How to Make Easy Homemade Fermented Mustard – 3 Tasty Recipes!
Homemade Fermented Mustard is so easy and inexpensive to make, and in this video, I show you how to make three tasty recipes:
- Basic yellow mustard
- Stone ground mustard
- Honey mustard
Lacto-fermented Mustards Rich in Probiotics
All of the varieties that I show you how to make in my video and printable recipe are lacto-fermented, making them rich in probiotics. These probiotics are great for good gut health, but that’s only the beginning. Use your imagination to come up with all different types of mustard blends.
You can use this easy homemade fermented mustard the same way you would use any mustard. It’s great on sandwiches, hot dogs, and corn dogs. You can also use your fermented mustard to make your favorite french vinaigrette recipe.
Homemade fermented mustards also make great gifts, and since they’re lacto-fermented, the probiotics are an added bonus!
Now that you know how to make fermented mustard, try making these other fermented condiments for your dinner or picnic table.
And while you’re enjoying a sandwich or a meal with your fermented condiments, add some crisp fermented pickles too!
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Easy Homemade Fermented Mustard – 3 Tasty Recipes
- 1 1/4 cup Ground yellow mustard powder
- 1/4 cup Mustard seeds
- 3 tablespoons Honey light tasting pourable honey
- 3 teaspoons Fine ground sea salt
- Filtered water chlorine free
- Use 1/2 cup mustard powder, 3 tbsp. whey, and 1 tsp. salt.
- Mix all the ingredients together, stir well, and thin to desired consistency with water.
Stone Ground Mustard
- Use 1/2 cup mustard powder, 1/4 cup mustard seeds, 6 tbsp. whey, and 1 1/2 tsp. salt.
- Crush mustard seeds in a plastic bag or grind slightly in an electric spice mill.
- Add to the other ingredients, mix well, and thin to desired consistency with water.
- Use 1/4 cup mustard powder, 3 tbsp. honey, 1 1/2 tbsp. whey, and 1/2 tsp. salt.
- Mix all the ingredients together, stir well, and thin to desired consistency with water, if necessary. (I generally find that Honey Mustard does not need any additional water.)
Fermentation Process for All Mustards
- Leave mustards in a warm place out of direct sunlight for approximately 2-3 days, then refrigerate.
- Mustards should stay fresh, refrigerated, for at least 6 months.
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Favorite Fermentation Supplies
- Half Gallon Canning Jars
- 4-Ounce Jelly Jars
- White Storage Lids
- pH Strips
- Masontops Complete Fermentation Kit (See promocode below.)
- Silicone Pickle Pipes
- Fermentation Glass Weights
- Wooden Pickle Packer
- Wooden Kraut Pounder
- Magic Whisk (Helps with whisking the mustards)
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