Why consume condiments from a grocery store that contain texturizers, stabilizers, preservatives and refined sweeteners? Why consume large amounts of high-fructose corn syrup when it is easy enough to make your own condiments?
Are we that busy or that careless about our family’s health?
At Home Farm Herbery we make beer mustard that is terrific and once in a while, just for variety we substitute some left over dry white wine, when there is some, for the beer. Whenever you want to experiment you can substitute salt for fish sauce or lemon or lime juice for the vinegar and for those who want sweeter beer mustard just double or even triple the amount of honey.
Here is our recipe for Home Farm Herbery European Beer Mustard
Makes about 1 & ½ cups
¾ cup of brown mustard seed
1/3 cup beer (brown ale, porter or stout)
½ cup white wine vinegar
2 gloves garlic minced or 1 teaspoon pure garlic powder
1 tablespoon fish sauce
1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup (make sure either one you use are pure with not additives)
In a bowl with a lid, stir all the ingredients together and set aside on your kitchen counter for a couple of days or in your refrigerator for a few days and simply forget about it for a time being.
When you are ready pour everything into a food processor and puree until smooth. You can use it immediately and any leftover will store in the refrigerator for the next several months.
We use this with Bratwurst & Sauerkraut
or we love it with healthy raw foods as a dip
How about making some as gifts?
Who can resist a cold glass of beer and homemade pretzels?
How about a good corned beef sandwich?
and last but not least Bratwurst and Sauerkraut
Happy and healthy eating begins when you just say NO to genetically altered foods.
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Posted by Arlene @ 03:55 PM CDT