John Polk wrote:Do you have a Trader Joe's near you?
They do some very good mustards without the need to put a 2nd mortgage on your house.
R Scott wrote:D) all of the above.
There is alchemy involved in much of French (or Italian) excellence. But mostly attention to every detail.
You can harvest seed yourself, all you really need is a garbage bag--cut the plant, put it in the bag, knock the seed off. You can cultivate your own from wild seed--taste a seed or two from a plant and only save the ones you like.
I don't know, but I bet there is a lacto-ferment going on somewhere along the way.
Ann Torrence wrote: You can't go wrong with tarragon if you have some.
Farmers know to never drive a tractor near a honey locust tree. But a tiny ad is okay:
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