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View Poll Results: Mustard review | how many jars in yer fridge?
No mustard in my fridge! 0 0%
1 container 3 11.11%
2 or 3 containers, a little mustard variety is a good thing 18 66.67%
4 - 10 mustard containers. They just keep showing up... 6 22.22%
11 - 25 mustard containers. Yup, I may have a problem. 0 0%
More than 25. Hi my name is ___ and I am a mustard junkie. 0 0%
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Old 05-08-2015, 07:14 AM   #21
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Dang, I should have voted 4-10, forgot about the black and yellow seeds.
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Old 05-08-2015, 11:48 AM   #22
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Dang, I should have voted 4-10, forgot about the black and yellow seeds.
I didn't count dry because it isn't in the fridge. If I count them then I change my answer from 3 to 6.
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Old 05-08-2015, 11:55 AM   #23
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I didn't count dry because it isn't in the fridge. If I count them then I change my answer from 3 to 6.
I also didn't count dry and frankly if I did it would put me up into the I have a problem category. I would have to add:

Colemans mustard powder ( 2 cans, although one is almost empty... )
Yellow seeds
black seeds

That would bring my total up to 13
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I didn't count dry or seeds either.
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Old 05-08-2015, 01:38 PM   #25
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I have seven mustards in the fridge, plus yellow dry ground and seeds in the cabinet. I threw out - and didn't count - a jar of Gulden's that said "best if used by XXX, 2007"

- yellow ballpark off-brand
- Grey Poupon Harvest Coarse Ground
- Horrock's Roasted Garlic (came in a Christmas gift basket)
- homemade jalapeno
- Spicy Brown
- Dijon
- Horseradish
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Old 05-10-2015, 08:47 AM   #26
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I have seven mustards in the fridge, plus yellow dry ground and seeds in the cabinet. I threw out - and didn't count - a jar of Gulden's that said "best if used by XXX, 2007"

- yellow ballpark off-brand
- Grey Poupon Harvest Coarse Ground
- Horrock's Roasted Garlic (came in a Christmas gift basket)
- homemade jalapeno
- Spicy Brown
- Dijon
- Horseradish
Wow, that jar must have had its own zip code before getting tossed! Darn pesky expiration dates.
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Old 05-10-2015, 09:01 AM   #27
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Wow, that jar must have had its own zip code before getting tossed! Darn pesky expiration dates.
I figured if we haven't finished it off by now, we're not going to Made room for a new one!
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Old 05-10-2015, 12:31 PM   #28
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We have

1 store brand yellow, usually use it in recipes, but that's it.

1 spicy brown Koop's

1 dry mustard in the cabinet, brand unknown, it was from Savory Spice Shop.

Rob is the mustard lover. He will pick up different flavors of brown or whole grain to take to work, he had some with bacon that he really liked.

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Old 05-10-2015, 07:15 PM   #29
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By its very nature, mustard has vinegar in it. A natural preservative. So how could it possibly go bad? No matter what date the manufacturer puts on it. That is just a ploy to sell you more.
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By its very nature, mustard has vinegar in it. A natural preservative. So how could it possibly go bad? No matter what date the manufacturer puts on it. That is just a ploy to sell you more.
Vinegar evaporates.
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