Mustard, Brown

Current lot is gelatinous. Please follow sprouting instructions carefully.
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  • Description

    Spicy hot addition to sandwiches or salads.

    • Days to Sprout 3-6 days
    • Soak Time Do not soak
    • Yield 1 tbsp of dry seed yields approx. 3-4 cups of sprouts.
    • Storage Our seeds should sprout well for a year after you purchase them, if stored in a cool dry place. If you'd like to extend the germination life of your seeds, store them in the fridge. If you store your seeds in the freezer, they'll last even longer!
  • Nutritional Information

    A powerhouse of protein and a great source of vitamins A, B6, and C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc.

  • Did You Know

  • Best Sprouting Method

  • Sprouting Directions

  • Canada Organic
  • USDA Organic
  • Non-GMO

Review Snapshot

Average Customer Rating (based on 7 reviews)

Customers most agreed on the following:

  • Pros: The Flavor (4), The Appearance (2),
  • Best uses: In a Salad (5), As an Ingredient (2),
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle (5), DIY`er (2)

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  • By: sara Verified Buyer from victoria, BC CA on January 31, 2017
  • Pros: The Flavor
  • Cons: none
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

Nice seeds grow well.

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Brown Mustard - Slow to Germinate

  • By: Dennis Major Verified Buyer from Thorndale, ON CA on January 19, 2017
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: Slow to sprout - low germination rates - seeds tend to clump in sprouting jar.
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

These Brown Mustard seeds are very slow to germinate and relatively low germination rates. Don't know if this is their nature or whether they are old less viable seeds. I use mustard sprouts in combination with broccoli sprouts. Mustard when combined with Broccoli enhances its benefits so I'm thinking of grinding the seeds after a few days of soaking and rinsing to use as an additive to the broccoli sprouts. Oriental Mustard which I also purchased in comparison sprouted quickly and at high rates.

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Can't sprout in jars

  • By: Dawn Verified Buyer from Cranbrook, BC CA on March 25, 2016
  • Pros: The Flavor
  • Cons: Not that easy to sprout, they really retain the water.
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: DIY`er

I haven't been able to produce sprouts yet. I am on my second try. I was hoping to be able to try these seeds in jars along with my other ones, but I think that I am going to have to try the other method, clay pot. I can't comment on the flavour just yet.

8 of 12 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes | No

Best sprouting mustard I've ever had

  • By: Elaine Verified Buyer from Sooke, BC CA on December 28, 2018
  • Pros: The Appearance
  • Cons: not as spicy as the wasabi
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

Just to say I've tried the wasabi - which is very tasty and spicier but did not grow well for me. This mustard is not quite as tasty (to our way of thinking) but it does grow well. I'm sprinkling it on some other seeds after they have soaked (ie alfalfa and clover) with much success!

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Always great!

  • By: slick Verified Buyer from Ottawa, ON CA on February 22, 2018
  • Pros: The Flavor
  • Cons: none
  • Best uses: As an Ingredient
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

Ordered again and was great! I only wish they had yellow mustard also so I could vary the heat.

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Growing well

  • By: Shelly Verified Buyer from Halifax, CA on February 24, 2018
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

These are growing very well in hemp mats :)

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Winter Staple

  • By: Growgirl Verified Buyer from Edmonton, AB CA on November 24, 2017
  • Pros: The Flavor
  • Cons: No cons, but I prefer them cooked to raw.
  • Best uses: As an Ingredient
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I love these as short, sprouts with sprouted barley in a soup. They are a Winter staple for me.

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