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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 05-06-2015, 07:13 PM   #1
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Poll - Got mustard?

Earlier today I took a pic of my fridge for this thread and started wondering how I managed to get so much mustard in my fridge - all of them open

2 yellow hot dog type
1 grey poupon dijon
1 maille old style
1 giant jar of plockmans brown
1 giant crock of pommery
1 beaver
1 ingerhoffer
1 rattlesnake mountain (local)

9 containers! Seems like overkill....


How many are cluttering up your fridge?

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Old 05-06-2015, 07:20 PM   #2
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Wow, that's a lot. I voted 2-3. I just looked, I've got regular French's yellow, Grey Poupon Dijon, and Inglehoffer stone ground.
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Old 05-06-2015, 07:41 PM   #3
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French's yellow, and Koops brown, though there may be a Hickory Farms Sweethot in there somewhere.

But 9, wow! My wife would think I was with that much mustard. I do have powdered mustard which I add to several sauces though. Does that count?

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Old 05-06-2015, 07:56 PM   #4
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I feel the need to defend / explain my collection...

The duplicate yellow is from camping with friend. Somehow the extra was left at my picnic table and I took it home.

Several of the others were brought to my house by guests who also brought some delicious item for a party or potluck and some mustard to go with. The mustard just got left behind.

The pommery, plockmans and inglehoffer are all mine own doing.

Sounds reasonable....
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Old 05-06-2015, 07:58 PM   #5
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I have 6 - no excuses - I bought them all.
Plus I have the Coleman's powdered and whole mustard seeds. So maybe that's 8.

Don't ask about vinegars!
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Old 05-06-2015, 08:02 PM   #6
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I'm not big on mustard. I really only like Grey Poupon Dijon, but I have some
Beaver brand sweet hot mustard because Sous Chef likes it.

I can't stand the yellow stuff at all.
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Old 05-06-2015, 09:00 PM   #7
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Not a big mustard fan. I have French's yellow, spicy brown and a container of Chinese take-out hot mustard. Colman's dry in the spice cabinet.
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Old 05-06-2015, 09:07 PM   #8
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Poll - Got mustard?

Plochman's yellow, Grey Poupon, and Boetje's (local). And a couple jars of mustard seed and a jar of mustard powder from Penzeys in the spice cabinet.

One can never have too many mustards, IMHO.
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I'm not big on mustard. I really only like Grey Poupon Dijon, but I have some
Beaver brand sweet hot mustard because Sous Chef likes it.

I can't stand the yellow stuff at all.
I agree with you on the yellow stuff. Stirling likes it, so we have some.

I have seedy and smooth Dijon from Maison Orphée, a Quebec company. It's organic. The ingredients are: Water, organic mustard seeds, organic apple cider vinegar, sea salt. No xanthum gum, no sulphur dioxide, like the Maille. The Grey Poupon looks like it only has ingredients that I find acceptable, but I seldom see it, well, I don't really look for it because I really like the one I buy.

We also have black and yellow mustard seeds and Keen's Mustard Powder.

I once bought a small, expensive jar of French mustard with shallots and herbs. I was really excited to taste it. What a let down. It was made with yellow (ballpark) mustard. That was when I decided that I really don't like ballpark mustard.
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I'm still looking for brown mustard.
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