Discussion in 'Training, Fitness and Health' started by Blue Hills, 16 Feb 2018.
I've just got used to this particular brand, and liked it. And when they used to turn up to the market it was nice buying it from the producers directly (well their employees). And you don't see big bottle of it in the supermarket. I've been buying it for the last 6 years and it's become much more common over that time.
Forgot... Lard for egg fried rice as well...
Well, mustard does have "bright yellow flowers (like commercially grown rape – it belongs to the same Cruciferae family)" and it is grown in the UK.
it might well have been - mustard is grown as a green manure.
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