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what are the different types of mustard

  • Mustard's subclasses are dijon mustard, Grey Poupon, mostarda, French's, Tewkesbury mustard, prepared mustard, Keen's, Stadium mustard, National Mustard Museum, Turun sinappi, Gulden's, Amora, Plochman's and yellow prepared mustard.
  • dijon mustard
    dijon mustard
    dijon mustard

    dijon mustard (mustard that originated in Dijon, and includes white wine)

  • Grey Poupon
    Grey Poupon
    Grey Poupon

    Grey Poupon, a brand of Dijon-style mustard originally owned and marketed in the U.S. by the Heublein Company and now owned and manufactured by Kraft Foods

  • mostarda
    mostarda
    mostarda

    Mostarda di frutta, the Italian condiment made of candied fruit and a mustard-flavoured syrup

  • French's
    French's
    French's

    French's, the American manufacturer of prepared mustard condiment

  • Keen's
    Keen's
    Keen's

    Keen's Mustard, a brand that has existed since 1742

  • Stadium mustard
    Stadium mustard
    Stadium mustard

    Stadium Mustard, the trademarked name of a brown mustard popular in Northern Ohio, particularly in Cleveland

  • National Mustard Museum
    National Mustard Museum
    National Mustard Museum

    The National Mustard Museum, the museum near U.S. 14 in the heart of downtown Middleton, Wisconsin

  • Gulden's
    Gulden's
    Gulden's

    Gulden's, a brand of American mustard, the third largest American manufacturer of mustard, after French's and Plochman's. It is owned by agricultural giant ConAgra

  • Tewkesbury mustard

    Tewkesbury Mustard, a blend of mustard flour and grated Horseradish root

  • prepared mustard

    prepared mustard, the food