy to tomatoes, which would mean an allergy to pizza.
Don't pick nits. Fuck ketchup.

Mustard on cold meat. Ketchup on cooked meat. It's really simple.
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Post by The Pantry on 2020-05-07, 23:58

Nordic wrote:
The Pantry wrote:Don't pick nits. Fuck ketchup.

Mustard on cold meat. Ketchup on cooked meat. It's really simple.
Ketchup on hot french fries is fine. Ketchup mixed with a lot of horseradish for shrimp cocktail is fine.

Ketchup never belongs with cooked meat.
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Post by Cameron on 2020-05-07, 23:58

Nordic wrote:
The Pantry wrote:
Don't pick nits.  Fuck ketchup.

Mustard on cold meat. Ketchup on cooked meat. It's really simple.

I can't get behind that. Do not put ketchup on a brat. Certainly not to the exclusion of mustard.

The cold meat half of that guideline seems fine, I guess, the thought of ketchup on cold cuts makes me die inside.
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-05-08, 01:31

I will poopon your musturd.
Sorry, that might’ve been a little too tanfan.
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Post by AvgMSUJoe on 2020-05-08, 09:30

tGreenWay wrote:I will poopon your musturd.
Sorry, that might’ve been a little too tanfan.

You didn't mention your Jag or hot Canadian wife...
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-05-08, 11:24

AvgMSUJoe wrote:
tGreenWay wrote:I will poopon your musturd.
Sorry, that might’ve been a little too tanfan.

You didn't mention your Jag or hot Canadian wife...


Or her Range Rover. English Mustard - Page 2 1494614055
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Post by MSU addict on 2020-05-08, 12:00

tGreenWay wrote:
MSU addict wrote:The mustard allergy is a tough one, because it is in so many things and doesn't need to be disclosed (almost always just labeled as spices).  Because it is so tough her allergist did a mustard challenge (giving the person some of the allergen).  It was an epic failure as she had an anaphylactic reaction in the office and a later biphasic reaction.

FWIW, Ariana Grande is allergic to tomatoes.  

I know this - all food allergies suck.  Even if you hate the food.  


I’d never heard of a mustard allergy before, let alone such a severe reaction. You probably know this, but when I just googled the topic for more info, I learned there’s a quick test available. No idea what it costs or how effective it is, but it’s something.

https://www.romerlabs.com/en/analytes/food-allergens/mustard-test-kits/
I knew as soon as I started reading that website was not US based (it is based in Austria).  As it points out all of Europe, Canada and most other countries require mustard to be labeled as an allergen.  Not the US though.  The US only labels for 8 allergens.  They claim it is the top 8, and it may have been the top 8 in the 1930's when they started but it no longer is.  My daughters most severe allergy is sesame, which is certainly one of the 8 most common food allergies in the US and worldwide, but it is not labeled for in the US.  It is in every other country in the world, but the US is stuck almost 100 years in the past.

I do appreciate the heads up, but the reality is that my daughter has an allergist (two actually) and they test her antibodies by a blood draw.  She gets a number for each allergen from 0 to 100, the higher the number, potentially the worse it is.  Anything over 10 is considered serious.  Her sesame is the worst, and numbers in the 60's.  Her mustard number was in the teens and why her allergist decided to do a challenge - as I said it was an epic failure.  The weird thing about allergies is that no one can predict how the body will react to the allergen.  The numbers are a tool, and they help, but it is still a crap shoot.  She is allergic to most legumes and her numbers are fairly high, but tolerates them well and has never had an anaphylactic reaction to a legume, including peanuts.  She has never had a peanut but we are certain she has been has some exposure at day care and now in school.  Seeds on the other hand seem to be what she reacts to the most.  All of her anaphylactic reactions to date have been caused by seeds. And most seeds do not need to be labeled in the US. She once had an anaphylactic after eating a chicken nugget. My wife read the label and it seemed fine but the breading was "whole grain." Our subsequent investigation found that their "whole grain" included flaxseed which was of course not labled. Flaxseed is not a grain, it is a seed and is one of her higher numbers.
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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-08-01, 17:48

Today is national mustard day, so I grilled some chicken sausage and pulled out all my mustards. Which one of these do you think has the biggest kick?

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That Colman's mustard is hot. Like the opposite of brain freeze. It doesn't burn your tongue like Jalapeno. It ravages your sinuses.
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Post by kingstonlake on 2020-08-01, 18:01

Horseradish maybe?
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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-08-01, 18:10

kingstonlake wrote:Horseradish maybe?

The Colman's. I was beyond shocked.
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Post by The Pantry on 2020-08-01, 18:21

Floyd Robertson wrote:
kingstonlake wrote:Horseradish maybe?

The Colman's. I was beyond shocked.
Have used Colman's mustard powder for years but never the actual mustard. Is it like hot mustard you get at Chinese restaurants?
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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-08-01, 18:29

The Pantry wrote:
Floyd Robertson wrote:

The Colman's. I was beyond shocked.
Have used Colman's mustard powder for years but never the actual mustard. Is it like hot mustard you get at Chinese restaurants?

Exactly, tPantry! The Jalapeno mustard fries your tongue, the Colman's sends heat waves into your sinus cavities and broils your brain.
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Post by kingstonlake on 2020-08-01, 18:36

Floyd Robertson wrote:
The Pantry wrote:Have used Colman's mustard powder for years but never the actual mustard. Is it like hot mustard you get at Chinese restaurants?

Exactly, tPantry! The Jalapeno mustard fries your tongue, the Colman's sends heat waves into your sinus cavities and broils your brain.

That’s an empty oven in pantries case.....
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-08-01, 18:43

kingstonlake wrote:Horseradish maybe?



Speaking of horseradish, anyone ever tried it in chili? Great stuff.
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Post by The Pantry on 2020-08-01, 18:56

Floyd Robertson wrote:
The Pantry wrote:Have used Colman's mustard powder for years but never the actual mustard. Is it like hot mustard you get at Chinese restaurants?

Exactly, tPantry! The Jalapeno mustard fries your tongue, the Colman's sends heat waves into your sinus cavities and broils your brain.
So, it's like wasabi? Brief hot sensation, then goes away?
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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-08-01, 19:00

The Pantry wrote:
Floyd Robertson wrote:

Exactly, tPantry! The Jalapeno mustard fries your tongue, the Colman's sends heat waves into your sinus cavities and broils your brain.
So, it's like wasabi? Brief hot sensation, then goes away?

Sounds about right, although I haven't had wasabi since 1999.

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Post by The Pantry on 2020-08-01, 19:15

Floyd Robertson wrote:
The Pantry wrote:So, it's like wasabi? Brief hot sensation, then goes away?

Sounds about right, although I haven't had wasabi since 1999.

Wasabi and Chinese mustard are fascinating condiments. They hit you right in the sinus cavity for a couple seconds then, POOF, the perceived heat is gone.
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Post by steveschneider on 2020-08-01, 20:37

Meant to have some mustard tonight on my burger but I settled for the secret sauce.
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-08-01, 21:09

The Pantry wrote:
Floyd Robertson wrote:

Sounds about right, although I haven't had wasabi since 1999.

Wasabi and Chinese mustard are fascinating condiments. They hit you right in the sinus cavity for a couple seconds then, POOF, the perceived heat is gone.



I love it. For a few seconds, I can breathe free and clear in my nasal passages.
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